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4 Tips for Renovating Wooden Surfaces of the Garden

There’s so much to love about wooden surfaces in your garden. They’re easy to maintain, they look beautiful, and they’re great for the environment. But the thing is, they do wear down over time. That’s why knowing how to renovate wood surfaces is absolutely essential if you want to keep them looking nice and new!

1. Wooden Furniture:

Wooden garden furniture is beautiful, but it can also be a nightmare to care for. If you have outdoor furniture made of teak or other exotic types of wood, you’ve probably spent more time than you’d like sanding, finishing, and re-finishing those surfaces.

Just apply our easy-to-use Τeak Οil to your wooden furniture, and it will look better than new in no time! The oil protects the wood from all kinds of weather—rain, snow, sun—and with regular use, it will help maintain your furniture so they are protected against moss or mildew growth too. And not only is our teak oil plant based, which means it’s safe for the environment, but it also doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals like solvents or varnish—so you won’t have to worry about any unpleasant fumes.

The unique combination of ingredients in this product quickly penetrates into the pores of the wood and sticks there without forming an outer film or layer. This means that Τeak Οil provides excellent protection while maintaining the natural look and feel of the wood.

2. Deck:

Cleaning wooden decks is not a tough job, but it requires some time and effort. The first step to cleaning your deck is to sweep off all the dirt, leaves and clutter. Once you have done this, use a pressure washer to remove any stubborn dirt and stains.

Alternatively, you can also use Decking Oil, Special oil for wood floors Decking Oil, based on alkyd resins for the protection of teak, exotic wood types, pine floors, and wooden louvres. Ideal for marine climate. This oil will protect your wooden surfaces and make them look as good as new. In addition, it gives your floors a special shine and makes them more resistant to dirt. So they will be easier to clean in the future.

3. Fences and vertical surfaces:

Wooden fences, doors, gazebos, and railings are some of the most important aspects of your home’s exterior design. They can give a place a rustic feel or an upscale look. But they need just as much care as the rest of your outdoor space.

Use HP Woodstain water-repellent colorless impregnation varnish to clean and protect all vertical surfaces of your garden. It’s designed to help you maintain that gorgeous wooden look while adding a layer of protection against weathering and discoloration.

4. Use Cleaners:

When was the last time you had a deep-clean day and gave your wooden deck a good scrub down? We know it’s not something any of us looks forward to, but it’s important if you want your wooden surfaces to last.

These wooden surfaces include decking, patios, fences, planters, pergolas, trellises, and more. These items will benefit greatly from cleaning; this is because dirt and grime can build up on these surfaces over time, which will attract insects like termites and wood-boring beetles. We recommend using a cleaner specifically made for wood such as Teak Cleaner.