Here at Paint Place, we carry a huge range of wood care products to help you care for your decks, timber finishes such as doors, skirting boards and balusters, and even wooden furniture!
With all that winter entertaining coming up, this is the time to freshen up your home to keep it looking warm and welcoming. Make sure you look after your wood now with the right products from leading brands such as Sikkens, Organoil & Johnstone's, to keep everything looking good as new right through the cooler months.
If you’re wanting to re-coat your deck, the questions of whether you should oil, stain or paint may be looming over you. Head into your nearest Paint Place store to get expert advice from one of our Paint Place specialists to select the right option for you and your deck, and in the meantime, make sure you’re;
Regularly sweeping the deck to remove debris such as leaves, making sure they don’t stick to the decking
Lightly wash the deck every month with water and a mild soap
Consider wearing clean shoes on the deck to keep it free of the oils from your skin
Deep-clean and pressure wash the deck every two months to get rid of built-up dirt and dust
Cleaning timber finishes such as doors, skirting boards, and external columns may be a little more difficult than sweeping, but it’s important to ensure you’ve protected the wood with expert advice and products from Paint Plce.
Regularly dust and wipe with a damp microfibre cloth, at least every two weeks
Protect with the right products, including oils or stains
Be mindful of grabbing the finishes with bare hands as the oils from your skin can transfer
Furniture is a more difficult affair as you aren’t at liberty to be not touching tables, desks, and chairs. As much as you can, ensure that you are
Not using products on the furniture that can scratch the surfaces
Clean regularly, with a special focus on removing food residue
Use protective covers such as placemats when touching the surface
Dust and clean regularly
There you have it! An easy guide on how to care for your wood products. Make sure you head in-store to get some expert advice on the best products to use on your wood!