TEAK OIL<br><br>Our Teak Oil will keep your garden furniture looking great all year round. It replaces the oils lost in weathering. But you'll need to keep putting it on regularly for best protection - every 3 to 6 months. If you want an oil that lasts a little longer and dries faster, use our Hardwood Garden Furniture Oil.<br><br>PRODUCT DETAILS<br>Nourishes and protects<br>Long lasting natural colour<br>Water repellent<br>Rainproof in 6 hours<br><br>RONSEAL TEAK OIL<br>Our Teak Oil will make your garden furniture look good, and give it protection from the weather. Like all teak oils, it’ll last around 6 months and then you’ll need to do it again. If you want something that lasts a bit longer, use our Hardwood Garden Furniture Oil.<br><br>BEFORE YOU START<br>Make sure it’s a warm, dry day (above 10ºC) and that it’s not going to rain. The wood needs to be clean and bare, this’ll help the oil soak in. You’ll need to sand off any paint or stain. Even if your furniture is new, a light sand will get rid of any rough splinters. Put on a face mask so you don’t breathe in the dust. Then give it a quick wipe with white spirit to remove any dirt or grease.<br><br>USING YOUR TEAK OIL<br>First, give the tin a good shake. Pour plenty of oil onto your cloth. Check you’re happy with the colour, find a hidden area like the underside of the table and try it. Wipe the oil onto your furniture, make sure you rub it in well. Wait a couple of minutes, then wipe off any excess. To get the best protection use 3 coats, leaving 24 hours between coats. If you get any oil on yourself, wash it off with warm, soapy water.<br><br>For the best protection, you’ll probably need to recoat it every 6 months.<br><br>CLEANING UP<br>Wash out your cloth and any cleaning rags in warm, soapy water before throwing them away. Sometimes oiled rags can self ignite without a warning. A thorough wash is the best way to stop this. Don’t pour any left over oil down the drain or into watercourses. Your local authority may have special ways to get rid of unused products.<br><br>Usage Areas: All hardwood garden furniture (Teak, Oak, Mahogany etc). You can't use it on garden furniture that is painted or stained.<br>Application: With a dry, lint free cloth.<br>Coverage: This 1 litre tin is enough to cover a garden table and 4 chairs. That's around 6m2 with 3 coats.<br>Dry Time: It'll be rainproof in 1 hour and needs 4 hours between coats.