WHITE MAINTENANCE OIL TOPCOAT
Weatherwood Stain’s WHITE MAINTENANCE OIL is a high quality, modified acrylic for the protection and maintenance of all raw, Weatherwood stained wood or hard-wax oiled indoor wood surfaces. Oil comes ready to apply with simple wipe on and wipe off application. Application Instructions [here]
White Maintenance Oil is used to maintain the original Weatherwood stained color on light colored woods, like maple, alder, ash, beech and birch. Or control its color by lightening darker stained woods.
USE: White Maintenance Oil is used to create the look of sun-kissed patina or lighten raw or Weatherwood stained wood.
- Commercial & Residential Use: Tough enough for the commercial world, but pretty enough for either. Minimal maintenance even in high traffic areas like restaurants and airports.
- Moisturizes & Integrates with Wood: Penetrates wood to protect from within. Wood is able to breathe, expand and contract as it was meant to. This helps the longevity of your wood project.
- Stain Resistant: WW Maintenance Oil finish is by definition wood that’s been saturated throughout with oils that make the wood relatively impermeable to foreign contaminants. WW Maintenance Oil is resistant to wine, beer, cola, coffee, tea, fruit juices, milk and water.
LONGEVITY: REAPPLY ANNUALLY or when product fades. Small scratches can be minimized or eliminated by buffing small quantity of stain.
OR you can SEAL the maintenance oil. Allow the Maintenance Oil to fully cure (24-48 hours) and apply a hard shell finish like our Weatherwood Varnish or Polyurethane overtop of it. Do not use Exterior Waterproofer overtop.
COVERAGE: 1 Quart = 400 sq. ft. | 1/2 Pint = 100 sq. ft. (coverage may be less on soft woods and depending on application method.)
WHITE WASHED LOOK: Looking for a beautiful white wash look, but you still want to see the grain? Consider WHITE OIL on raw wood, you will still maintain the wood's warmth and hard grain, but the soft wood will be white washed. This looks like a million bucks and is super easy to achieve.
Maintenance Oils can be used on RAW WOOD, as well: