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Restol – Excellent protection for exterior timber

Restol™ Wood Oil is multifunctional.
From fencing to garden furniture, from summerhouses to verandas and from bridges to decking, Restol™ Wood Oil is suitable for all your external wood. With a range of more than 13 colours, there is always a colour to suit your needs. Check the colour pages to see if the colour you require is transparent or semi-transparent.

Restol™ Colours

Natural Brown
Dark Mahogany
Red Cedar
Dark Oak
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Ebony Black
Anthracite Grey
Indiana Grey
Light Grey
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Iceland White
Pearl White
Pine Green
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Restol™ Specials

Natural UV Extra
White Wash
Garden Timber Yellow
Hardwood Brown
Garden Timber Green
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Apply Restol Wood Oil

Restol™ Wood Oil is applied in three simple steps. The following step-by-step plan and associated tips will help you get the best results from Restol™ Wood Oil.

Great results in three steps

Additional information


The finish achieved by Restol™ Wood Oil on your garden wood depends largely on several factors.


The kind of wood:
Special types require individual treatment.

Location of the item:
Sun, wind and rain can all affect how Restol™ Wood Oil looks.

All colours contain a specified quantity of pigment, which affects both the finish and durability.

Some maintenance tips:

  • Clean the wood, for example with a (wire) brush and/or high-pressure sprayer.
  • Remove debris and loose items from the surface.
  • Hardwood and untreated wood are often more susceptible to weathering and ageing.
  • We always recommend that you inspect the wood periodically.
  • We recommend that weathered patches be touched up and an entire fresh coat be applied on a regular basis, depending upon the conditions to which the wood is exposed.