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Colours Walnut Satin Woodstain 0.75L

£10
£13.33 per L
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Product Details

Product Information

You can apply this woodstain from Colours to , using a brush, to colour and provide protection. It takes 30 minutes to dry and will cover up to 20 m² per litre on average.

  • Colours & waterproofs exterior wood for all round weather protection
  • Protects against scratches, heat & water

Features and Benefits

  • Rainproof in just 30 minutes

Technical Specifications

BrandColours
Colour descriptionWalnut
Surface finishSatin
CoverageUp to 20 m² per litre
Drying time30 minutes
Recoat time2 hours
LocationExterior
Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
Touch dry time30 minutes
VOC descriptionLow
ApplicationBrush
Paint typeStain
Product code03204641

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3.8 / 5(5 reviews)

DIY JOB SAND AND REPAINT WOODEN FRONT DOOR

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Bonner123 - 10 months ago

I Brought these products abount a month ago as I had to sand and repaint my wooden front door all the products that I brought helped my repair and repaint my front dasy plus I got money off as it was a Diamond Club day aswell

All positive.

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stupidhappypunk - 1 year ago

Goes on well, soaks in nicely, good finish, easy clean up. Recommended.

Lovely rich colour

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Worn out gardener - 1 year ago

Only needed one coat to treat garden bench and now has a lovely rich colour

Walnut Satin Woodstain

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Job Seeker - 1 year ago

I really wanted something a little lighter in colour but it did the job albeit a dark inside of a summer house.

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JBeth - 2 years ago

Like painting with jam. Ghastly finish -even after 3 coats nothing like the walnut colour shown on tin. It is not a stain as it just sits on top of the wood with a kind of plastic finish