Waterlox® MARINE Formula

Waterlox® MARINE preserves the beauty and integrity of outdoor and marine wood projects. Our resin-modified Tung Oil products form a protective and elastic finish against sun/UV rays, harsh weather and moisture exposure. Waterlox® MARINE Finish is available in a satin sheen and high gloss.

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All in One

MARINE Sealer is always a sealer. For a gloss or satin finish, top coat sealer with two coats of MARINE Gloss or Satin Finish.

Sealer Required

Where to Use

Great anywhere exterior wood is exposed to moisture, direct sunlight and UV rays.

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Design Features

Will provide your wood with a warm, amber, finished look.

Do not use on interior projects or interior wood with direct sunlight.

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Product Details
  • Like all of our Tung Oil formulas 90% of the resin portion of the formula is from renewable, natural resources.
  • When used in conjunction with a Waterlox® sealer, our Waterlox® MARINE formula creates a waterproof barrier while forming a protective yet elastic film that is durable against sun/UV rays, harsh weather and moisture exposure.
  • Easier to maintain than other exterior clear or surface finishes.
  • Non-toxic when dry and fully cured.
  • Handcrafted in small batches in Cleveland, Ohio by a 4th generation, family-owned company.
  • Available in gloss and satin sheens.
  • Available in gallon, quart and 2 ounce sizes.
Product Uses & Tips
  • For use on exterior surfaces in direct sunlight/UV.
  • Specially made for boat decks, bright work, spars and other heavy-duty exterior applications, such as exterior doors and garage doors in direct sunlight/UV.
  • Not recommended for use on pressure-treated woods or exterior walking surfaces in direct sunlight, such as an architectural deck.
  • One quart of MARINE sealer or finish covers 125 square feet per coat (500 square feet per coat for one gallon). For more details, view our coverage guide. No thinning required.
  • Minimum dry time of 24 hours between coats. Poor ventilation, high humidity or cool temperatures may increase dry times.


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