$18.99 Quart
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A great oil finish for oily woods such as Teak, Rosewood and Zebrawood.

Teak Oil

Item #
80760
Rating:
86% of 100
Teak Oil
Teak Oil

This is the recommended oil finish for oily woods such as Teak, Rosewood, Zebrawood, Monkeypod and many others. Unlike linseed oil and most other oil finishes, which become tacky when exposed to heat, Teak Oil penetrates the wood, dries hard and stays hard. May be applied over raw, stained, newly stripped or previously oiled wood surfaces. Use a stiff brush, clean rag or fine, nylon mesh pad and uniformly "flood" the entire surface. Wait 5-10 minutes. If dry spots occur, reapply to achieve uniform wetness. After 30 minutes set time, wipe and lightly buff with a clean cloth. After 24 hours lightly buff with a clean cloth, then buff with extra-fine steel wool to achieve a uniform sheen.

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(1) Quart of Teak Oil
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Brand Behlen
Manufacturer Part Number B700-1416
Weight 2.1000
Tech Spec No
Technical Documents
Coverage No
Dry Time 24 hrs
Finish No
Color No
Size Quart
Use No
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Teak Oil to the rescue
Help restore the finish on an aged teak chair. Really brought back the great original look. I will add multiple coats over the next couple weeks. Very satisfied!
May 30, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Great product. I used on exterior, patio, teak wood table and chair set. The items are about ten years old and are exposed to weather of Buffalo, N Y. I sanded surface and applied oil without any special considerations.
June 1, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Works well, but darkens
I was quite happy with the teak oil on my teak table and chairs. It applies easily with no problems. But be aware that it definitely darkens the wood to a very rich color. I have not tried it on any wood other than the teak.
August 31, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Teak oil works great on Danish 1960s Moller chairs.
The teak oil works well on the Moller dining chairs and performs exactly as the instructions explain. SPread it on, wait the assigned time, and then wipe off all the extra oil and wait again for 24 hours for the oil to oxidize within the wood.
July 25, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Absolute best product for Teak
Bought the Oil for Teak table that had been weathered. You have to "float" it on, and put three coats, but it is fabulous. Would recommend it highly.
December 11, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great product and wonderful service at...
Great product and wonderful service at a value price.
June 11, 2008
Great product!
Great product! A little more expensive than the big box stores but a high quality oil. I might not put it on everything but I will use it for my most important projects.
October 10, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
The furniture looks wonderful, after using your teak oil. However, it took quite a while for it to dry --- longer than I expected (over a week before it stopped feeling tacky).
I would recommend this product to anyone who has time to allow the furniture to dry properly. It most definitely should not be used when the weather is damp or rainy.
January 8, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
a great finish
Teak oil is my favorite finish for any project. Spread on thick, sand in with 400-1200 grit wet/dry sandpaper and then wipe off excess after 10-20 minutes. Repeat with finer gross until desired luster is achieved. Originally designed for resinous tropical hard woods, it works great on anything and is also quite water resistant. Never gets tacky our sticky after it has cured like you might find worth linseed oil.
May 5, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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This is the best finish for power-washed outdoor teak deck furniture...
George W on Oct 21, 2017
Need it
JIM M on Feb 21, 2016
This is the best finish for power-washed outdoor teak deck furniture...
George W on Oct 21, 2017
I just got teak office furniture. I want to protect and clean it.
Diane H on Jun 29, 2017
Need it
JIM M on Feb 21, 2016
I'm in need of putting some oil on my teak table. Looked like a good product with nice reviews.
Linda M on Sep 24, 2015
I just got teak office furniture. I want to protect and clean it.
Diane H on Jun 29, 2017
I'm in need of putting some oil on my teak table. Looked like a good product with nice reviews.
Linda M on Sep 24, 2015
I have a 20 year old teak garden bench. Pressure washed it. It lives out on deck in all weather. Would this be the thing to use? If I pressure wash it I get a really beautiful golden color. I believe the bench came finished in the beginning. What order of business do I need to do this bench before I apply this finish if this is the finish I should use?
Melissa W on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If it was finished with something other than Teak Oil you'd want to get that removed and lightly sanded. I use Teak oil on my outdoor funiture also but its not going to lock in that pretty rich color unless you do several coats or simple put some on every season. My chaise lounges turned natrually gray and silver in just one season and those are left uncovered year round. There are other pieces of teak I keep inside and that 1 coat lasts a long time. I would imagine if you cover yours after oiling up a few coats, it should last and extend the longevity of your furniture when otherwise exposed to Sun and Rain.
We have a teak dining room table. The previous owners say they used watch rung oil on it. It looks beautiful, but I always thought teak or Danish oil was to be used. The table is at least 50 years old.
1. Would this be good for a teak dining table?
2. Would having watch rung oil on previously prevent the teak oil from penetrating the wood?
Thank you
New teak owner on May 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Teak oil is what I would recommend.
If the table is old you can sand a little bit
Can it be used on cedar?
Vivica K on Apr 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it can. Cedar is slow to absorb it, but it looks good once it's in. It will need reapplicaiton.
contains water?
A shopper on May 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not in quantities large enough to be reported on the Safety Data Sheet.
Is teak oil ok on any woods like oak, cherry, pine, maple, poplar, birch ?
Julian J on May 6, 2017
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