cuprinol anti-slip decking stain - urban slate £11.99 @ Screwfix free c&c
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cuprinol anti-slip decking stain - urban slate £11.99 @ Screwfix free c&c

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Found 12th Apr 2016
ANTI SLIPPERY DECKING STAIN
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Damn! Paid £40 for 2 of these at wickes! Looks like in takin these back
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Other colours also available
Silver Birch
Black Ash
American Mahogany
Boston Teak
Hampshire Oak
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Thanks I'll have a look at the other colours as well, I've been waiting for a deal on decking stain for ages X)
Tin size ???
I've tried the aldi wood oil last year at 3.99 a tin for 1/2 litre.the only one I've used that's kept it's colour through a season and as a landscaper I've tried nearly all.very impressed.cuprinol is good.not tried this anti slip yet.good price
steve543

Tin size ???



2.5L
Thankyou. I have this on my decking. Perfect to freshen it up. Nearly half price i paid years ago.
Does everyone else end up having to repaint every year?
jsoap

Does everyone else end up having to repaint every year?



​I do
Good deal but the local stores only seem to have 1 in stock and there's no option to order more.
hot, thanks just ordered 3. seems you can now order more than 1
patrick_000

Good deal but the local stores only seem to have 1 in stock and there's … Good deal but the local stores only seem to have 1 in stock and there's no option to order more.


seems you can now order more
only one in stock in my local Screwfix
yeah great stuff, if your deck is always wet:
Make sure you wash your deck with soap and water, has to be clean.
Let your deck dry! (Use a towel, duh)
Send pics of your deck to all your friends so they can talk about your deck.

My decks now golden brown, even though its 70 years old! oO
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Good deal. I its that time of year again!
Great price
I have used this stuff on my decking and got a very nice finish.

I highly recommend using decking cleaner first though, otherwise you'll never get the best finish achievable. Use the proper decking rejuvenator as it works absolutely brilliantly and brings your decking up looking like new, even if it's years old and covered in moss!

Don't be tempted to stain your decking unless you can guarantee good weather! If water gets to this it'll all wash off or go really patchy.
Didn't see this post until now, but have grabbed 2 tins to freshen ours up and the wife wants the raised beds I made painting too.

Got the pressure washer patio cleaner at the ready with some cleaning solution, just hope we can get some more nice weather to dry it out and then a dry, but not so hot day to paint it. My neighbour painted his in boiling hot sunshine and it all blistered
Thank you
nabbers25

seems you can now order more


My local has only 1 tin in the shade I need with no option to order more....
my wife bought one and ordered another tin for collection
just have a quick question, hope someone can help. We have had some more decking built. the original decking I have has a lighter deck stain (done last year), and was planning on going over it with this. do you think this will be ok? as I don't want 2 decking areas having different colours.
should be ok if you prep the area first I would have thought
nabbers25

just have a quick question, hope someone can help. We have had some more … just have a quick question, hope someone can help. We have had some more decking built. the original decking I have has a lighter deck stain (done last year), and was planning on going over it with this. do you think this will be ok? as I don't want 2 decking areas having different colours.


Hi,
I cant comment directly on your setup. However, I have just applied this (I chose American Mahogany) to an existing deck, which had Ronseal stain (Country Oak - a relatively lighter shade as per your existing deck) applied two times previously in the last 4 years. The Ronseal had faded pretty badly. The Cuprinol has produced a wonderful finish. Lovely rich colour and sheen and genuinely anti-slip - quite transformative. I am hopeful this will last at least a couple of years, though all water based stains do fade/wear in my experience.

I did clean the deck with a firm brushing beforehand and also vacuumed it (with a Dyson!), prior to commencing with the Cuprinol, which removed all debris.

One observation - the Cuprinol does seem to get soaked in rapidly and seems quite some way thicker than previous stains (this should bode well for your wanting to get an even finish on both decks). Thus I found myself using a lot more stain than with the Ronseal previously (double I would say). Hopefully, that turns out to be a good thing and it certainly does not require more than one coat. This could be also due to my method of application, which is an applicator pad and roller, both mounted on an extendable pole, which makes for more rapid progress and saves getting on the hands and knees (and saves my back too)!

Hope this helps.
Brewer
How dark is country oak? which one is lightest colour as can't really see colours on my phone. thanks
loulou1981

How dark is country oak? which one is lightest colour as can't really … How dark is country oak? which one is lightest colour as can't really see colours on my phone. thanks


These are the colours available (pic taken in store):
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Obviously, Natural is the lightest (and available in 5L), followed by Golden Maple and Country Cedar.
milkonesugar

I've tried the aldi wood oil last year at 3.99 a tin for 1/2 litre.the … I've tried the aldi wood oil last year at 3.99 a tin for 1/2 litre.the only one I've used that's kept it's colour through a season and as a landscaper I've tried nearly all.very impressed.cuprinol is good.not tried this anti slip yet.good price


I always use decking oil over stain. Oil will soak in, where as stain will just peel over time.
Stock is a bit limited, thankfully got 2 of the 3 available in Manchester for Mahog colour, and it's on my way home, result.
This has expired now

It's gone back up to £23.99
Back on, thanks for posting
after a dark brown, which ones best to use?
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