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...
Invigorate your exterior wood windows and doors with decorative wood stains from the biggest and best brands, including Osmo, Remmers, Blackfriar, and Flag, here at Rawlins Paints.
We provide many wood stain options that are cost effective, easy to use, and fast to apply and dry. Most of our wood stains are one coat and extremely weather resistant, with high UV protection. They help guard against mould and fungal attacks on your wood windows and doors, extending their life for many more years.
Apply wood stain on joinery such as wooden windows, window frames, shutters, doors, and car ports, to keep their natural look, tinting with a different colour, and protecting from the elements. Our wood stain products are compatible with almost every type of wood species such as oak, beech, Thermowood, pine, spruce, cedar, teak, and many more. Stain in 100's of colours, from natural shades to opaque woodstain colours, including anthracite grey exterior wood stain (RAL 7016) in Remmers Aqua MSL-45/sm Medium Build Stain UV+.
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)...
Osmo Opaque Gloss Wood Stain - the window and door finish that does not crack, peel, flake or blister!Ideal, professional coating for windows, doors and window shutters Especially suitable for all wood in indoor and outdoor areas, coating or recoating dimensionally stable elements Natural wood grain is hidden - extremely weather and UV...
Osmo One Coat Only HS Plus is ideal for the protection of all wood in outdoor areas: carports, timber cladding, balconies, fences, pergolas, garden furniture and summer houses. Well-suited for renewing old microporous finishes.Twice as much coverage through high oil content - saves time and money! Transparent, satin wood finish based on...
Remmers Aqua MSL-45/sm Medium Build Stain UV+ is a decorative, water-based medium-solid gel stain with very high UV protection for universal use on wood indoors and outdoors.Biocide-free topcoat on impregnated wood, e.g. garden furniture Clear UV+ can also be used as a sacrificial layer over pigmented variants to prevent the wood from...
Tikkurila Pinja Color Plus, a water-borne tintable semi-transparent wood stain. The binder of the product is an acrylate.Protects wood from moisture, thus reducing effectively cracking of wood. A perfect solution for wooden claddings and laminated logs in demanding environments Twice as long maintenance interval compared to conventional...
How do you stain an exterior wood door?
Preparation is key when applying wood stain to joinery such as doors; using the correct techniques and following manufacturer instructions will help ensure the best protection for the surface.
The surface must be clean and dry, and free from any contaminants that could interfere with the application of the stain. It must also be frost-free, with a low moisture content. Dirt, grease, and old coatings that aren't adhering must be removed, sanding the surface down to sound and bright wood. Treat loose knots and resin bleeds appropriately.
Apply the stain in the direction of the wood grain and in line with the application instructions for the product, allowing time for the first coat of stain to dry before applying a second coat, if required.
Some of our wood stains can be coated with other wood products for extra UV protection and against blue stain, rot and insects, ensuring your wood doors and other joinery are fully protected.
How do you stain an exterior window?
The preparation steps above also apply for wood windows and frames. You will want to cover the glass and use masking tape to prevent any stain from coming into contact with the window itself. Window fittings and furnishings such as locks should be removed, or at least masked over.
Once your doors, windows, and joinery are stained to your liking, you can apply a varnish over the top for extra protection against the elements and seasonal changes. Always test a trial spot first to ensure compatibility.