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Teak Oil


Our Teak Oil protects your garden furniture all year around while emphasising its natural colour. Teak Oil replaces the natural oils that are lost through weathering and prevents your wood from splitting and warping.

  • Deep penetration for lasting protection
  • Easy to apply
  • Dries with a matt finish
  • Suitable for a range of garden furniture
  • Restores old wood so it looks good as new
  • Water repellent and rainproof in six hours
  • Water repellent
  • Rainproof in 6 hours
  • Restores old wood back to new

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Use for the following wood types
  • Smooth planed wood
    Smooth planed wood

All hardwood garden furniture (Teak, Oak, Mahogany etc). You can't use it on garden furniture that is painted or stained.

1 colour available including:


How do I use it?

Number of coats

Three coats


Up to 10m2 per litre


Brush or cloth

What to use it on?

Exterior smooth planed garden furniture

How to use Teak Oil

Before you start

Teak Oil is best applied on a warm and dry day. Make sure the temperature is above 10ºC and there’s no rain forecast.


  1. If the wood you want to oil has already been painted or stained, you will need to remove the coating. Use a furniture stripper to remove the surface coatings so you have a clean, smooth surface to work with.
  2. Remove mould or algae with a suitable cleaner and harden or remove wet rot.

New timber just needs to be wiped down with white spirit to remove dust, dirt and grease.


  1. Give the tin a thorough shake to ensure the consistency is smooth.
  2. Pour plenty of oil onto your cloth and test the colour on a hidden patch.
  3. If you’re happy with the colour, wipe the oil onto your furniture and rub it in well.
  4. Wait a couple of minutes and then wipe away any excess with a clean cloth.
  5. Wait 24 hours for the first coat to dry.
  6. For the best results, apply three coats waiting 24 hours between each.



To keep your garden furniture looking good as new and to protect the finish, regularly clean the furniture.

Tough marks may require a specialist wood cleaner.

Always clean your oily cloths in warm soapy water before throwing them away. Oiled rags can sometimes self-ignite so dispose of them responsibly.


If there are any stains, scuffs or damage that can’t be cleaned, lightly sand the affected area and apply a light coat of Teak Oil to remove the mark,

Technical Specifications

Usage Exterior smooth planed garden furniture
Coverage Up to 10m2 per litre
Dry time Six hours
Re- Coat time 24 hours
Number of coats Three
Colours Clear
Finish Natural non-glossy finish
Durability Restores natural oils and protects from rain and sunshine
Application Brush or cloth
Base Oil
Sizes 0.5L, 1L
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