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Decking oil / preserver, 25l for £63.00 (£2.52 per litre) @ RyeOil / eBay
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Decking oil / preserver, 25l for £63.00 (£2.52 per litre) @ RyeOil / eBay

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Posted 13th Jun

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I have used this last year and just ordered this larger container to do my new shed and raised flower beds so finish is consistent..

Works out at £2.52 per litre.

Info below from link


Cedar Cladding Oil (Clear) - Otherwise known as Decking Oil.

Good solvency properties with high oxidation stability
To treat cedar cladding to extend its life and protect the colour
The product is a light tan colour which dry clear.
Excellent UV protection
No pealing, flaking or blistering
Dirt resistant
Help reduce algae and fungi attacking the wood
Will give a matt wet look' to the timber
Brush or spray application.
Coverage 50sq feet per litre

Cedar Cladding Oil / Decking Oil penetrates deeply into timber surfaces and, in a similar way to bark, attaches to the wood capillaries providing protection against extreme climate conditions. This product is designed for use on timbers like cedar, larch, pine and lots more. It is not suitable for timbers which contain lots of tannin's, such as oak. This oil is the ideal finish for cladding, doors, windows and other exterior joinery and decking that uses softwoods.

This treatment prolongs the life of the wood keeping the wood supple. If treated every 3-4 years will stop stopping cracking, splitting and discolouring. This product is a clear dry product so wont effect the original colour of the wood when used on new timber. If you are treating anything other then new timber just wet the timber with water, the shade the timber goes when wet the timber will go after application of our treatment.

Application of Cedar Cladding Oil
Please test this product on a small unseen area of timber before full application.You want to make sure you are happy with the finish.

One coat should do the job, however, it does depend on the porosity and age of the wood. Application can be hand bushed, sprayed or dipped. The oil treatment wont work if the wood has already been varnished or waxed. Cedar Cladding Oil can be used on pressure treated timber. If your sprayer isn't up to the job this treatment can be thinned with white spirit.

Rye Oil Ltd suggests that for best results reapplication should take place every 3-4 years
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Great price delivered.
Good price.
Even cheaper is old engine oil, which any garage will happily give you for free.
airbus33013/06/2020 09:12

Good price.Even cheaper is old engine oil, which any garage will happily …Good price.Even cheaper is old engine oil, which any garage will happily give you for free.


Was thinking of trying this. Can get gallons of the stuff. Does it smell? And does it not leave residue?
yes it does a bit on both counts, the smell dissipates after a few days, but the carbon deposits in the oil will cause a dark stain which is permanent, so only really a good option for old sheds on an allotment or some such. Got the info from a decorator, tried it and it works fine.
airbus33013/06/2020 09:31

yes it does a bit on both counts, the smell dissipates after a few days, …yes it does a bit on both counts, the smell dissipates after a few days, but the carbon deposits in the oil will cause a dark stain which is permanent, so only really a good option for old sheds on an allotment or some such. Got the info from a decorator, tried it and it works fine.


Decking is new, supposed to leave it 6 months before staining and that is next month. Might go for the real stuff instead.
God, don't use the engine oil on your decking! That would be horrific mess.
Will this stain the wood a certain colour?? Want to use it on a wooden climbing frame I built for my kids
How does this compare to ronseal or Cuprinol
dj2damnfunky13/06/2020 09:40

Will this stain the wood a certain colour?? Want to use it on a wooden …Will this stain the wood a certain colour?? Want to use it on a wooden climbing frame I built for my kids


No dries the same colour as wood just more a wet look matt finish....
ministrymason13/06/2020 09:55

How does this compare to ronseal or Cuprinol


Depends which product you are talking about. I have just coated 50 sq m of timber clad house in Cuprinol UV Guard Clear Deck Oil and highly recommend it. Currently £26/5L at B&M. Goes on really easily.
If you are doing sheds Cuprinol Ducks Back IMHO is better than Ronseal. Used both recently, the Cupr dries to a better finish.
ministrymason13/06/2020 09:55

How does this compare to ronseal or Cuprinol


I use to use ronseal and screwfix own brand, found them more watery than this stuff....this given a good coat takes day or so dry but when dry lasts well....
garryc198113/06/2020 09:27

Was thinking of trying this. Can get gallons of the stuff. Does it smell? …Was thinking of trying this. Can get gallons of the stuff. Does it smell? And does it not leave residue?


Just be weary it's illegal to do that (apparently, I haven't checked properly) and it leaves oily residue for a long while so don't plan to touch it, it only last for about a year.

OP deal is normal price but good for per/l, I've bought 2nd barrel already...
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 13th Jun
airbus33013/06/2020 10:04

Depends which product you are talking about. I have just coated 50 sq m of …Depends which product you are talking about. I have just coated 50 sq m of timber clad house in Cuprinol UV Guard Clear Deck Oil and highly recommend it. Currently £26/5L at B&M. Goes on really easily.If you are doing sheds Cuprinol Ducks Back IMHO is better than Ronseal. Used both recently, the Cupr dries to a better finish.


