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Description

This wood stain has been a firm favourite with fencing contractors in the trade because it is a dark brown to match the pressure treated dyes. It is perfect for the continuing maintenance of garden sheds and fencing.

This wood stain can be applied to smooth as well as rough sawn timber – one coat will colour and protect rough sawn timber, two coats will build up a waterproof coating on smooth timber buildings.

A time tested market favourite, Shed & Fence Wood Treatment is a waterproof wood stain that is long lasting and enhances the natural beauty of wood. Protek Shed & Fence treatment is a cost effective wood stain that can be applied to planed (finished) as well as rough sawn timber. This wood stain contains wax additives for the extra protection of a water resistant coating. It is a high-build formulation meaning that each additional coat will increase the depth of the colour, leaving a thicker coating with a richer sheen.

Protek Shed & Fence is a water-based wood stain with very low VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and virtually no odour, making it the ideal choice not only for fencing and sheds but all types of animal housing from chicken coups to kennels.

Protek Shed & Fence wood stain is available in many attractive and natural looking colours that can be applied by using a brush or a low pressure pump up garden sprayer. This product is a safe alternative to Creosote with good eco-credentials. Being water-based means that it is easy to clean up with warm water and detergent, negating the need for white spirit or paint stripping solutions.

Shed & Fence is an economical wood stain offering great coverage at up to 12m² per litre per coat. For fencing one coat will colour and weather-proof with a second coat deepening the shade. For sheds it is recommended that two coats be applied for the first treatment with only one coat needed for future maintenance.