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    Owatrol Textrol Golden Oak ISSN: 3297970809048

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    Deep Penetrating, Non-Peel Oil Finish For Exterior Woods / Golden Oak  

    Textrol Golden Oak is just a little darker than the Textrol Clear 
    Textrol Clear resembles water on wood. Textrol Golden Oak is the most popular treatment for Cedar and because it contains some pigment it lasts longer than the Textrol Clear.
      

    Penetrating oil finish / decking oil for weathered wood which protects against moisture and UV damage

    • Developed for weathered wood  
    • Penetrates and protects from within the wood  
    • Non film forming – will not crack, peel or flake  
       
    • Properties  
    • Use on horizontal and vertical surfaces.    
    • Excellent penetration- Textrol goes into the wood not on the surface.  
    • Non-film forming – will not crack, peel or flake.  
    • Protects against moisture and UV damage.  
    • Quick and easy to apply – “wet on wet” application.  
    • Provides mildew resistance.  
    • Easy maintenance – no stripping or sanding.


    Destination  

    • Soft or hardwoods: Cedar, Larch, Pine (pressure treated or not), Ash, Oak …  
    • Can be applied to both horizontal surfaces (decks, walkways) and vertical surfaces (cladding, shingles, fences) and other exterior wood structures  
    • Do not use on new wood – use Seasonite instead.


    Application  

    • Apply an application of Textrol and allow it to penetrate for 15-30 minutes.  
    • Apply a second application and allow it to penetrate for 15-30 minutes.  
    • Repeat this procedure until the wood is saturated i.e. will accept no more oil.  
    • Do not allow Textrol to become touch dry or dry between coats (apply “wet on wet”).  
    • Once the timber is saturated, always brush out or wipe up any excess product that has not penetrated to avoid shiny spots.  
    • The appearance of Textrol Golden Oak gradually lightens over time due to exposure to the sun and UV rays. When the wood has lightened to a light grey colour, it is time for a maintenance top up coat.  
    • Refer to the packaging for maintenance procedure. 

    Multicoat coverage : 5 m²/l   

    Coverage rate for maintenance : 10 to 12 m²/l  

    Application tools : stiff bristle - brush - paint roller, airless spray   

    Application temperature : 5°C to +35°C    

    Working time : 24 to 48 h.     

    Clean-up : White-Spirit 

    Textrol may cost a bit more than other commonly available wood oils, but there are good reasons for that and you get what you pay for!

    Choose Textrol if you want to save yourself hard work, regular repeated applications and of course.. money.

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    "Nothing else will do me"

    By Shane Brennan Home Owner, Textrol

    “I used the Net-trol and Textrol on my deck and garden furniture. I was absolutely delighted with the results. In particular on the garden furniture, it wasn't just an improvement - but anyone that saw the results asked me if we had bought new furniture. I don't think I would have tried the products had it not been for the exceptional, expert and patient advice that Brendan Igoe gave me over the phone. From product selection, application advice, even colour choice etc - Brendan was a gem and his help very much appreciated.”

    By Eamonn Sinnott Home Owner Meath, Textrol

    "I've used virtually all oils on the market and now I would nothing except textrol" 

    By D Mulrenan Home Owner, Textrol

    "I like the textrol and the good advice that goes with it"

    By Peter McFadden Home Owner, Textrol

    "I need more Textrol Golden Oak now. I live in a very exposed part of Donegal and applied Textrol 5 years ago to my decking and it has stood up amazingly well to the elements including two very cold winters. It is a great product, no doubt about it." 

    By G McGonnigle Home Owner, Textrol

    "You asked how I got on with the Textrol? I used on the decking all around my mobile home in wexford after stripping off the mess that was there before by using the Prepdeck. The textrol looks superb and several neighbours have since used it when they saw how mine turned out"

    By Michael Farrell Holiday Mobile Home Deck, Textrol

    We found the Cleaner very efficient, it brought the cedar shingle roof back to life and the textrol finishing oil gave it back it’s depth & protection. The overall result was very impressive. Both products were easy to use & clear instructions were given. We would certainly use them again." Kind Regards

    By Julie Rogers Cedar Shingles, Textrol

    "Well worth the bit extra I'd say"

    By Pat Doody Home Owner, Textrol

    "Five years ago I contacted your co about my 80 sq yards wooden deck and even though I treated every year with xxxxxxxxxxxx, it was a total mess with the previous decking oil peeling off all over the place and clogging in the grooves.At the time Igoe recommended that I strip off all the remaining decking  oil with prepdeck and give it a good wash then with net-trol and later we applied two good coats of textrol. We did that and the deck has looked first class ever since with no peeling anywhere even through two extremely harsh winters the like of which I never saw before. I am now freshening it up with another coat of textrol to keep it looking good before it might start to deteriorate. I wouldn't use anything else now, because, even though its a bit more expensive than the others, I still saved the cost of four applications and more to the point, textrol saved me a lot of hard work."

    By E McLoughlin Large Deck Donegal, Textrol

    "Although its a bit more costly that the rest, its worth it because I don't have to do the job of oiling so often"

    By S Capps Home Owner, Textrol

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