Water-resistant formula produces a rich glow for a unique finish
Perfect for dense woods such as mahogany, rosewood and teak
Deep penetrating oil will not chip/peel; covers up to 150 sq. ft.
out of 164 reviews
95% recommend this product
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Aug 22, 2017
Nice product. Dries hard quckly. It is important to rub hard to remove excess and work on a ver...
Nice product. Dries hard quckly. It is important to rub hard to remove excess and work on a very small area or it will harden and behave more like a polyurethane finish. Despite the name, this isnt what one might think of as an "oil" finish.
Bought this to refresh an outdoor teak table that had been stored indoors over the winters. Tabl...
Bought this to refresh an outdoor teak table that had been stored indoors over the winters. Table was only about 6 years old and it took about 6 coats to bring the teak back. Not sure what the suspension agent is for the oil, guessing perhaps a mineral spirit but within about an hour of the 3 coats, table looked almost untreated. It looked great when it you first put it on, but dried to a fain't color of what it started as. The attached picture is in the middle of the first application. I did not take a photo of an hour later - should have.
Response from Rust-OleumSupportAug 17, 2017
Thank you for sharing your experience using our Watco Teak Oil. Our Teak Oil does use mineral spirits as a solvent, to allow the oil to deeply penetrate teak and other dense woods. It sounds like the teak may have been very dry, and absorbed more of the oil than is normal. When this occurs, the Teak Oil may be applied more heavily to the surface, and also given more time to penetrate and seal the wood prior to wiping the surface to remove the excess oil.
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Jul 12, 2017
It appears just what I needed for a eastern red cedar park bench. Water beads nicely and good col...
It appears just what I needed for a eastern red cedar park bench. Water beads nicely and good color. I cannot yet describe long term use.
Product was simple to use, but left wood in worse condition than before I started. Will have to ...
Product was simple to use, but left wood in worse condition than before I started. Will have to do it again, with a product that will restore s smooth surface. Call me UNhappy.
Response from Rust-OleumSupportMay 11, 2017
That is not what we like to hear! Our Clear Matte Teak Oil is a penetrating protective oil that is intended for dense woods such as teak, rosewood or mahogany. The wood should be sanded to obtain a smooth finish prior to flooding the surface with the Teak Oil, which must be worked into the wood using a lint free cloth.
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Jul 5, 2016
Results look great
We used this on weathered teak doors. After cleaning and sanding the wood, we applied two coats of the Watco teak oil and results were terrific. Nice golden, natural-looking finish. Definitely would recommend.
I have used this product for many years and have always been very pleased with the results and with the value for the money. I just prepped and treated my patio table and chairs this morning the they look like new as the attached "before and after" photo clearly shows. This patio set is about 20 years old and thanks to Watco Teak Oil, it continues to look great on our deck.
The quart at Home Depot was definitely the best value over other home improvements stores that sell the pint. Wish I had come to Home Depot first! Like all teak oil, easy to apply with a cheap "chip brush". The wood soaked up the oil nicely. I was given some high quality weathered chaise loungers. With a little sanding and applying the oil, they look brand new. Beautiful finish.