Designed for the treatment and care of exterior wooden furniture, doors, decking, windows etc. contains UV filters which will slow down the greying process.
Timberex Timberguard is designed for the treatment and care of exterior wooden furniture, doors, decking, windows etc. Timberex Timberguard can be used on most wood species and contains UV filters which will slow down the greying process and keep the wood looking fresh.
Features & Benefits
- Deep-penetrating, hardening natural oil
- Labour-efficient, easy and rapid maintenance
- Surface-dry after 8 - 12 hours, thoroughly hardened and water-resistant after few days
- VOC 2010-Compliant and EN71-3 Certified (Food- and Toy-Safe)
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
- 8-12m² per litre
- Touch Dry
- 12-18 hours
|Robin Cantrell on 2019-09-09 14:28:46|| |
Have new hand hewn beams, and carved posts made of hemp fir or doug fir. Want to be able to recoat each year. Is this a penetrating oil that will protect the wood from rot, uv rays, and mildew? Will I be able to recoat without striping each year. Thanks so much.
Timberex Timberguard is designed for the treatment and care of exterior wood and it contains UV filters which will slow down the greying process and keep the wood looking fresh. It is a deep-penetrating, hardening natural oil that allows easy and rapid maintenance when required.
Download the TDS (Technical Data Sheet) from the 'Attachments' tab on the product page for full details on application and maintenance.
|Mark on 2018-02-10 10:41:33|| |
I want to stain an old church pew and then leave it outside for summer. I’ve stripped the varnish from it and it’s a bland, grey colour. My instinct is to “feed” it and to give it some colour. Normally I would wax the wood. If I do this will your product “take” and afford some protection and, ideally, make it water resistant ? Thanks in advance
Timberex Timberguard is intended to be applied to the bare, prepared wood. No other products are to be applied before or after the applicaiton of Timberex Timberguard. Download the 'TDS' (Technical Data Sheet) from the link above to see full details for application.