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How To Apply Hardwood Deck Finish - Ipe Oil and Wisecoat

Learn how to finish a hardwood using Ipe Oil and WiseCoat finish.

APPLYING IPE OIL HARDWOOD DECK FINISH


How To Apply Hardwood Deck Finish - Ipe Oil and Wisecoat

1. Clean the deck surface and let it dry

2. Apply Ipe Oil Hardwood Deck Finish

3. Wipe up any excess Ipe Oil

Additional tips:

-Remove dirt and debris from deck surface & in between gaps

-Pre-rinse hardwood deck with a garden hose.

-Wait until the surface is completely dry (at least 24 hours in most areas).

-Use a 3/8" paint roller to apply

-Using a dry rag, rub in any excess or pooled liquid that remains after 5 minutes

-Let dry completely.

-Properly dispose of can and rags - Do NOT leave cans & used rags exposed to the elements

For best results:

-Prior to oiling: A light sanding is recommended to eliminate any slight imperfections on the surface of decking/siding boards.


Avoid applying:

-Under full sun

-If rain is forecast within 24 hours

-In extreme hot or cold temperatures

-More than once per season

APPLYING WISECOAT HARDWOOD DECK SIDING AND FENCE SEALER


How To Apply Hardwood Deck Finish - Ipe Oil and Wisecoat

1. Clean, rinse, and let dry.

2. Apply 2 coats, wet over wet.

3. Back brush and puddles.

Additonal tips:

-Remove dirt and debris from deck surface & in between gaps

-Pre-rinse hardwood deck with a garden hose.

-Wait until the surface is completely dry (at least 24 hours in most areas).

-Apply two coats; wet over damp with an air-assisted and/or airless sprayer, a pump-up garden sprayer, brush, or stain pad. Back brush out any puddles.

-Let dry completely.

-Sprayer equipment and brushes clean up easily with warm soapy water.

For best results:

Prior to finishing: A light sanding is recommended to eliminate any slight imperfections on the surface of decking/siding boards.

-Do not apply if surface or air temperature is below 45°F/7.22°C


Avoid applying:

-Under full sun

-If rain is forecast within 24 hours

-In extreme hot or cold temperatures

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