I have got brand new decking with needs doing
airbus33013/06/2020 09:12

Good price.Even cheaper is old engine oil, which any garage will happily …Good price.Even cheaper is old engine oil, which any garage will happily give you for free.


Even I wouldn't use it, not one for scares but has in past been linked to cancer etc. Up to yourselves what you do and I am sceptical about many things but just don't think it's worth it.
I guess it depends on how big your decking is vs. how much money you want to spend. The deal here is approx. half the price of the Cuprinol product, but you'd need to have a very large deck area to need 25L, 10L of Cupr covered 50sqm with two coats easily, so £52 to do the job, or the OP deal and have enough over for 2 recoats over the next decade. Pays yer money....
compadre13/06/2020 10:16

Even I wouldn't use it, not one for scares but has in past been linked to …Even I wouldn't use it, not one for scares but has in past been linked to cancer etc. Up to yourselves what you do and I am sceptical about many things but just don't think it's worth it.


Not picking a fight, but I did say for "old sheds on an allotment" rather on your decking!
I suspect if you add in all the fungicides and other chemistry in the propriety deck oils they would probably be pretty toxic anyway!
I got new decking so after 6 months I will cost as that’s what I heard you should do . Do you just paint this on with a brush ?. Might order now do I have stock
Just get composite decking and forget about it.
cmr2payne13/06/2020 10:28

I got new decking so after 6 months I will cost as that’s what I heard you …I got new decking so after 6 months I will cost as that’s what I heard you should do . Do you just paint this on with a brush ?. Might order now do I have stock


Yes I used a soft sweeping brush for decking, then a 4" shed/fence block brush for the vertical fence and sheds etc
Thanks OP personally I prefer to use Liberon Decking Oil Clear on my decking. I've found it to be the best for coverage and wear having tried others.
airbus33013/06/2020 09:12

Good price.Even cheaper is old engine oil, which any garage will happily …Good price.Even cheaper is old engine oil, which any garage will happily give you for free.


I've been using the 'No nonsense' decking oil from screwfix that i add new engine oil to at about 5 to 1 mix. New engine oil doesn't change the colour much and gave the decking and fences a natural wet look.
sparkykev13/06/2020 15:41

I've been using the 'No nonsense' decking oil from screwfix that i add new …I've been using the 'No nonsense' decking oil from screwfix that i add new engine oil to at about 5 to 1 mix. New engine oil doesn't change the colour much and gave the decking and fences a natural wet look.


You could have saved some effort and asked BP’s Deepwater Horizon to make a detour to your garden.
This can't be good for the soil & plants near the fences and decking.

Mind you, could keep stray cats and foxes away.
airbus33013/06/2020 10:04

Depends which product you are talking about. I have just coated 50 sq m of …Depends which product you are talking about. I have just coated 50 sq m of timber clad house in Cuprinol UV Guard Clear Deck Oil and highly recommend it. Currently £26/5L at B&M. Goes on really easily.If you are doing sheds Cuprinol Ducks Back IMHO is better than Ronseal. Used both recently, the Cupr dries to a better finish.


Used the same oil on our decking and sleepers, it’s great, leaves the wood it’s natural colour, a hint darker than untreated but looks great. As mentioned B&M best price but goes out of stock quick!
I never understood the idea of wood decking

Wood is good, for burning, not for British outdoors
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 14th Jun
TopTrump13/06/2020 15:49

You could have saved some effort and asked BP’s Deepwater Horizon to make a …You could have saved some effort and asked BP’s Deepwater Horizon to make a detour to your garden.This can't be good for the soil & plants near the fences and decking.Mind you, could keep stray cats and foxes away.


Do it on a dry fence and it soaks in, it was dry after a few hours. I wouldn't use neat oil that would sit on the surface for ever.
I bought this off eBay last year and used a few weeks ago... really good coverage, but it has got that oily smell to it. The smell does go after a few down pours. I thinking of mixing some eucalyptus oil in with it?? But it’s value for the money
Can anyone suggest the best preserver to use on a wooden garden table? Used the Ducks Back stuff but it just briefly colours it; it doesn't feed the (now cracking/splitting) wood at all despite being meticulously brushed into the wood. Most preservers say not for tables that will have food on....
I use Creocote (like the old Creosote) for fences, shed etc. Not so good for the environment than water / waxed based preservatives and only comes in dark or light but lasts a whole lot longer. The smell disappears after a few days. For other items where I want to maintain the natural wood finish e.g. seating, arches I use oil based products like this Decking oil. For items where you may have food on perhaps its best to use the wax they provide for keeping internal real wood (e.g. Oak) furniture tables, chairs, cabinets in top shape. I think it stops it drying out and cracking in our central heated houses. It may work outside to.
Edited by: "TiptreeJam" 16th Jun
Still the same price just ordered for my shed, should last me a lifetime
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