What better way to get a chance to see the value in a product than to see how others have used it.
We’ve put together 5 of our best decking restoration case studies using our faithful pair; Net-Trol wood cleaner and Textrol saturating wood oil.
We hope to show you some different applications in different styles and help inspire you for your decking project.
Textrol enhances the natural beauty of the wood whilst providing a mildew-resistant finish. It has exceptional and long-lasting protection from the effects of moisture, weathering and UV rays.
This yellow balau deck was weathered but had been left untreated. It was dirty and had greyed so first Net-Trol was used to clean it and restore its natural colour. Textrol was then applied wet-on-wet until the wood would accept no more oil, leaving it fully protected against moisture and UV rays and looking great.
This customer was fed up as their deck, protected with a high street brand, was peeling and flaking – looking unsightly and offering no protection. Having decided that it was definitely worth spending a little more for high quality products, he stripped the previous coating with Prepdeck, cleaned and neutralised with Net-Trol and protected his deck with Textrol.
More stripping with Prepdeck, cleaning with Net-Trol and protecting with Textrol here. This case study includes some helpful tips if you’re planning on repeating the process with your own decking project. It also has great photographs of each stage of the process.
This deck is in a stunning location, but not without its challenges and exposed to some pretty harsh weather. With Owatrol solutions the customer can rest safe in the knowledge that the deck is going to look its best for years to come. Just look at that view!
This raised decked seating area was untreated and had been neglected for some time. With Net-Trol to clean the wood and restore its natural colour and Textrol to saturate it with protective oil and keep it safe from damage caused by UV rays and weather, this deck is now looking good for the long haul. With minimal maintenance required it’s going to be a big asset to the garden.
We hope you found this post on decking restoration interesting. If you have any other advice or top tips, please feel free to leave them in the comments below. We love hearing from you!