Woodoc Wood Shades

Woodoc Wood Shades

Woodoc Colours are formulated to be added to CLEAR Woodoc Sealers, ensuring easy and controlled application. The Woodoc Colours range of Brights, Fashion Shades and Wood Shades provide endless décor possibilities.

These Colours are recommended for mixing in any Clear Woodoc Products. They are compatible right across the entire range of Woodoc products.

  • Features

    • 22 Fashion Shades
    • 7 Bright Colours
    • 8 Wood Shades


    It is therefore easy to transform a white piece of pine timber to resemble Mahogany or oak. It is also simple to create colours and nuances of choice.

    The big advantage is that in ONE single operation, it is possible to SEAL and STAIN.

  • Mixing Rate

    The recommended rate is

    • 1 x 20 mils for 1 litres of Clear
    • 1 x 100 mils for 5 litres of Clear to reach the standard colour
    • The colours are transparent, each additional coat intensifies the chosen colour finish.
    • As much as 3 times the recommended dosage may be mixed into any Clear Woodoc product to create a much denser colour.
    • However, if the customer likes the transparent colour and density after the first coat, another two coats of CLEAR non-coloured product may be used to complete the 3-coat application process.

How Woodoc Supercedes All Coating Alternatives


Binds with the wood: Because Woodoc penetrates into the wood it binds with it, becoming part of the wood’s surface.


Woodoc works in harmony with the wood allowing it to breathe naturally just like bark, helping to combat ageing and deterioration.


Doesn’t Crack – Biodegrades: The Woodoc coating doesn’t get brittle with age but stays in harmony with the wood and biodegrades at the end of its cycle. 


Easy Maintenance and Re-sealing: All that a Woodoc-treated surface requires when renovating is:



*Solvent Based Sealers: to be cleaned down with steel wool and mineral turpentine, then resealed with appropriate sealer. Remove dust and loose particles. 


*Water-Borne Sealers: to be sanded lightly with fine sandpaper to key the surface and ensure proper binding between the old and new layers. Remove dust and loose particles.