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Owatrol Wood Stripping Guide: Summary & Contents

In our latest customer guide we’ve been tackling the difficult process of stripping wood. Whether you’re stripping wood oils from your decking or paint from your garden furniture we can help you to find the most appropriate stripper and teach you how to use it.

Use this guide summary to signpost you to the appropriate part of the guide – if you know it’s cladding you’re stripping then you can skip straight to ‘Stripping your fencing and cladding‘ but if you’re just starting out then we’d suggest starting at the beginning!

Part 1: Meet the Strippers

In this first part of the wood stripping guide we introduce the 4 strippers in the Owatrol range and give you some brief information about what each one is great at getting rid of!

Read Part 1: Meet the Strippers here.

Part 2: The previous coating matters!

In this second part of the wood stripping guide we’re talking about the stuff you’re trying to get rid of. The coating that you’re trying to remove dictates which stripper it’s best to use – don’t worry if you’re not sure what your coating is though, we’ve got a solution for that too!

Read Part 2: The previous coating matters! here.

Part 3: Stripping your decking

This how to guide walks through to strip your decking. Whether you’re removing wood oils, semi-transparent finishes, paints, stains or varnishes, we’ve got a stripper for you and some instructions on how to use it!

Read Part 3: Stripping your decking here.

Part 4: Stripping your fencing and cladding

In this guide, we explain how to strip fencing, cladding and other vertical surfaces which need a gel solution which won’t run.

Read Part 4: Stripping your fencing and cladding here.

Part 5: How to strip Garden Furniture

Here we’re talking about stripping garden furniture including advice for the more fiddly and intricate detailing.

Read Part 5: How to strip your garden furniture here.

Part 6: Finding the touch time

In this final part of our wood stripping guide we talk about working out the touch time. This is an important step to undertake before stripping your wood. It’s essentially working out how long the stripper will take to work.

Read Part 6: Finding the touch time here.

Remember, we always welcome and value your feedback and are always open to new ideas for things you’d like us to write about in our news section so if there’s anything you’d particularly like help or advice about or a topic that you want to know more about then please do get in touch with us.

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2 thoughts on “Owatrol Wood Stripping Guide: Summary & Contents

  1. On Our oak frame garden room the joiners had used textrol. My husband unfortunately last year has used danish oil on part of it, as the wood looked very patchy. Parts now look black what is the best way to treat, and not do it too often.. The outside wood gets a lot of very bright sun.

    1. Hi Janet,

      We would recommend removing the danish oil with Aquanett wood oil remover. You can then re-apply Textrol which is applied wet-on-wet until the wood is saturated. We would then suggest that whenever the wood begins to grey due to sun exposure you give it a quick clean with Net-Trol before reapplying Textrol. Depending on sun exposure this is likely to be every 1-3 years and doesn’t require sanding or stripping.

      If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

      Many thanks,
      The Owatrol Team

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