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CD50X Extreme Timber Protection Oil Clear - 10L

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CD50 Extreme is the timber protection of choice when it comes to the most extreme situations. From locations in harsh environments (coastal, high humidity, dampness), to building products that are pretty extreme themselves (logs, thick posts or beams). Because CD50 penetrates deep into timber, it can get in to protect the thickest of timbers. CD50 Extreme is specifically formulated for just these jobs.

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CD50 Extreme is the timber protection of choice when it comes to the most extreme situations. From locations in harsh environments (coastal, high humidity, dampness), to building products that are pretty extreme themselves (logs, thick posts or beams). Because CD50 penetrates deep into timber, it can get in to protect the thickest of timbers. CD50 Extreme is specifically formulated for just these jobs.

If you want to minimise warping, cupping, checking and splitting, and help control mould and fungus - reach for CD50 Extreme. It will add years of life to your timber and means less time and money spent maintaining your timber.

FEATURES
• Does not form a film, preventing peeling and flaking while making maintenance easy
• Controls and prevents the growth of mould, fungus and rot
• Enhances grain and character of timber
• Product of choice for decking, thick timbers and timber in extreme conditions
• Easy maintenance, just wash & re-apply with no sanding
• Perfect for humid or damp conditions

These figures represent typical averages for common cladding timbers: Cedar, Pine,
Douglas Fir, Macrocarpa etc:

• New dressed timber: 12-15 m² per litre
• New rusticated or bandsawn timber: 7-9 m² per litre
• Old restored dressed timber: 7-9 m² per litre
• Old restored rusticated or bandsawn timber: 4-7 m² per litre
• Shingles and shakes: 2-5 m² per litre
• Hardwoods: 12-15 m² per litre

SPECIFICATIONS
Colour: Clear
Size: 10L
Weight: 10kg

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Questions and answers

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Q:
Will this timber finish prevent Bora/Termites? And how frequently does it need reapplying? I'm specifically talking about using it on your kitset log cabins.
A:
No, I'm afraid this will not prevent Bora/Termites. Reapply CD50 Extreme every 2 – 6 years depending on exposure to weather, sunlight, and timber type.
By Trade Tested on June 13 2021
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Would this product be suitable to use on the outside of a boat on the timber edges or fender boards?
A:
No its not designed for marine use - you need to look at specific teak oils or marine varnish.
By Trade Tested on December 02 2020
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Q:
Hi, we have 2 large dogs, will this scratch off easily? Other deck stains we tried scratch and flake off from dogs walking on it and also get dirty easily, will this stay put and clean? Thanks
A:
No this will be fine.
By Trade Tested on December 02 2020
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Love it!

Quality deck oil looks great, and should outlast cheaper alternatives by far, and with a minimum of work. Just what I wanted!

Bob J Kaitaia
Awesome product

So easy to use and goes a long way. Our deck looks amazing. Will definitely use again!

Nina Auckland
Easy to apply

Found the product easy to apply with good coverage. Will use again

PB Auckland
Good quality

Great product, goes on easy

Linz Auckland
Best treatment for exterior timber

Great product, best thing for wooden decks. No cracking or peeling, just was and declare, or let it silver off knowing that the timber is protected under the surface.

Bob Jenkins Kaitaia