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Re: Treating green oak
Reply #2 - Oct 7th, 2005, 9:01pm
 
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Re: Treating green oak
Reply #1 - Oct 7th, 2005, 7:17pm
 
Nothing works perfectly with oak as it is so inclined to go black Roll Eyes but Liberon garden furniture oil works best in my opinion.

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Treating green oak
Oct 6th, 2005, 9:46pm
 
Is there a way to preserve the colour of oak  without having to varnish, strip and re-varnish every few years? If left naked it goes a nice silver colour which is ok but I prefer it as cut.

I was wondering if there was an oil/wax like product that doesn't have to be stripped off each time - you just apply more.

The problem with transparent paints/stains is that unless you get all of the original coat off you get darker patches showing through the new coat.

Any ideas?
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