Ronseal One Coat Timbercare: Dark Oak 9 Litre £5.99 C+C @ Home Bargains
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Ronseal One Coat Timbercare: Dark Oak 9 Litre £5.99 C+C @ Home Bargains

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Found 29th Mar
Ronseal One Coat Timbercare: Dark Oak 9 Litre
9 Litre
Long lasting, fade resistant colours
Water repellent for all weather protection
Safe for use with plants and pets
One coat application
Water based
May be used over weathered Creosote and similar treatments
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Does anyone know if this would be suitable to use on decking? each year I use the Ronseal decking stain from home bargains @ £9 for 2.5 litres, couldnt this be just as effective at a fraction of the cost?
My sister used ronseal-country-oak-matt-shed-fence-stain-5l timber care on her decking last year and it came off over time so I would not recommend
The best treatment for any wood (outside) is to make sure it is clean (jet washed), dry.

To get dark brown colour, use Used Engine oil

To get natural wood grain colour, use cheap NEW engine oil.

This will preserve the wood for years and give a beautiful natural grain look which not only looks fab but also protects the wood from water, snow etc.

I covered my 20+ full size fences + big hammock + 6 seat big garden table and chairs with 5L new engine oil (cheap quality) and still got plenty left over.

So everything cost me under £15.

Thought I'll share with you.
jsg116336 m ago

The best treatment for any wood (outside) is to make sure it is clean (jet …The best treatment for any wood (outside) is to make sure it is clean (jet washed), dry.To get dark brown colour, use Used Engine oilTo get natural wood grain colour, use cheap NEW engine oil.This will preserve the wood for years and give a beautiful natural grain look which not only looks fab but also protects the wood from water, snow etc.I covered my 20+ full size fences + big hammock + 6 seat big garden table and chairs with 5L new engine oil (cheap quality) and still got plenty left over.So everything cost me under £15.Thought I'll share with you.



I Used Used oil dont Use Used brushes Using Used is hard Use Unused ones


Good Idea though never thought of that
This stuff is rubbish imo, I will only use Cuprinol Ducks Back now.
Edited by: "EMtart" 29th Mar
I bought this a few weeks ago from B&Q. It's good but it needs a few coats.
Keep slapping it on, you'll be replacing that timber in no time.
jsg11633 h, 28 m ago

The best treatment for any wood (outside) is to make sure it is clean (jet …The best treatment for any wood (outside) is to make sure it is clean (jet washed), dry.To get dark brown colour, use Used Engine oilTo get natural wood grain colour, use cheap NEW engine oil.This will preserve the wood for years and give a beautiful natural grain look which not only looks fab but also protects the wood from water, snow etc.I covered my 20+ full size fences + big hammock + 6 seat big garden table and chairs with 5L new engine oil (cheap quality) and still got plenty left over.So everything cost me under £15.Thought I'll share with you.


You do know used engine oil is carcenogenic, don't you?
Avoid. I painted a fence with it last year and it's already needing done again. Cuprinol all the way next time
HUKDude29th Mar

You do know used engine oil is carcenogenic, don't you?


It is like with anything else these days. By the way, I was talking about using it to preserve wood, not for anything else.
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