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PLANT OIL TECHNOLOGY

THE BOTTOM LINE

As well as its superior timber protection, Ecowoowoil's Plant Oil Technology will have a significant impact on your Wallet, your Health and our Environment.

Simpler and Less Costly Maintenance

Unlike other Timber Finishes which leave a plastic film on the timber’s surface, there is no need to sand back your timber between applications to remove any eroded film. Recoating another brand's worn plastic film without sanding means the new film will be particularly vulnerable in areas where the old coat has fractured, contributing to moisture capture and Wet Rot. Sanding decks can also mean extra damage to the timber due to punching in the nails that looked so good when the deck was new. Rejuvenating your timbers is very simple with Ecowoodoil, and requires no expensive and potentially harmful chemicals. Not having to sand back between applications will save you a substantial amount of time and money over the life of your timber.

Longer Lifespan for your Timbers

Due to the integrity of its barrier and its penetration below the timber's surface, Ecowoodoil will still protect the timber long after the plastic film left by other Timber Finishes would have eroded away. Of course, to keep the surface of your timber looking new, we recommend an additional application to external timbers every 6 months to two years, depending on the environment the timber is exposed to.

Save Money by buying in Cost Effective Sizes

Unlike most other Timber Finishes using Synthetic Polymers, the natural oils used in Ecowoodoil will not form a “skin” in the can when it is stored for more than one application. This allows customers to purchase Ecowoodoil in more cost effective quantities.

Your Family's Health and Safety

The Health and Safety Risks from using natural plant oils are far lower than those from Synthetic Polymer and Petroleum Distillate derivatives. See our section on what IS and more importantly what is NOT in Ecowoodoil. We strongly suggest consulting the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for any timber finish being considered.

Better for our Environment

Ecowoodoil is made from 100% environmentally sustainable ingredients that are often the bi-product of another manufacturing process. Most other Timber Finishes use synthetic polymers made from increasingly scarce fossil fuels. A considerable part of our production process takes place outside our factory - in living plants and trees - using Solar power (Photosynthesis). This makes them 100% climate neutral, because over their complete life cycle they bind exactly the sum of CO2 that is set free during their eventual biological degradation.