Barrettine Teak Oil

  4.9/5.0   133 reviews

You'll need enter area above for 2 coats (Good protection)
You'll need enter area above for 3 coats (Excellent protection)

Wood type and application can vary coverage

  • A natural oil for the treatment of teak garden furniture and other exotic hardwoods
  • Helps to nourish, revive and feed the timber
  • Active ingredients help to combat mildew and algae
  • Preserves the natural beauty of wood
  • Quick and easy to apply
  • Dries to a satin-matt finish
Brand Barrettine
No. of coats 2-3
Coverage Up to 6 per litre
Drying time 24 hrs
Size 250ml, 500ml, 1L, 2L, 5L
MPN OITE.25, OITE.50, OITE001, OITE002, OITE005
GTIN 5015861260017, 5015861260031, 5015861260109, 5015861260208, 5015861260505

Barrettine Teak Oil is also available in a handy Teak Oil Spray, perfect for regular maintenance.

Areas to be treated should be clean, dry and free from traces of dust, dirt, grease, wax and silicone.

Exterior Wood

Bare or Untreated Wood

  1. Clean the wood to be oiled with a stiff broom or brush to remove all traces of surface dirt and debris
  2. For areas affected by mould, algae or moss, use Barrettine Mould and Mildew Cleaner
  3. Treat with a suitable exterior wood preservative for the best protection
  4. If possible, preserve all sides including end grain prior to installation
  5. Wipe down new wood with Meths such as Barrettine Methylated Spirits and allow to dry

Previously Finished Wood

Old coating type finishes such as paints, varnishes and varnish type stains must be fully removed back to bare wood before oiling. Depending on the condition and type of finish, it may require more than one attempt to fully remove the old coating.

  1. Ensure that all 'coating' type finishes have been fully removed to expose bare wood by either jet washing or using a dedicated paint stripper / remover
  2. Old oiled finishes should be lightly sanded or cleaned thoroughly with white spirit
  3. Once the old finish has been completely removed / cleaned, refer to the preparation instructions for bare or untreated wood above

Interior Wood

  1. Existing oiled surfaces can be lightly cleaned if required with a dedicated wood cleaner
  2. Pre-existing varnishes and sealers must be completely removed via sanding or using a suitable product stripper / remover
  3. Use an appropriate wood filler if repairs are required before oiling

Always do a test area before starting any project to check suitability and compatibility. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times.

  1. Apply Barrettine Teak Oil thinly and evenly with a soft, lint-free cloth or a brush
  2. Work the oil into the wood, finishing off in the direction of the wood grain
  3. Remove any excess oil from the surface of the wood after 15 minutes
  4. Allow to dry for 24 hours between coats
  5. Apply additional coats as required, as above

Please Note: Barrettine state that Teak Oil is not recommended for use on Oak. This said however many of our customers have used Teak Oil on Oak and have been happy with the results.

Additional coats of Barrettine Teak Oil can be applied as and when the finish starts to look tired, worn or starts to lose its water resistance. Simply, clean the surface first to remove any traces of dust and dirt then apply a fresh coat of Teak Oil as per the application instructions above.

133 customer reviews

Good value, does the job.

Reviewed 5L on: 08/09/17

Excellent service and amazing product

Reviewed 1L on: 30/08/17
Great product from a great suplier by Paul Norman

As always Wood Finishes Direct have supplied the exact product for the job. Delivered quickly and for a competitive cost. I would have no hesitation in recommending them. I will certainly be using them again.

Reviewed 5L on: 03/08/17

good product,great delivery service

Reviewed 2L on: 23/07/17
Looks great now its been oiled by Mr John White

very very good10

Reviewed 1L on: 24/06/17

good product

Reviewed 500ml on: 19/06/17
Excellent by BRIAN BUSH
Reviewed 2L on: 10/05/17
Easy to apply by Robert Perry

seems to do the job

Reviewed 5L on: 08/05/17
Superb penetration by Martin Pilcher

This easily matches more expensive and refined products. The absorption on hardwood is impressive and it brings out the grain beautifully.

Reviewed 2L on: 11/04/17
Have put two-three coats on my outdoor garden furniture - I await results in a year or two's time! by Tim Gray

Seems fine - very easy to apply. Problem with pouring oil from the 5-ltr tin - it went everywhere! Does not seem to be a way of pouring it into a jar without spillage, and running down the side of the tin. Lovely smell, though!

Reviewed 5L on: 07/04/17
Good consistency for penetration of old and dry timber by Steve Martindale

Good consistency for penetration of old and dry timber.

Reviewed 2L on: 26/12/16
Much thinner than other teak oils by David Gowing

I have used this product on some hardwood gates. It was very thin, which made it easy to apply, but I am concerned that it has not given such a robust surface coating as the previous products I have used on the same gates, so I wait to see whether it is as successful as the others at keeping out the winter wet. Jury is still out!

Reviewed 5L on: 12/09/16
Fabulous product, very pleased had enough to complete a generous coating of large and small five bar gates by Christine Alexander
Reviewed 2L on: 08/09/16
Easy to apply by Mrs A Smith
Reviewed 2L on: 31/08/16
Easy to apply, quick drying, with superb finish by Geoff Edmundson

Barratine teak oil is easy to apply, and quick to dry, resulting in a superb finish. Barratine teak oil has restored the colour and finish of our gates. Highly recommended!

Reviewed 5L on: 14/08/16
Totally satisfactory by Henry Neil Linaker

This excellent oil was sufficiently thin to apply easily, by using a soft bristled brush

Reviewed 2L on: 22/07/16
Excellent service by John Paterson

Quality product.

Reviewed 2L on: 20/07/16
Does what it says on the tin by Dave Hollingworth

Everything as promised, thank you.

Reviewed 5L on: 14/07/16
Very good product, and is very good for outside furniture Can be applied with brush or cloth and gives a great finish by Mr S Howlett

To early too give any information regarding durability, as I have only just used it, but the heavy weather we have recently had, seems to have little impact on the furniture finish.

Reviewed 5L on: 05/07/16
Easy to apply with a brush by David Partridge

Quality product. Not too runny but applies easily.

Reviewed 5L on: 21/06/16