Barrettine Decking Oil All-In-One-Treatment gives excellent protection to pressure treated and preservative impregnated timber decking, available in clear and colours. This all in one product provides superb protection to decking boards, decking tiles and ballustrades.
Not only does it protect, it also stains and oils, eliminating the need to choose between a decking oil and a decking stain. Barrettine is renowned for its high performance woodcare range and we consider this decking oil to be superior to many other similar treatments.
It’s also ideal for use on summerhouses, fences and sheds allowing coordination or matching of shades. Clear is also an option for showing off wood’s natural colour. Once dry the decking oil is harmless to plants and pets. If your wood has not been preserved or pre-treated then we recommend priming with Barrettine Universal Preserver.
Re-apply in future years for ongoing protection and for maintaining fabulous looking decking, ballustrades, fences and outbuildings.
Decking Oil All in One Treatment Highlights:
- All in one treatment which oils, protects and stains.
- Built in UV protection helps prevent cracking and fading
- Natural wood grain remains visible due to the translucent finish
- Low odour formulation which will not harm pets or plants once dry
- Repels water to help prevent timber splitting
- Dry film preserver helping stop mould and fungi growth
Apply by brush or spray. Available in 5 colours and clear. The image below gives an approximation of the colours when applied to clean, bare/pale wood. As with most products like this, we recommend a test patch first.
Also available in a clear anti-slip finish.
For an alternative product, see Carbodeck Decking Oil.
Please note: The light oak colour has been renamed to amber light oak. The colour has remained the same, only the name has been changed.
Ensure wood to be treated is dry, free from dirt and repellent coatings such as paint or varnish (remove and sand down as required).
Recommend using a biocidal wash such as Knockout Decking and Patio Cleaner prior to treatment. Allow a minimum of 48 hours to dry.
The final colour finish can vary considerably due to the age, type & condition of the timber being treated. We always recommend carrying out a test area first in an inconspicuous area to make sure you are happy with the final dried colour.
Brush or spray in suitable conditions. (Make sure weather conditions are dry and still).
Coverage 1 coat up to 8 sq metres/litre of smooth timber and up to 5 sq metres on rough sawn timber, 2 coats recommended.
Drying times, normally 24-48 hours in ambient temperature. Apply second coat after 48 hours.
Clean equipment with Palatine Brush Cleaner or White Spirit.