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13 years 1 month ago #18029 by celt
Just had a cedar door made. the guy who made it recommends Sikkens but a friend of mine who makes cedar garage doors swears by Drydens oil stain. He says it is cheaper and much easier to apply and does the job of sealing the door from the weather. Anyone used either product and let me know their opinion. Door will get lots of weather and yes, I will reoil regularly.

1 kiwi husband, 14 year old boy girl twins. Gave up my beautiful 16 acres north of auckland for 1000m2 in central christchurch! Yikes. Plan to get as much produce out of that 1000m2 as possible.

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13 years 1 month ago #267755 by Rustie
Celt,

i hope you don't mind me asking what sort of door, where from and how much? :o I've been searching for quotes to replace a french door/s that has rotted and you aren't far from me!!! :D

thanks Red x

A good friend will bale you out of jail.
A real friend will be sat in there with you!

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13 years 1 month ago #267762 by Pumpkingirl
I'm afraid I don't know about Drydens, but I do my uncle (a master joiner for 50 years) has never found anything that is as good as Sikkens.

He won't use anything else. Just so you know it's not just your guy recommending it.

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13 years 1 month ago #267770 by celt
Hi rustie. I will pm you.

1 kiwi husband, 14 year old boy girl twins. Gave up my beautiful 16 acres north of auckland for 1000m2 in central christchurch! Yikes. Plan to get as much produce out of that 1000m2 as possible.

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13 years 1 month ago #267771 by celt
thanks pumpkingirl that is a pretty good recommendation!

1 kiwi husband, 14 year old boy girl twins. Gave up my beautiful 16 acres north of auckland for 1000m2 in central christchurch! Yikes. Plan to get as much produce out of that 1000m2 as possible.

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