Decking
Stains

Forestwood Deck and Timber Stain

Water-Based

Forestwood Deck and Timber Stain is low odour, combining the penetrating properties of a stain with the durability and user-friendliness of an acrylic for advanced weather resistance.

RECOMMENDED FOR: New decks or for rejuvenating previously stained or oiled decks.

Snow Gum – ^

Mountain Ash – s

Weathered Cedar – s

Driftwood – s

Weathered Eucalypt -s

Eucalypt – ^

Pinewood – e

Gumleaf – e

Silver Birch – s

Smoky Haze – s

Mountain Blue – e

Cirrus Blue – c

Aged Oak – e

Deep Forest – e

Sage Brush – e

Storm Cloud – c

Kowhai – ^

Rustic Oak – ^

Kwila – ^

Red Kwila – ^

Red Beech – k

Kempas – k

White Oak – k

Seringa – k

Wild Cherry – k

Walnut Brown – k

Colorado – k

Gumnut – k

Washed Charcoal – c

Mission Brown – ^

Black Bean – ^

Brazilian Walnut – c

Charcoal – ^

Tasman Storm – c

Black Opal – c

* Colours shown on pine  ^ – Factory colour s – Snow gum  e – Eucalypt  k – Kwila  c – Charcoal

Wattyl Forestwood Decking Stain

Oil-Based

Wattyl Forestwood Decking Stain adds colour to timber while allowing the grain to show through.

RECOMMENDED FOR: Exterior timber decks, verandahs and pergolas in new or good condition.

Kowhai

Rustic Oak

Red Kwila

Mission Brown

Black Bean

* Colours shown on pine

Easy to Recoat

Water Repellent

UV Protection

Resists Mould and Fungus

Walk on Surfaces

HOW TO OIL OR STAIN A DECK

Always test your finishes on an offcut of timber to ensure the colour is what you expected. Different timber varieties can affect the tone of a colour.

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