- Replacement Decking Applicator Pad
Replacement pads for our Decking Applicator Kit.£4.50
Replacement pad for the Furniture Clinic Decking Applicator.
- Reaches into the grooves
- Hard wearing and durable pad
- For smooth or grooved decking
- Works great with decking oils and decking stains
- Fits the Furniture Clinic Decking Applicator
- Wood Floor Cleaner
Safe to use and effective cleaner for all types of wooden floors.£14.95
Specialist wood floor cleaner for use on all hardwood floors
- Dilutes to make 5 litres
- Super Concentrate – Covers 1000m2 flooring
- Quick drying – streak and residue free clean
- Water-based – safe for people and pets
- For unfinished, waxed, oiled, varnished and lacquered wood
How to care for wood
All wooden surfaces need to be carefully maintained to help keep them looking their best. Failure to properly maintain wood can lead to staining, wear & tear on the surface and deterioration of the finish. Regular maintenance of wood with a wax, oil or varnish will help prevent these problems from occurring.
If you are looking to keep your wood clean from day to day dirt and grime, or to remove a build-up of wax and polish then our Wood Cleaner is an excellent product to use. For wood used outdoors, use either our Teak Cleaner or Decking Cleaner.
Waxing wood is a tried and tested way of treating wooden surfaces dating back hundreds of years. Beeswax is the most common and recommended treatment for waxing wood, and our Beeswax Furniture Polish has been developed to work to the highest of standards.
There are lots of different types of wood oils; all will enhance and protect wooden surfaces but each different wood oil will give a slightly different appearance. Some will darken the wood, some will make it shiny, and some will make the wood matt. The best wood oil for you is the one that is going to give the look and feel you desire.
There are some wood oils though that are just perfect for the job you need. We recommend teak oil for garden furniture as it provides great weather protection, enhances the wood and has a lovely natural finish. We recommend danish oil for worktops, and if you’re looking for a 100% natural oil, then you can’t beat Tung Oil.
Staining wood allows you to adjust or change the colour of any wooden surface to suit your desired look. A wood stain will soak into the wood, staining the timber and enhancing the natural beauty of the grain. A wood stain will provide some level of protection to the wood, but we always recommend finishing the wood afterwards with an oil, wax or varnish.
Often the hardest wearing wood finish, a wood varnish is typically painted onto the wood using a brush. Wood Varnishes provide a tough wood finish that will resist scuffing, scratching, and knocks, and also a finish that will help prevent liquid staining.
Our Interior Wood Varnish is a great wood finish for all wood projects used indoors.