Cuprinol powerpad decking oil or decking stain £2.99 at home bargains
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Cuprinol powerpad decking oil or decking stain £2.99 at home bargains

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Found 14th Apr 2013
£2.99 in store or 4 x 1l bottles for £11.99 online. Should be £21.99 aparantly. I haven't got a power pad but at this price ill try it with a brush!

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Original Poster

Cuprinol website says you can use a brush. Colour is natural oak on the oil. The stain was a darker colour.

Good price

The reviews on Amazon are not great for this product.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B0030G0GUA

One of my mates who fits decking is adamant that decking should never be stained or treated and should be left in the original state for best quality and longevity.

Original Poster

I was always told oiling is the best thing for decking. Your link isn't working but I just looked at the pad reviews which weren't good but no one said that the oil or stain wasn't any good.

This stuff was worse than useless for me! Bought 2 of the same colour / batch number and stained completely different colours!! (Cuprinol were sound about it and offered compensation and vouchers for ultra tough decking stain

Singy2002

One of my mates who fits decking is adamant that decking should never be … One of my mates who fits decking is adamant that decking should never be stained or treated and should be left in the original state for best quality and longevity.



he may have a point, I've had decking for at least 6 years and always used cuprinol decking oil.
(if I seen it @ £30 for 5 litres would snap it up)
even with 3 coats every year it looks good in the summer but the frost in winter always wins, it has to been done every year!

I know this post is over a week old but the offer is still on at home bargains. I bought 6 in natural oak coloured oil but it's more like fence n shed stain than decking oil! Gonna take the unopened bottles back.
I've used ronseal natural oak decking oil before which is a far better product.

Original Poster

Did anyone buy this and has spare bottles they want to sell? Or anyone seen the natural oak oil in their local? I didn't buy enough and my decking is half done. Tried 3 local stores no luck.
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