Howard SunShield Wood Conditioner and Protectant

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Howard SunShield is an easy to apply gel-like specially formulated to protect outdoor wood furniture from cracking, drying and oxidising due to exposure to sun, temperature variations or moisture. This wood conditioner effectively penetrates and replenishes natural oils.

Features and Uses:
- prevents cracking, drying, and deterioration
- maintains the natural beauty and depth of grain
- easy to apply with a gel-like consistency
- does not contain silicone or linseed oil
- polishes outdoor furniture to a soft luster and protects with a coating of natural waxes

It adds extra UV protection to outdoor wood furniture. It is use to keep teak and other tropical hardwood furniture from cracking, drying and oxidizing due to exposure to sun, temperature variations or moisture. It maintains the natural beauty and depth of grain with its unique blend of carnauba wax, beeswax and orange oil. It polishes the outdoor furniture to a soft luster and protects with a coating of natural waxes.

SunShield is the ideal addition for any retailer selling outdoor furniture, furniture supplies or maintenance products.

When to Use?

It should be used regularly, or whenever outdoor furniture looks faded of dry.

SunShield compared to Teak Oil:

Teak oil is usually either linseed oil or tung oil, bolstered by resins to make them more durable. Proprietary teak oils often have various additives, including pigments, UV filters, and mildew retardants.

SunShield penetrates the wood with natural orange oil and mineral oil. It does not contain linseed oil, tung oil or silicone oil. SunShield utilizes natural beeswax and carnauba wax along with a UV inhibitor to help the penetrating oils last longer and to enhance the beauty of the wood. It does not contain any stains or resins.

SunShield may be used over stain and it can be removed from the wood using a teak cleaner - more easily than teak oil containing linseed or tung oil. If it gets on fiberglass (as with boats) it will not harm it or stain it - unlike some teak oils - and it can be cleaned with soap and water or basic boat cleaner.