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Reinvigorate your wooden decking with decking oil from the biggest brands such as Rubio Monocoat, Osmo, Solignum, and Flag. Choose from 100's of shades to recolour your decking, combined with weatherproofing and UV stability to help reduce waterlogging, swelling, and shrinkage. Our range of decking oils requiring minimal preparation and with excellent coverage rates, saving you money where it counts.

Why should you use decking oil instead of varnish or paint? Decking oil soaks into the wood and protects from within, protecting and nourishing the wood, and enhancing its natural beauty, especially with hardwoods. If you had decking installed because you like the look of wood, then oiling will only serve to enhance it.

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Rubio Monocoat Hybrid Wood Protector

Rubio Monocoat Hybrid Wood Protector is a genuine ‘monocoat’, suitable for colouring and protecting almost all exterior wood in one single layer. The easy application and maintenance make this oil an exceptionally user-friendly product, protecting wooden facades, patios, shutters, portals, garden furniture, pontoons, windows and doors, etc...

Price £74.52
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Osmo Decking-Oil

Osmo Decking-Oils meet the demands of wooden decking with a variety of colours and unsurpassed durability for all weather conditions. Protect and maintain timber, decking, garden furniture and privacy screens made of numerous coniferous and fine woods. Also suitable as a transparent colour treatment of Teak, Eucalyptus and other fine woods...

Price £19.25
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Osmo Anti-Slip Decking Oil

Osmo Anti-Slip Decking Oil, a clear slip-resistant top coat for exterior timber decking and stairs in outdoor areas already treated with coloured Osmo oils, for ribbed, grooved, and particularly for smooth decking surfaces. Natural wood character remains visible - Highly water and dirt resistant Active ingredients protect the coating...

Price £23.21
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Osmo Stone and Terracotta Oil

Osmo Stone and Terracotta Oil, for the clear impregnation of microporous natural stone with a polished, sanded or break surface and artificial stone in outdoor areas. Especially suited for paving and window sills made of granite as well as limestone and slate. Unique oil combination - protection against dirt and abrasion Highly water...

Price £21.01
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Solignum Timber Decking Oil

This product is temporarily unavailable; in the meatime, we can recommend Osmo Anti-Slip Decking Oil as a great alternative. Solignum Timber Decking Oil is a brush applied oil, which enhances and protects timber and provides water repellency. Coverage Calculator

Price £27.73
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Flag Boiled Linseed Oil

Flag Boiled Linseed Oil is a natural vegetable oil similar to raw linseed oil but with drying qualities. Used for feeding dry wood or for sealing unglazed terracotta tiles. For interior and exterior use on wood and unglazed terracotta tiles Semi-gloss finish Please Note: This product is made to order subject to an extended lead time of 10...

Price £7.12
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Flag Raw Linseed Oil

Flag Raw Linseed Oil is a natural vegetable oil for replenishing and nourishing dry wood. Traditionally used for oiling cricket bats and old beams. If enhanced drying qualities are required please see Flag Boiled Linseed Oil. For interior and exterior use on wood Used to penetrate and feed wood Also useful for softening putty and as a...

Price £4.71
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How often should you oil decking?

Traditional wood decking oils typically need refreshing every 6 to 12 months to maintain protection and their pleasing finish.

At Rawlins paints, we stock next-generation decking oils from Rubio Monocoat and Osmo that colour and nourish wood decking in one application. They leave a microporous, penetrating finish which does not crack, peel or flake, and will last much longer than traditional wood oils such as boiled or raw linseed oils.

Is it better to oil or paint decking?

Decking oils nourish the wood from within, replacing essential oils may have been lost from exposure to the elements. Our next-generation wood oils from Osmo and Rubio Monocoat also provide extreme weatherproofing and UV stability. Using a wood oil on decking preserves the natural look of the wood.

Paints are also very protective and a great choice for decking, however, you cover the wood grain and its natural beauty with opaque colours. So it depends on the finish you are looking for!

Does decking oil peel?

Providing you have prepared the surface correctly and applied the wood oil inline with the manufacturer's instructions (found on each products' respective data sheet), our next-generation wood decking oils will not crack, peel or flake.