TheSealerStore TimberOil 1 Gallon

$35.99
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Wood Tux ColorsTheSealerStore TimberOil 
The Easiest Stain to Apply that we offer! 

Extremely easy to apply. Even first time users can expect perfect results. Absolutely will not overlap, run or leave drip marks. Dives deep to replenish old dry wood. Loaded with transoxide pigments providing much better coverage than other paraffinic stains. Ideal for annual maintenance coats. FREE SHIPPING on every 5 Gallon pail!

If you have ever worked with paraffinic based wood stains, TheSealerStore Brand Timber Oil will have a familiar ease of use. No matter what application method you choose, it is impossible to cause any lap marks or runs. Even Homeowners who have never worked with wood at all can achieve a beautiful finish their very first try with this easy to use product.

For those who have used other paraffinic based products in the past, the most striking difference with TheSealerStore Brand Timber Oil is quality. Boasting extremely high pigment content TheSealerStore Brand Timber Oil will not color shift or "fade out" like other products. TheSealerStore Brand Timber Oil is also loaded down with enough antifungal agents to knock out any existing mold and mildew spores and help prevent new growth for several years even in the most challenging environments.

Our anti-fungal package has been "jungle tested" and proven effective against over 250 known sources of mold and mildew.

What this means to you is greater protection from less product. In fact you can expect to use about 20% less product to achieve the same results you get from other brands. This may not mean much on a 12'x12' deck, but it will add up to thousands of dollars over the year for a contractor.

When you apply TheSealerStore Brand Timber Oil you will see the rich oils dive deep into the wood, replenishing it and occupying the voids that may otherwise trap moisture. Replenishing old dry wood will help to dramatically extend it's service life. Even old neglected wood siding will be rejuvenated by the deep conditioning oils.

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Friday, 05 May 2017

We use this on all our new decks.

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    The Sealer Store · 07/11/2017
    dbmitchell:
    Can you s email color chip on the Amaretto, getting ready to place order. Thank you.

    Hello,

    We do not have a color chip but we do offer a small sample bottle:
    https://www.opwdecks.com/wood-stain-samples.htm
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    David Mitchell · 07/10/2017
    Can you s email color chip on the Amaretto, getting ready to place order. Thank you.
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    The Sealer Store · 06/25/2017
    Db mitchell:
    I have a new deck going with timber oil, can you recommend two contrast colors, one for the decking, the other for bench seating and pergula. Can you send color choices. Thank you.

    The largest contrast would be between Western Cedar and Warm Honey Gold. You can try samples here:
    https://www.opwdecks.com/wood-stain-samples.htm
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    Db mitchell · 06/25/2017
    I have a new deck going with timber oil, can you recommend two contrast colors, one for the decking, the other for bench seating and pergula. Can you send color choices. Thank you.
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    The Sealer Store · 04/17/2016
    About two years. Little longer for the railings.
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    JC Cadieux · 04/17/2016
    What is the expected durability of the product on a deck and railings?

    Thanks in advance
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    The Sealer Store · 07/14/2015
    You should let the wood dry out for a couple of weeks then prep lightly with the Restore a Deck Kit.
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    Lindsay · 07/14/2015
    Hello,

    Could you tell me the best possible method to staining brand new cedar? We want to stain the material before it is installed and we'd like to order the timber oil stain. Do we need to first clean and prep the wood? If so, what do we need to do that? Thank you!
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    The Sealer Store · 05/22/2015
    We would spray on with a pump sprayer then lightly back brush the second coat.
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    Chad · 05/21/2015
    What application method do you recommend for the Timber Oil? I have a large barn to complete and have considered trying a pump sprayer or airless sprayer but want a good finish and will use a brush if that's what it takes. It will be applied to rough cut yellow pine.
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    The Sealer Store · 05/17/2015
    Look at the Brown Sugar color in the Timber Oil or TWP Pecan color.
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    Chad · 05/17/2015
    I have a barn covered with new rough cut yellow pine which has been treated with linseed oil. Which product would you recommend that will retain the current look of the wood or make it a light to medium brown color.
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    The Sealer Store · 08/27/2014
    Becky, there is not a deeper brown in the Timber Oil. Colors are on this page.
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    Becky Palen · 08/27/2014
    How/where can I see samples of the color options for the timber oil. I need a deeper brown without any orange, yellow or red undertones. Would that be the brown sugar? Thx!!
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    The Sealer Store · 07/01/2014
    You need to clean and brighten new wood for prep with the Restore A Deck Kit. Samples on this page: http://www.opwdecks.com/wood-stain-samples.htm
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    Larry DeYoung · 07/01/2014
    Do you have samples of timber oil brand? Also, do you recommend using a brightner on a new deck after waiting the required time for staining? As of now, some of the wood is dark and some light. How do we compensate so it doesn't look like a patchwork quilt?
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    The Sealer Store · 06/17/2014
    Wait a month and prep first with the Restore A Deck Kit. Warm Honey Gold is more popular than the Western Cedar.
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    Chris Fennell · 06/17/2014
    Just installed a western red cedar deck this week. how long should be left prior to using timberoil? and secondly. do people typically purchase the western cedar color o apply to cedar? I have some beautiful planks ranging from dark brown all the way to nearly white and would like to keep some of that contrast. Thanks!
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    The Sealer Store · 08/19/2013
    TimberOil does not have linseed oil in it.
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    Dale Marquis · 08/19/2013
    Does Timber OIl have LInseed in it? I just stripped Woodguard off our home and what a chore! It darkened over the years and I am looking to avoid this again. Looking for something that stays a lighter color.
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