Deepld Cuprinol Garden Furniture Restorer 1L:Deepld
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Cuprinol Garden Furniture Restorer 1L:Deepld

Cuprinol
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Cuprinol Published in October 16, 2018, 11:07 am
 Cuprinol Garden Furniture Restorer 1L:Deepld

Cuprinol Garden Furniture Restorer 1L:Deepld

Price:£12.73+ Free shipping with Donald-trump Prime

Andy
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Andy Reply to on 20 July 2015
Our furniture is oiled annually but last cleaned about 5 years ago, using the furniture manufacturer’s cleaner. It is left in the open most of the summer (covered if prolonged period of rain is forecast) but covered in the autumn until the following spring. The furniture looked like the 1st attached photo before starting – the shine is from the layer of water lying on the surface after a rain shower.

The instructions for the Cuprinol Garden Furniture Restorer states to apply liberally with a paintbrush and work into the surface using a mild abrasive or stiff bristle brush, leave for 15 minutes maximum and then wash off the restorer. A 2nd treatment with the restorer did not seem to make much difference. To clean off the majority of the discolouration it needed more than this. I used a green nylon pot scourer, dipped in the restorer, and had to rub hard along the grain (not across the grain as this will raise the surface and make it rough). After it was dry, the 2nd & 3rd photos show the result before applying furniture oil.

To protect the wood I used Cuprinol Ultimate Hardwood Furniture Oil. This was applied using a paint brush and then lightly worked into the grain with a soft (oily) cloth. Two coats were sufficient for the table frame but the table top, which had taken the brunt of the weathering needed 3 ~ 4 coats before the oil stopped soaking into the wood and left a sheen on the surface after a couple of hours drying. The 4th & 5th photos shows the finished result while the 6th & 7th ones shows the beads of water on the surface after overnight rain.

Only time will tell weather Cuprinol Ultimate is better than the standard Cuprinol Oil I have used previously to protect the surface.

Note: The chairs in the 1st photo have not yet been done – they will take a lot more hard work to clean them.
Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 29 May 2017
Really made a difference to my tired garden furniture. Painted it on and gave it a good scrub with a stiff, short bristled brush, then oiled with teak oil. After the Cuprinol and teak oil, furniture went from flakey grey to pretty close to its former glory. Arrived next day as expected. Great product, great service.
Anthony White
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Anthony White Reply to on 22 July 2017
Does what it says on the tin really did a good job and refurbished my garden furniture like new
susieq
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susieq Reply to on 27 August 2018
Quite a performance but they did clean up well I think you would have to do it twice to get a really good outcome but was good enough for what I wanted
G. M. Bird
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G. M. Bird Reply to on 6 June 2018
Works well
MRS S.
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MRS S. Reply to on 3 June 2018
A good product when used with plenty of elbow grease!
Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 8 July 2018
It works well with a little bit of elbow grease. My furniture was ready for a topcoat in no time.
TAC45
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TAC45 Reply to on 10 January 2015
Does a great job, I had a teak garden chair given to me as scrap, it had been neglected for years, this easily and quickly restored it to almost brand new.....
simon churcher
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simon churcher Reply to on 10 January 2017
Doesn't work as well as thought it would
JALFC
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JALFC Reply to on 28 August 2018
good
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