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Cabot's CFP Floor

Latest review: We sanded down a mezzanine floor last year and coated it with the oil based CFP, over 600 sqm, no problem, one coat, very smooth. Did a floor expansion and new area only 250sqm, CFP application,


Cabot's Natural Decking Oil

Latest review: Oil biased finishes are the only way to go for hardwood decks in Australia. Though they will need to be reapplied every 6-12 months when it stops beading water on the surface Great penetration,


Cabot's Aquadeck

Latest review: Cabot needs to be clear that this product does not bring out the natural rich colours of the timber the way oil based products do. Rather, it changes and dulls the


Cabot's Cabothane Clear

Latest review: This is the most consistent water based varnish for Decoupage, I have some pieces still looking good after 25 years. Interestingly a couple of these, I have used black and white photocopies of my


Cabot's Stain And Varnish

Latest review: Restoring an old table Very fine beautiful grain, Wanted to still see the beautiful wood. Wrong product. This stain is like a sticky thin paint, awful brush strokes and one coat completely hid the


Cabot's Deck & Exterior Stain

Latest review: I just nearly finished my retaining wall with cabot stain and varnish in a maple colour came up great used a 4litre,only problem was it had a white silicone on bottom of tin,used the paint stirred to


Cabot's Benchtop Clear

Latest review: This is fast drying low odour and a great product for my kitchen bench as it is food safe. I applied 3 coats in one day as it is quick drying. Only advice I would give is use a good quality brush (as


Cabot's Deck Clean

Latest review: It works !!! It is a bit of a workout for your muscles but the end result makes it worthwhile. You can actually see some difference while you are doing it, and after it dries you really notice the


Cabot's Timbercolour Deck & Exterior Paint

Latest review: I have a treated pine deck over which I applied Cabot's Aquadeck decking oil. Only in hindsight did I realise that this water based decking oil is less suitable for lightly pigmented timber such as


Cabot's Exterior Clear

Latest review: Excellent self-levelling, slow drying oil based polyurethane in a can. brilliant gloss. very low odour. I would highly recommend this product but the buyer should be mindful of a few things. On


Cabot's Garden Furniture Oil

Latest review: This popular product is really more like an acryllic varnish. It coats the timber rather than "oils" it. The brochure states "Cabot's Garden Furniture Oil Water Based is a highly durable, low odour