Wood Shield™

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Don’t be fooled by its tough exterior - all wood needs a little TLC.
Feast Watson Wood Shield™ Oil is a timber protection oil that’s ideal for vertical, rough-sawn timber surfaces including timber cladding finishes, fences, screening and planter boxes. This fast-drying formula makes for light work and needs just 30 minutes between coats.
Select timber
Number of coats
2

Where to use

All dressed and rough sawn exterior timber excluding decking. Ideal for window frames (can be used inside and out), exposed beams, weatherboards, cladding, pergolas, doors and trim, gates and fences.

Finish

Gloss, Satin or Matt

Coverage rate

6m² per litre

Number of coats

2 Coats

Recoat time

30 minutes. This product can be coated wet on wet.

Dry time

6 hours

Clean up

Mineral Turpentine. Soak application cloths in water prior to disposal.

Sizes

1L, 4L, 10L

You may also need

Feast Watson Woodclean
Feast Watson Woodclean™

How to prepare your timber for Feast Watson Wood Shield Oil:

Let's prep! Simply pick your timber type from the list below and follow the steps.

New Timber How to prepare new timber:

  1. Allow your new timber to weather in its final position for 4-6 weeks.

  2. Prepare and clean your timber for coating with Feast Watson Woodclean as per the instructions.

  3. For best results, lightly sand the surface to remove any grain raise. Remember to remove all sanding dust before coating!

Weathered Timber How to prepare weathered timber:

  1. Using Feast Watson Woodclean, prepare and clean your weathered or grey timber.

  2. Sanding may be required to remove stains and restore deteriorated surfaces. Remember to remove all sanding dust before coating!

Previously Coated Timber How to prepare previously coated timber:

  1. If your timber is coated with a stain or oil, it can be coated with Wood Shield after the surface has weathered.

  2. Test if the surface is ready by sprinkling water onto the timber. - If the water absorbs into the timber, you're good to go! - If the water beads, further weathering, sanding or stripping is needed.

  3. Painted or varnished surfaces need to be taken back to bare timber by stripping or sanding.

  4. Prepare timber for coating with Feast Watson Woodclean as per the instructions.

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