Cornis Oil (500ml)
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Alexander Rose Cornis Oil (500ml) is a protective micro-porus coating designed to allow the base timber to breathe. Applying Cornis Oil will enhance the appearance of your furniture giving it a rich colour and finish. Helps restore furniture from the Cornis collection's timber back to its original brownish colour.
Alexander Rose Manufactures garden furniture which will last for many years. Over time, as part of the natural weathering process, cracks and splits will appear in the wood, particularly on the end grain and to a lesser extent on the surface. The drier the wood, the more cracks will appear due to the evaporation of natural oils and minerals in the wood from exposure to the elements. As with most hardwoods, this is a normal characteristic for any timber which remains outdoors.
Alexander Rose's timber furniture is designed with this in mind and its strength and durability will remain unaffected. Wooden furniture can be treated with our specially formulated care products to give a beautiful rich finish and enhance the look of the wood. Alternatively it can be left to turn a mellow silver/grey, and should be cleaned occasionally with soapy water.
Mid Ulster is one of Alexander Rose's largest retailers in Ireland sharing the ethos of quality and service to our Customers. The Mid Ulster Team understand the full range of Alexander Rose garden furniture and can provide sound advice on any questions you may have.
Suitable to use with the following Alexander Rose Collections
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Ensure all surfaces of timber are thoroughly cleaned prior to treatment, using Alexander Rose Timber Cleaner to remove all traces of dirt, stains or black fungal growth. heavily weathered furniture may require sanding down to recover the appearance of the original surface.
Apply evenly with a cloth. Over application could encourage black fungal growth. Do not apply onto damp or wet timber and always allow to dry out thoroughly. Wait at least 2 months before applying a further coat. Follow preparation instructions.
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