Wood-Toned Deck & Siding Stain, Dark Natural, 1-Qt.
Qt, natural, wood, dark toned deck & siding stain, specially formulated with a unique blend of resin & oil to provide a superior, natural finish for bare wood, distinctive product not only sustains the natural beauty of exterior wood, also provides excellent wood penetrating protection against the sun & all damaging weather elements, water repellent, to keep moisture out & guard against wood warping & checking, easy to apply & requiring just 1 coat, 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.
- One coat
- 400-600 square feet per gallon
|Country of Origin||US|
|Manufacturer Name||CABOT/VALSPAR CORP|
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kare from Ipe was beautiful for a couple of weeks So I used this on the Ipe rail of our new deck and for whatever reason it did not last. I used the Honey Teak on the floor boards and front porch and they look great and are holding up well. I am not sure why this did not work well on the rail. I am going to redo and try using they timber oil natural.
Date published: 2020-07-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by SabNaps from Beautiful results but just doesn't last at all. I had my rooftop deck replaced in 2018 and was determined to protect it with oil wood. Purchased Cabot Australian Timber Oil and applied two coats. Absolutely stunning. In spring of 2019 I noticed the deck was looking spotty and the wood was absorbing water after a rainfall (not much water beading). I figured because it was a completely new deck the wood just needed to absorb more. Applied to more coats of the same Timber Oil (spring 2019). Spring 2020 and again the deck looks like it was treated 4 or 5 years ago. I was willing to pay more for the Cabot brand thinking it was worth the investment but that doesn't seem to be so. Will be researching and applying a diffrent brand in the next few weeks.
Date published: 2020-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by forjonny from It is a oil based penetrating stain! To the person that says that this is not a stain and that it is a paint. I have been using the pacific redwood 3000 series for years. It will not clean up with water. It is oily and the cleanup I have to use is paint thinner not water. It says it on the can as well. For those that see that it is wearing off after a year like the person that sent his photos. Well, that was the first year on fresh cedar. Did you stir it? You have to stir it evertime you use it so the pigment comes up into the top of the product. The first year on fresh wood, well it soaks in dude. Try the second year, use a nice brush and you will see that it soaks in less because there is product in the wood from the first time on fresh wood. The second coat coat goes on easier. I do my deck every two years and boy does a gallon go a longer way on the next coat. I just spent 6 hours putting on the cabot on my deck and I still have a half a can. Anyhow these so called experts and their comments drives me up a wall. I also make hiking sticks and know oil stains from oil penetrating stains. Painting will dry in the summer at my house in California in an hour. My Cabot stain in the shade is still tacky after 36 hours sometimes. I live in a dry climate up in the mountains. Anyhow I like the stuff and it is nice to open a new can and use it on my deck and railings. I don't know if I would use something else. I don't know what could go over this stuff unless I let it sit for maybe 3 years and then use another penetrating oil.
Date published: 2020-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by McGregor from We enjoyed it I have used this product with Cedar 3002 since around 2007. I have used it for two fence projects and one deck project. I find the stain lasts longer on the fence boards (vertical) than it did with the deck boards (horizontal). I live in Canada and I am always willing to cross the US border to get the oil based product in Michigan 'cause in Canada it's a water based product and it's horrible if it's water based.
Date published: 2020-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greg51 from Beautiful finish! I used this on all of my railings and bottom deck. It's absolutely beautiful on cedar.
Date published: 2019-08-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Coatings Pro from Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, to me! I have applied the 19200 series for two years running, and here we are at the start of year 3 and my deck has failed for the 3rd time. Last year, I power washed, cleaned with deck wash, power washed as a rinse and allowed to fully dry for 3 days prior to applying the stain. Looked beautiful when I was finished!! But, beware the beauty vanished after one season. Peeling, flaking, fading. All the horizontal surfaces failed. Perhaps Cabots sales and marketing department is supported by repeat buyers. We'll, I'm off the hamster wheel. Caveat emptor!
Date published: 2018-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by EBoh66 from Log Cabin and deck look great years later I bought the Honey Teak in the Australian Timber Oil and it penetrated well into the logs. It is now 3 years later and it still looks fabulous. We did the brown treat deck as well in the same product. It has been 1.5 years and again it looks fabulous! The clean up with an oil is more difficult but it is with any oil based product. Buying Cabot in a solid for my home deck today and have no fears it will be the right product.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by GW51 from 3000 Series: Peeling after one season Applied this product to a new cedar deck last season, and now less than 8 months later, its peeling. Prep included light pressure washing, and was allowed to dry for about one week prior to applying with stain pad.
Date published: 2017-03-18
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