Here are all the tips and instructions you need for washing, sanding and oiling your terrace. Remember not to oil when the sun is directly on the terrace.
The terrace is the perfect gathering place on sunny summer days. Regular maintenance will ensure that the surface stays smooth and barefoot-friendly, while providing the wood with good protection from the elements.
It should be dry and not too hot or sunny
Have the oil, masking tape and tools in place.
Cover the base of the house, plants and similar with plastic sheeting.
Time to treat your terrace or does it just need a good scrub? Our Terrace Scrubber brush is specifically designed to effectively remove dirt and old wood oil before staining/oiling/painting your terrace. The handle also fits our other brushes with thread screw.
Time to fix up your terrace? Our 2-in-1 Terrace Tool has both an sanding pad and an application pad that you attach to the same tool and easily switch between. The application pad covers two boards at a time so you can work more efficiently, and the pad also helps to ensure a thin, even coat with no stains. Treating your terrace has never been easier! Attach to any of our extension pole for the best end result. Sanding paper are not included and need to be purchased separately. We recommend using P120 grit.
Time to freshen up your terrace? Our wood care brush is specifically designed for oiling wooden patios, facades and outdoor furniture. The brush gives a thin and even coat, minimising the risk of the paint starts peeling. The brush also has a very high paint pick-up so you can paint twice as far in one dip.