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Intl Eco Wood Treatment

Model EWT-1

Internet #203077387

1-gal. Exterior/Interior Wood Stain and Preservative

$16.49 /box

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Non-toxic wood treatment and preservative. Ages the wood to a silvery patina color and creates a high end aged look. Only one application is needed because it never comes off. It has even been proven to prevent the white rot fungi. VOC free.

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After mixed, how long does it store for?

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February 16, 2016
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August 28, 2016
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I bought this before Home Depot carried it, around late 2012. I mixed up a gallon of it and it still works fine even in 2016. It has turned a rust color since, but it still has the same effect that it did when I first started using it. So even though it says it has a certain shelf life to it, if you're simply using it to patina wood, well, it's good for many years. I store it in an outside storage closet Read More
I bought this before Home Depot carried it, around late 2012. I mixed up a gallon of it and it still works fine even in 2016. It has turned a rust color since, but it still has the same effect that it did when I first started using it. So even though it says it has a certain shelf life to it, if you're simply using it to patina wood, well, it's good for many years. I store it in an outside storage closet that's subjected to seasonal temperatures (although it hasn't ever frozen). Read Less
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August 5, 2016
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It's organic - natural minerals that bind with the resins in the wood which is why it's best for cedar, redwood, pine. When mixed with water it's inert and should last for some time.
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May 31, 2016
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I kept some solution in my tank sprayer for several weeks. I used a little the other day for some spots that I had missed. It seemed to work great. I think the color of the solution got a little darker over the past few weeks. Looks like it works the same, however.
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Weeks.
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Is this product safe to use on vegetable boxes?

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September 5, 2015
I have built an elevated vegetable box with untreated pine and need a wood treatment product to seal and protect the wood.
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Columbus, MS
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It's said to be all organic and non-toxic, so yes, it should be just fine for that. You can find more information on the manufacturer's website.
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June 29, 2016
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I use this product on ALL raised beds, but not so much for the staining properties but for the preserving properties. The minerals react with the resins in pine/cedar which protects against rot. It doesn't stop rotting, but certainly slows it down. I've used this product for over ten years. I never use traditional stains anymore on fences, raised beds, railings, lattice, etc.
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knoxville, tn
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November 5, 2015
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I thought I would share photos of the planter that I stained with this product.
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Yes its perfect for Vegetable garden boxes , all non toxic
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Does pt wood have to cure before treatment is applied

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July 25, 2016
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It makes no sense to use this 'eco' friendly preservative on PT wood that is already chemically toxic.
This should be used on 'natural' wood to preserve it for non-toxic protection. I am using it on framing for a raised garden bed.
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Pressure treated wood is already "cured" so apply when you want. I suggest you also make sure to saturate the ends of wood planks as well as the four surfaces.
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No, It can be applied right away
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Can a sealer be applied on top of product?

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Hello, I would like to know if a waterproofing sealer can be applied over this product. I would like to use this product on a bathroom mirror that may come in contact with water and will come in contact with moisture. I see that the product is not waterproof and is not a sealer.
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No, it's not needed.
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According to the manufacturer's website, stains and sealers are not recommended.
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A sealer can be applied over this product , ( example for hardwood floors ) ect
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'm telling everyone I know about it! So glad we found this product. Really easy to use - just mix powder with 1 gallon of water. It's non-toxic, no nasty fumes and cleans up with water. It's also about half the cost of a traditional stain! We used it to pre-treat our boards before building raised veggie garden beds. A helpful tip: You can bring your mixed product (buy an empty paint can to simplify things) to the paint department and have them tint it using a "quick dispense" tint, with any color you want. They don't even charge for it. We used the color "cedar" because we didn't want the grey/patina look. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EcoWood is Eco-GREAT The package directions were easy to follow and worked perfectly. EcoWood covered all my wood projects (4 4 x 9 foot garden beds). They look great in the garden! April 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Warning: Do not use on wood that you'll be walking or sitting on if you have it tinted. Warning: Do not use on wood that you'll be walking or sitting on if you have it tinted. We had ours tinted cedar tone and used it on a very large deck. Now, even after several weeks, whenever people walk on it, we have tracks of cedar tone tint showing up on the bottom of feet, shoes, and therefore, ends up leaving a trail leading into the house on the carpet. Just yesterday, my daughter had friends over. They were sitting on the deck, and the bottom of their shorts were stained in cedar tone. Very frustrating. Our little, white Westie dog can't even be out on the deck, because he turns cedar tone. We really have a mess on our hands. Praying this problem diminishes over time. As other reviews have indicated, the real test and results of this product cannot be determined at this point. Only time will tell. I do know that I'll never use it on wood where there is traffic again. August 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use and beautiful dark grey finish. Easy to apply, and in a few days in the sun, it has a great grey finish. Bought more to use in the future. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! I used this on some fresh rough-cut cedar paneling that is on the exterior of my garden shed, and for three garden boxes (also cedar). I ended up using only about 2/3 the amount of the Eco-Wood Treatment that the instructions said it would cover (so it covers more than they say it will). I bought 3 boxes but only used 2. I applied one coat with a tank sprayer. I could see results within about 10 minutes. The color initially came in as a grey with a green tint. The green has faded over the past couple weeks to more of a grey/brown. It is perfect! I may end up doing one more application on the garden boxes because the wood is much smoother and it didn't absorb the treatment as well as the shed. Great product! May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use Was easy to use and apply. Seems to work well, but as this is a wood preservative product it is hard to rate it as only time, hopefully many years, will tell. May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product! I used this for my raised garden bed which I made out of Douglas fir. Wanted something organic. Mixed up easy, went on very easy. Really soaked into the wood. I did two coats. Looks great - makes the wood look like it been there for a while. Has no smell at all. I would give it a 5 but can't comment on how long it will last. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Would buy again Gave wood a nice old look. The only thing I wasnt happy about was that I used pump sprayer and I left liquid in pump and it endup messing up my pump. April 19, 2016
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