Armourflex UV Protection Oil

Starting From £35.00 Inc. VAT

Starting From £35.00 Inc. VAT
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Armourflex provides customers with a market-leading UV protection oil designed to nourish your timbers and keep the natural colours looking like new, for longer.

  • Premium blend with UV stabilising technology
  • Designed to protect against weathering and UV damage
  • Deeply nourishes and hydrates the exterior of your home
  • Slows greying and deterioration
  • Water repellent
  • No flaking or peeling

Delivery estimated from £9.50 with a 1-7 day lead time.

Armourflex UV Protection Oil

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Timber Protection With Armourflex

Armourflex UV Oil is a superior protective coating designed to protect and nourish the timbers used within your garden. The oil is formulated with advanced UV stabilising technology, which offers superior protection from harmful UV rays, water damage, mould growth, and weathering.

The natural oils penetrate deep into the wood fibres, sealing them against moisture and sun damage while locking in vital nutrients for a natural, healthy appearance.

Application is a simple process, allowing you to easily apply the oil and get long-lasting protection. The oil is best applied in early autumn or towards the end of spring for optimal results.

Contact our team today at 0161 762 5362 for more information.

 

Armourflex UV Oil provides customers with impressive UV resistance that lasts for years.

Armourflex Benefits

 

UV Protection:?The careful balance of UV absorbers and antioxidants captures the damaging UV rays from the sun, helping to prevent fading, cracking, and ageing of your wooden surfaces.

Premium Blend:?The premium blend of natural oils, waxes, and resins provides deep protection and enhances the natural beauty of the wood, leaving it with a natural-looking finish.

Bacteria-Resistant:?The advanced technology helps resist the growth of mould, bacteria, and algae.

Long-Lasting:?Armourflex UV Oil is designed to last up to two years with minimal maintenance required.

Environmentally Friendly:?The oil contains no harsh chemicals or pollutants, making it a safe and eco-friendly choice for use on fence panels, gates and timber furniture within your property.

Easy Application:?The Oil is easy to apply and doesn’t require any special skills. It can also be applied manually or with a machine.

Water Repellent:?The advanced water-repellent technology lifts the surface tension of water, causing it to bead off quickly and easily. This helps reduce condensation build-up and moisture retention.

Cost-Effective: Using Armourflex Ultimate UV Protection Oil is a smart investment in the maintenance of your home. The oil’s weather-resistant properties and long-lasting protection ensure that you won’t have to spend money on frequent repairs.

Armourflex Features

UV Protection

Armourflex UV Protection Oil is formulated with advanced UV stabilising technology, which offers superior protection for the home's exterior against harmful UV rays.

Armourflex UV oil is easy to apply and protects timbers for years.

Water Repellent

Armourflex creates a strong and durable barrier on the wood's surface that is highly resistant to moisture and water penetration.

Mould & Algae Resistance

The oil contains a biocide which helps prevent the growth of mould spores on wood surfaces.

Armourflex Ultimate UV Protection Oil offers superior protection with minimal maintenance required.

Low-Maintenance

Armourflex Ultimate UV Protection Oil offers superior protection with minimal maintenance required.

Environmentally Friendly

Armourflex UV Oil contains no harsh chemicals or pollutants, making it a safe and eco-friendly choice for protecting your home's exterior.

Cost effective

Armourflex is a cost-effective solution for protecting the exterior of your home and preventing damage from occurring such as fading, discolouration, cracking, warping.

Armourflex UV Protection FAQs

Below are some of the most popular questions that we get asked daily. Please get in touch with us directly if you require further info or have other questions.

How long does protection last?

The amount of wear and tear on the wood depends on the degree of exposure to sun, rain, and frost. The product has been tested in the UK under the harshest conditions, with a 45?C sun-facing wall that is fully exposed.

Our test pieces receive maximum UV exposure, as well as exposure to British rain and frost, which necessitates re-coating them once a year. However, it is uncommon for exterior joinery to be positioned at a 45?C angle and typically there is some shade at certain times of the day.

A more practical estimate is that re-coating will likely be necessary every two years for most situations. It is recommended to conduct this maintenance in early Autumn or after the last Spring frost.

How do I apply Armourflex Ultimate UV Protection Oil?

Applying the Armourflex Ultimate UV Protection Oil is easy. Simply follow the instructions on the can, and apply the oil evenly using a brush or roller. You should avoid applying the oil in direct sunlight or on a surface that’s too hot to touch.

Is Armourflex Ultimate UV Protection Oil safe for the environment?

Yes, Armourflex Ultimate UV Protection Oil is safe for the environment. The oil contains no harmful chemicals and is made with natural ingredients, making it an eco-friendly choice for your home’s exterior.

Mould has appeared on the wood. How can I remove this?

Although black mould does not harm wood, it can be unpleasant to look at. To get rid of it, clean the affected area using a soft-bristled brush and clean in the direction of the grain, using our Mould and Mildew Cleaner.

To lower the chances of mould spores growing on wood surfaces, it is recommended to clean the wood with Mould and Mildew Cleaner prior to coating. Even though this product includes a biocide that can stop surface mould growth, it may not be effective enough if the amount of mould spores is extremely high, for instance, in consistently damp environments. The product can also gradually deteriorate with exposure to weather, so it is advisable to apply regular maintenance coats to the surface.

How do I prep the timber for treatment?

In order to prepare the timber for treatment with Armourflex UV Oil, it is important to clean the surface of dirt, grime or mould and allow it to dry completely before applying the oil. Use a sponge, warm water and mild detergent to scrub the wood surface.

Once done, rinse clean with fresh water and leave it to dry before applying the oil. For best results, apply two coats of the oil allowing each coat to dry completely before applying the next layer. This will ensure maximum coverage and protection of your wood surfaces.

How do I apply the oil?

Armourflex UV Oil can be applied using a brush, roller or sprayer. Apply one coat and allow it to dry completely before applying the second layer for maximum effectiveness. Make sure to avoid applying too much oil as this could block the pores of the wood, resulting in an uneven finish. Once applied, use a cloth to wipe off any excess oil. Allow the two layers to dry before using. This will ensure maximum coverage and protection of your wood surfaces.

Please note: We strongly suggest doing a small test on a specific area to ensure that you are satisfied with the final appearance as the surface may darken depending on the type of timber used. However, this usually fades away over time as the product cures.

How do I maintain the timbers?

We recommend applying a maintenance coat every 12 to 24 months or upon the first signs of weathering to maintain the oil’s effectiveness. It is important to properly clean and prepare the surface with our mould and mildew cleaner before applying a maintenance coat. After cleaning, allow the wood surface to dry completely before applying a new layer.

How can I remove tacky sections and/or white milky marks?

If a milky film is visible on sections of the timber or the oil is tacky on the surface after application, it could mean that there was too much oil applied or that the timber was damp upon application. This can be easily remedied by using a clean cloth and white spirits to gently wipe off the excess oil. Allow the treated area to dry completely before applying a second coat.

It is important to avoid applying too much oil as this could block the pores of the wood, resulting in an uneven finish.

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