Exterior Wood Oil

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Water-based oil for outdoor wood

  • Provides a strong water and dirt-repellent surface
  • Enhances the natural colour and grain of the wood
  • Contains UV filter and protects the wood from deterioration
  • Thick viscosity - no dripping - easy to use
  • Provides an open-porred, breathable surface
  • Fast-drying

*The wood sample is shown on pressure impregnated pine

25 ML
750 ML
2.5 L
3 L
5 L

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50 g/l, maximum VOC content (A/f (WB)): 130 g/l.


1.00-1.10 g/ml.

Shelf life:

3 years

Application Temperature:

+15-30°C and approx. 50% air humidity.


8-12 m²/L


Natural, Teak, Black, Larch, Bangkirai, Grey, Walnut, Anthracite, White, Stone Grey, Thunder Grey, Merbau, Hazelnut

Cleaning of tools:

Use warm water


+10-25°C. Keep out of reach of children. Do not expose to heat (e.g. sunlight). Store frost-free during winter and cool during summer.


750 ML, 2.5 L

Non-slip (DIN 51130):



25-30 Sec. DIN Cup 4



Moisture content:

The moisture content of the wood must not exceed 17%.



Solid content:


Light use:

24 hours at 20°C


Please note that Exterior Wood Oil in the black, anthracite and walnut colour are recommended to be finished with a coat of Exterior Wood Oil Natural to avoid excess colour coming off (for furniture).

Fully hard:

24-48 hours at 20°C


Repeat the oil treatment when required.

Exterior Wood Oil is to be used outdoors for basic treatment and maintenance of new and previously oiled wood surfaces such as decks, garden furniture, cladding etc. The special water-based composition of oil components ensures that the product is water-dilutable and friendly to the environment. The oil enhances the natural colour and grain of wood. Exterior Wood Oil Natural is recommended to enhance the natural colour structure of the wood. For rejuvenating of old wood surfaces, the pigmented oils are ideal as they recreate the original colour of the wood. A change of colour of the deck is also possible by applying e.g. the grey, anthracite or black oil.


Products in use

Always remember to test on a less visible spot to check the compatibility of the surface with the product.

  1. Clean new wood surfaces as well as old surfaces with Exterior Wood Cleaner before starting the oil treatment.
  2. Then leave the wood to dry for at least 24 hours so that the humidity is not above 17%. Sand down any rough wood fibres with sandpaper,120-150 .
  3. Make the application in dry weather only, min. 13°C. Avoid direct sunlight and high temperatures.
  4. Stir the Oil carefully before and during use. Container with different batch numbers should be mixed before use to avoid differences in shade and gloss.
  5. Apply an even and thin coat of oil with a brush or WOCA Oil Applicator. Treat the end grain wood first. The wet oil may have a white shade. When the water has evaporated after a few minutes, the wood will appear oiled.
  6. Wipe off any excess oil with clean cotton cloth after no more than 5 minutes. Take particular care of removing excess oil from joints and grooves.
  7. If the surface does not appear saturated with oil, repeat steps 5 and 6.
  8. When the wood is dry, it may be polished with a polishing pad or polishing machine to ensure an extra hard-wearing surface.
  9. It takes 24-48 hours at 20°C for the oil to harden thoroughly, depending on weather conditions and outdoor temperature. The wood must not be exposed to water during this period.
Please use WOCA Exterior Wood primer on wood that has not been pressure-impregnated incl. larch. When applied around swimming pools and in areas where chemical is used, it may be necessary to re-oil on a more frequent basis.