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Bartoline Dark brown Matt Creocote wood treatment 4L
You can apply this creocote wood treatment from Bartoline to , using a brush, spray or dipping methods, to colour and provide protection. It takes 48 hours to dry and will cover 9 m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Wood
- Ensure that all timbers are structurally sound, dry & free from surface growths. Care should be taken to protect valuable plants & foliage during application. Timbers previously treated with Creosote, Creosote Substitute or a solvent based wood preservative will readily accept re-treatment with Bartoline Creocote. Sealed or painted timbers must be stripped back to bare wood before coating with this product.
Features and benefits
- Provides excellent surface water repellence and restricts weather damage
- Improves grain definition
- Ready to use, no mixing required
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Recoat time||48 hours|
|Application method||Brush, dipping or spray|
|Number of coats||1|
|Resistant to mould||Mould resistant|
|Resistant to water||Water resistant|
|Suitable use type||Fencing, sheds & trellis|
Anonymous - 1 year ago
Went on easy got great advice from staff member on how to use
Does what it says on the label
Jaaaaaaaa9 - 1 year ago
I have a large garden, and the fence was desperately needing to be done. I choose to mix this with old engine oil. It goes a lot further, and the oil helps big time. Great stuff.
Rickenbacker - 1 year ago
I have used this product for a number off years easy to apply soaks in, does not peel off, my fence and gate in my opinion are the nicest in the street, the more coats you put on over the years looks better
Steve119 - 2 years ago
Used before when I have bought from a famous out of town shopping centre near Newton Abbot Devon at just over half what B and Q charge.. However this retailer had run out so I had to buy from B and Q Newton Abbot at almost twice the price.
Why so expensive B and Q? No wonder you can start sending me money off vouchers etc !!
Product should be put on thinly I would suggest. It can be slow drying and leaves a surface oily residue for a couple of days.Watch your clothes !! It also only lasts about one season when you will notice it is going thin in places on timber.
However it lasts longer than all these water based so called outdoor wood treatments which can also be surprisingly pricey and arent weather resistant in my opinion.
Not B and Q's fault but lowering the VOC level in these solvent based timber treatments means that they just arent as effective anymore but thats what you get with all these fancy eco agreements we are signed up to.
Somer - 3 years ago
Painted my shed and fences last year went over all twice shed and most of my fences of gone green they look awful