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RUST-OLEUM Watco A67141 Teak Oil Finish, Quart
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- Provides interior or exterior one-step protection for dense woods such as teak, rosewood and mahogany
- Protects wood from within and will not chip, peel or wear away
- Dries tack free in 8 hours and covers up to 170 sq ft
- Provides outstanding UV and moisture resistance, and great protection for marine use above the water line
- Creates a rich, warm glow of a hand-rubbed finish
- Watco Quart Teak Oil Finish
- Designed for hard or exotic woods
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Rust-Oleum Watco A67141 Teak Oil Finish, Quart
WATCO Teak Oil is specifically formulated for dense woods such as teak, rosewood or mahogany. WATCO Teak Oil penetrates deep into wood pores to create the rich, warm glow of a hand-rubbed finish. It takes less time to treat your wood with WATCO Teak Oil - simply brush or wipe on and wipe off. Please read product labels for additional directions and precautions before using
- Outstanding UV and moisture resistant finish
- Good for marine use above the water line
- Easy application and maintenance
- Can be applied by wiping, brushing or spraying
Watco Teak Oil Finish is specially formulated for indoor or outdoor use on dense woods, including teak, rosewood and mahogany. This product is great for marine use above the water line with its outstanding UV and moisture resistant finish. Easy application and maintenance; simply brush or wipe on and wipe off.
From the Manufacturer
Watco Quart Teak Oil Finish. Designed for hard or exotic woods. Provides one-step protection. Resistant to mildew, water and UV light. Will not crack, chip or peel. Has a natural hand-rubbed appearance. Members In OTC LADCO Can Purchase True Value #557-247 South Coast CARB Members Can Purchase True Value #776-254
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I could have lost my house or worse if I had left the garage that day. It really is dangerous. I am leaving this review to hopefully help someone else that may not be as fortunate or lucky as I was. The instructions tell you to put any used rags in a metal bucket of water, with an air tight lid, but I am sure very few people do that. The other solution is to lay or hang the rag flat and let it dry completely. Apparently it is the stacking or layering of the cloth that prevent the solvent from escaping into the air, and the trapped fumes can cause spontaneous combustion.
Make sure you follow the directions: Use outside!
Easy to use: best if you have a pressure washer, it will take off all old paint, stains, or oils. For older pieces I washed them down once, let then dry a day, then washed them down a second time, let them dry again. Then spread some old cardboard (save those big Amazon boxes and flatten them), put the bench on top, and spread the teak oil with a paintbrush (pour it into an old sour cream cup to make it easier). Wait a day to let it dry - be prepared, this first time you do this your furniture will be “thirsty” and suck up A LOT of oil: the 2-seater beach used almost the whole container in the first coat. Next day wipe of any excess and paint on a thin coat again. Let it dry a day, wipe off extra and voila - you are good to go for about 2 years. If you do this every year you need very little teak oil. Avoid using microfiber cloth for wiping.
With this treatment we have had our outdoor furniture for 12-24 years. This product is GREAT!