How to remove Decking Oil on painted weatherboard?

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    Default How to remove Decking Oil on painted weatherboard?

    Hi everyone, first timer here! I made the rookie mistake of using a sheepskin pad to re-oil my deck (using Cabots Aqua Deck) and managed to mark the bottom weatherboard with oil (not very accurate applicator/operator, it turns out)
    Can anyone give me tips on how to remove the oil without damaging the painted surface on the boards?
    Any assistance gratefully received.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellamy View Post
    Hi everyone, first timer here! I made the rookie mistake of using a sheepskin pad to re-oil my deck (using Cabots Aqua Deck) and managed to mark the bottom weatherboard with oil (not very accurate applicator/operator, it turns out)
    Can anyone give me tips on how to remove the oil without damaging the painted surface on the boards?
    Any assistance gratefully received.

    It would be simpler to touchup the weatherbord with paint.
    Regards,
    Blocker.

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    Agree. The aquadeck is acrylic, not oil or oil based so just go over it with the house paint

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blocker View Post
    It would be simpler to touchup the weatherbord with paint.
    Regards,
    Blocker.
    Thanks - will give it a go!

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    Thanks so much

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