Ipe Oil® Hardwood Deck Finish is an oil-based natural wood finish. It is specifically formulated to protect and preserve the natural beauty of exterior hardwood decks. Ipe Oil® Hardwood Deck Finish provides excellent penetration of even the densest hardwoods with minimal raising of the grain. It protects and conditions the wood while maintaining a completely natural appearance. For exceptional results on Ipe, Tigerwood, Cumaru and other exotic hardwoods, Ipe Oil® is the best solution.
Ipe Oil® Hardwood Deck Finish features a special formulation for exotic hardwood decking and siding to ensure exceptional protection with very little rising of the wood grain. It stabilizes and nourishes hardwoods from within.
Home-owners and Pro contractors appreciate the elegance of well-maintained hardwood deck or the sleek surface of hardwood rainscreen siding. Nevertheless, not many realize that safeguarding hardwoods from the harmful impact Ultraviolet sun rays and dampness will add many years to the lifetime of their patio or exterior hardwood siding. Therefore, saving substantial finances in replacement costs, as well as reducing the imprint of exotic lumber resources.
Each and every hardwood deck owner has made a great investment in the lavish natural hardwood beauty that will survive for years if it is properly sealed. Ipe Oil® is an oil based hardwood stain exclusively formulated to dry properly on Ipe, Mahogany, Cumaru and also many other oily exotic lumber that trigger finish drying trouble for other brand names.
Do you plan on starting a new deck or patio building project soon? Try using our Wood Care Coverage Calculator to find out how much Ipe Oil® and additional wood care products are needed for your hardwood surface.Q: Can I apply Ipe Oil® over the WiseCoat® finish?
As we all know, water can be lumber's biggest enemy. This robust hardwood oil stain penetrates down deep into the dense, resin-rich fibers of hardwoods to highlight the all-natural wood grain depth and patina qualities. Ipe Oil® hardwood deck oil stain is a durable, clear, and stain resistant hardwood oil finish. Our hardwood stain utilizes Transoxide pigments for powerful U.V. defense and extra grain enhancement. This deck oil formula provides advanced safeguards from the destructive effects of severe temperatures, humidity, mildew, mold, fungi, rainfall, snow, and the sun's damaging rays.
When it comes to fungi and mildew growth, we all look to linseed oil as the culprit. While Ipe Oil® does contain linseed oil as one of its components, it also contains synthetic resins that are made from linseed oil, so it's not just an oil but a blend of different things for superior results.
What does make a big difference with mildew growth is the quality and amount of fungicide used in the formula. DeckWise® uses a very high quality fungicide, and quite a lot of it.
The most important thing with any oil finish is making sure the surface is clean and dry before application. This will go a long ways towards reducing the likelihood of any mildew growth on the wood. As fungicides are only designed to inhibit the growth of mildew on the stain, not kill existing spores that may be on the wood before applying. See the DeckWise® Cleaner and Brightener for proper wood preparation.
Our hardwood oil deck stain contains a precise combination of linseed oil for maximum wood grain penetration, oil solids for longevity and organic oils for color depth and water repelling features. Translucent iron oxide pigments are additionally added to warrant UV absorption. Ipe Oil® allows wood to breathe, which inturn is essential in working with exotic hardwoods such as Tigerwood, Massaranduba, Teak, Brazilian Redwood, and many other wood species. The result following years of development is a hardwood oil finish of unmatched overall performance designed to protect ones exotic wood surfaces, rich with color and dimension.
Most deck finish coatings form a film on the surface to offer natural wood color and keep moisture out. Some brands may last just a few months or two before they turn unsightly. Nevertheless many film coatings fail, and also require sanding or stripped before the hard wood can be re-coated.
Ipe Oil® then again, penetrates into the wood grain and defends from within and is not a surface film that will bubble, crack, or peel. Decking and hardwood siding restoration is a simple clean, brighten and re-coat. No major sanding or stripping should be needed. And hardwood which is left to discolor to a silver patina gray after coating, can be effortlessly restored to a gorgeous natural timber look even after many years of weathering.
When deck builders need their customer's hardwood projects to last 75 years or more and maintain its natural beauty, they turn to Ipe Oil® deck oil. 1 gallon of Ipe Oil® Hardwood Deck Oil covers approximately 250 ft2 and is formulated as an oil-based natural wood finish with a 250 VOC. To say “American Pride” sounds so good!
This short video shows the viewer how to use Ipe Oil® to protect their hardwood deck boards from shrinking and cracking and how to preserve the grain and color of the hardwood. Brought to you by DeckWise®.
Ipe Oil® Hardwood Deck Finish is an oil-based natural wood finish specifically designed for use on exterior hardwood decks. DeckWise® offers a limited liability warranty and warranties Ipe Oil® meets manufacturing standards and specifications. All properly filed warranty claims will be replaced with Ipe Oil® Hardwood Deck Finish once a claim is approved. This warranty does not cover any damages that may be caused by improper handling, disposal, installation or storage. Claims are only eligible within 12 months after purchase date. No claims for loss of use.
Ipe Oil® deck finish is intended for exterior use only. Use product as directed.Limited Warranty
WARNING: Do not leave rags balled up, they will catch fire or self-combust. Rags, brushes, rollers, steel wool or waste soaked with Ipe Oil® Hardwood Deck Finish may also spontaneously catch fire if improperly discarded. Immediately after each use, place waste materials in a sealed, water-filled metal container. Dispose of waste material and empty cans or unused portion in accordance with, local, state, and federal regulations.
Our Ipe Oil® contains linseed oil, which many DIY people and contractors use to stain wood decking, furniture or fences each year. Linseed oil is a natural product extracted out of the flaxseed.
The unique properties of linseed oil is to soak into the grain of wood accentuating the grain giving it a perpetual “wet Look,” otherwise known as “popping the grain.” Since linseed oil naturally has a yellowish tint, we add a pinch of color to our Ipe Oil® to improve the natural wood characteristics.
Liquid linseed oil in its container is no more hazardous than any other byproduct oil. The linseed oil by itself is not necessarily the problem. It’s the actual petroleum based solvents used to thin the linseed oil that is extremely combustible and flammable.
If a wood finish containing linseed oil is on a cotton rag for application, fire could spontaneously occur at as low as 120 degrees. That’s with no external spark. These thinning solvents in the linseed oil can generate heat through exothermic reactions with oxygen.
Rags and other application materials left in a pile, balled up or left unattended are a real problem. As air molecules combine with the linseed oil’s solvents, the resulting chemical reaction will accelerate the build up of heat. Since the linseed oil on rags becomes concentrated when in a pile or balled up, this in turn can spontaneously ignite the rag, which the linseed oil’s solvents then act as the fuel.
The reason we don’t see the finished wood with linseed oil catch fire, is because the linseed oil is spread out. There is no chance for heat to build up, hence, no fire.
Great care must always be taken when using and wood finish containing linseed oil. Always allow application materials to dry completely by laying them flat to dry on a non-flammable surface, out of the sun and heat. The best disposal method is to then place the dry rags in a canister of water and tightly seal the lid before you take it to your local hazardous waste site for disposal.Label Warning Avertissement d'étiquette Etiqueta de Advertencia