Australian Timber Oil, Honey Teak, 1-Qt.
Qt, honey teak, australian timber oil, precise blend of superb grade linseed oil for maximum penetration, long oil alkyds for durability & pure tung oil for color depth & water repellency, delivers 3 way oil protection, complex translucent iron oxide pigments are added to ensure a lasting uv absorbing surface, rich with color & dimension, item may be voc restricted in certain areas, please refer to the restricted items report on mol for a list of items that are restricted in your area.
|Country of Origin||US|
|Manufacturer Name||CABOT/VALSPAR CORP|
Rated 1 out of 5 by GaryTR6 from Worst Exterior Finish The timber Oil was placed over sanded Tigerwood exterior siding. It looked beautiful for about 3 weeks and then it started to fade. By 2 months it was gone, fully absorbed or deteriorated and no longer protecting my wood siding. Mine was applied by a professional.
Date published: 2021-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by tmichael from Great Product - Very Satisfied Results New deck built, with high quality pine for framing, western redwood posts, cedar for the flooring. I used Australian Timber Oil, and couldn't believe how easily it went on. We all know that no two pieces of lumber are the same. So I expected some deviations on how the wood would take the stain. I am old fashion so I used a good brush, waited two weeks, buffed the treated wood with steel wool, and applied a second coat. It looks like a million bucks. I would highly recommend this product. By the way, I'm near San Antonio with lots of sun and 100 plus degree days.
Date published: 2020-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by DownUnderinPA from Color, Finish, Stains are not what I was expecting Bought this weekend to apply to a new deck installed late spring. Used a pad applicator for the first coat and every single spot I lifted the applicator left a dark mark, and other dark sections. Some sections barely took any color and stayed light. The Honey Teak is about 10 shades darker than the sample on pine. The finish is almost a like a urethane you would see on a wooden bartop from the 80's. Upon applying a second coat, there were areas the stain wasn't able to soak in and let what looks like droplets. It's absolutely horrible. Bob Vila's site promoted this as the best option for a new deck and I couldn't be any more disappointed.
Date published: 2020-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Horse gal from Horse stalls I’m pleased so far with how the Australian timber oil is going on. The wood is southern yellow pine and I’m hoping it will stand up to occasional scrubbing once horse manure and dirt accumulate. I’ve read on other sites that I should apply more than one coat, but time, energy and money will limit to one. I’m VERY disappointed with the Cabot brush I bought as it literally fell apart after one use.
Date published: 2020-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mac_ from Terrible for furniture My local paint store recommended this to me as a top notch 1-coat alternative to spar urethane for some pine chairs I wanted to seal. Aside from the fact that this product was a stain, not a clear topcoat (the store’s fault), I thought I would roll with it and see what happens. I used the natural color, and by the time I finished the bottom of a chair and turned it over, big brown drips had accumulated on the top side that I could not blend out, sand out, or correct. The overall look of the finished chair is terrible now, with lap marks all over and very irregular/inconsistent color on the end grain. I hope the store will let me return. 2nd bad experience with Cabot, I dont think there will be a third. Now I have about six hours of work into a chair that I can’t sell and don’t want to keep. Frustrated!
Date published: 2020-08-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by Windguy from Very disappointing! Redwood partial heart/sapwood. Two coats. All of it cured indoors for six to eight months before being installed outside. Application is a greenhouse. It hasn't spent one full season in the elements (finished September 15, 2019) and it looks like bare wood. Notes. Wood was seasoned three to five years. Planed in house, then sanded to remove oxidation and machining glaze. First coated added and cured minimum three months indoors (stickers). Second coat added after very light sanding. Pacific Northwest, two miles from the ocean at 1000' ASL. Windy and wet winter. I have two + years on some furniture pieces with Cabot Gold that are still near perfect but showing signs, I will probably have to recoat in fourth year. I wish I would have used Gold on the greenhouse. I wrote Cabot, not a peep.
Date published: 2020-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Keim from Meets my expectations. Nice color, goes on easy with brush. Cedar absorbed it well and even.
Date published: 2020-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by JM12 from Great product This is a very nice stain - I use the clear on my mahogany porch and it's beautiful. Needs to be touched up every couple years but I think that's typical. For anyone complaining about it not working with a roller, etc. . . . you typically never apply stain with a roller. That is a user error, not a product defect.
Date published: 2020-06-11
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