Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain, a decorative, oil-based protective finish for all exterior use, available in 18 wood shades and tintable in RAL and NCS colours. The microporous, breathable finish allows the wood to breath and reduces the risk of swelling and shrinkage. Base and top coat in one finish - Fast drying - Natural wood grain remains...
Stain your exterior wood decking in 100's of colours from the biggest brands such as Osmo and Remmers. Provide waterproofing protection and reduce the risk of swelling and shrinkage on most wood types including oak, beech, ash, pine, cedar, teak, and even Thermowood. Easy to apply with excellent coverage, our decking stains are fast-drying so that you won't have to worry about forecasted wet weather.
Our collection of decking stains ensure you get full life from your wooden decking, whether at home or at pubs and bars, restaurants, etc, for many years to come. Reduce the threat of rot, which can be costly to treat and remedy, with decking stains that highlight the look of the wood grain for a more natural look.
Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain Effect, a decorative silver-metallic, oil-based protective finish for all wood in outdoor areas, including: Windows and window shutters (dimensionally stable elements) Doors - Carports - Timber cladding - Balconies - Fences - Pergolas Garden furniture - Summer houses (dimensionally unstable elements)...
Remmers Induline OW-815, a water-based agent with special UV absorbers and lignin stabilisers to protect the surfaces of external wood decks, garden furniture and wood facades. For building elements with little-to-no dimensional stability Drying time, worked over after 4 hours 10℃ to 25℃ working temperature 80-100ml per m2 application...
Is deck stain different than wood stain?
Yes - exterior wood stains contain chemicals to protect decking from fungal infections, mould, and more, which are unsafe to use on interior woods. As such, interior wood stains won't protect decking as much or for as long since they also lack the extra protection needed to prevent greying and damage from UV light.
Is it better to paint or stain decking? Is stain or decking oil better?
Decking stain, paint, oil, and varnish all achieve different results depending on your preference. Staining wood helps preserve it against fungal attack whilst changing its appearance with near-unlimited colours, helping you match other shades such as outdoor furniture, fencing, summerhouses, etc, without losing the natural look of the grain.
Decking paints cover wood in an opaque colour, whilst traditional decking oils nourish the wood from within and don't change the appearance much. Decking varnish provides a hardened protective layer across the surface of the decking.