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Flood CWF Oil Review
Flood CWF Oil Review

Flood CWF Oil Review

Important Note:  This is our 2nd review for Flood CWF UV5. See our first review here: Flood CWF5 Oil Review

  • Premium oil finish ideal for newer, less weathered wood
  • Adds minimal color and highlights the natural wood grain
  • Penetrating formula protects against moisture damage
  • Mildew-resistant finish won’t crack, peel or flake
  • Clear Tint Base can be custom-matched to most wood tones while maintaining the wood’s natural look
  • Apply quickly with a pump or airless sprayer, or brush or roll on
  • Features Penetrol®, which penetrates and protects wood from the inside out, ensuring long-lasting performance

Flood CWF5 Oil Stain Scores (1-10)

Appearance After Initial Stain Application: 8

– The Flood CWF-UV5 had a nice rich color when applied to the ACQ Pine decking. Golden with a hint of orange color. Knots were a little lighter in color than the rest of the deck but, that is normal for a true oil based stain. Grain was highlighted well.

Preventing UV Graying at 2 Year Mark: 7

– Color retention was decent. Flooring lost about 30% color, but railings retained much of the original color.

Wear/Tear and Peeling: 7

– No peeling, but there was wearing around the high traffic areas.

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*This is first and foremost a help site from our experience as wood restoration contractors. All stain and prepping manufacturer directions were followed with our reviews and ratings. We offer no guarantee of similar results. Take inconsideration that wood and deck stain results may differ due to prepping procedures, different wood types, exposure to UV radiation, natural weathering, etc.