water based deck oil

WHY DIDN’T I KNOW ABOUT AQUALIS H2OIL BEFORE? A premium water based decking oil that is in a class of it's own.

water based deck oil

23 FEB 2023

WHY DIDN’T I KNOW ABOUT AQUALIS H2OIL BEFORE? A premium water based decking oil that is in a class of it's own.

AQUALIS COATINGS – EXTERIOR PROTECTION

THE AQUALIS RANGE WILL IMPRESS YOU WITH IT’S RESISTANCE TO WEATHERING AND EASE OF APPLICATION

Can you believe it’s time to recoat your deck again? But does it feel like you did that only 6 months ago? Don’t you wish there was a more durable decking oil on the market?

Wouldn’t it make life easier if it could be applied in a greater range of weather conditions too, not having to worry that it is drying too quickly or on the other hand not worrying that it isn’t going to dry because rain is forecast for the following day?

Resistant coatings on decking timber

LOOK NO FURTHER

Look no further because Aqualis H2Oil, produced here in Australia for Australian conditions can fulfill these needs. Aqualis H2Oil is a fast drying exterior finish that is easy to apply and will give you greater endurance against the pressure of the Australian climate.  It is available in a summer version and winter version to give more opportunities for application in varied weather conditions.

Aqualis decking oil Australian Made

AUSTRALIAN MADE!

Yes that’s right, Australian made.  Who better to understand the impact of the Australian climate than Australians.  Aqualis Coatings are a wholly Australian owned supplier for the coatings industry whose commitment to quality and the environment is the reason Aqualis products are the choice of discerning woodcare enthusiasts and trade professionals for both commercial and residential timber projects.

LET’S ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS, RESPONSIBLY.

The range of Aqualis H2Oil oils are produced in an environmentally responsible manner. Apart from giving long-lasting performance you can rest assured that the product has been approved by Worksafe as non-hazardous and is easily washable in water therefore no toxic solvents are required.

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Not too Heavy, Not too Light, applying H2oil

Drew Kemp, Technical Manager at Superior Timber Coatings gives his advice on best applying The Aqualis H2Oil range:

“You need to ensure the oil is worked into the surface, particularly on the first coat.  After sanding, clean up the surface and apply the first coat with a brush or roller.  H2Oil goes a long way so don’t lay it on too thick. Instead wipe excess with a rag but try to work the oil into the surface of the timber”.

“You have a minimum time of an hour to dry before recoating.  Again, follow the process of rolling or brushing the oil and then removing any excess with a rag”.