How do I use it?

Areas of use: outside
Smooth Planed Wood
Drying time
15 Minutes

How much do I need?

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10/10 this really does work by First time fixed

We were stunned how well this worked on grey/black table we'd bought second hand last year - now we have a lovely table and chairs that aren't just make do, are lovely and cos 20 quid for this plus brushes. We did seal a few days later so we get 3 year protection but this stuff make the furniture like new!!

Date submitted by: 08 May 2016

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Ronseal Hardwood Garden Furniture Restorer

Our restorer gets your grey wood back to its natural colour. It’s the best prep you can do before putting on a stain or oil – you’ll get a much better finish. Its gel formula is safe to use around your plants and pets, so you don’t have to worry about splashes.

Before You Start

Get your furniture ready. Use a stiff brush to get rid of any dirt.

Using Your Hardwood Garden Furniture Restorer

First, give the tin a good stir. Check you’re happy with the result before you use it, find a hidden area and try it. Get lots of restorer on your brush and coat your furniture. Then scrub it in with a stiff bristle brush. Leave it to work for 15 minutes. Don’t let it dry out, as it won’t work properly. If it does, you’ll need to put another coat on. You’ll then need to give it another scrub. Finally, give it a really good hose down. You should be able to get the job done with one coat. However, very grey wood may need doing again. If you get any restorer on yourself, wash it off with warm, soapy water. To keep your furniture looking its best, leave it to dry for a day or two. Then protect it with one of our stains or oils.

Cleaning Up

Scrape as much restorer off your tools as you can. Then wash them out in warm, soapy water. Don’t pour any left over restorer down the drain or into watercourses. Your local authority may have special ways to get rid of unused products.

Usage Areas: All bare hardwood garden furniture (Teak, Oak, Mahogany etc).
How Do I Apply It?: Brush it on and scrub off with a stiff brush. Once coat should do the job.
Coverage: This 1 litre tin is enough for a garden table and 4 chairs. That's around 6-8mwith one coat.
Dry Time: It works in just 15 minutes.