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Cuprinol 5 Year Ducksback Silver copse Matt Shed & fence treatment 5L
You can apply this shed & fence treatment from the Cuprinol 5 Year Ducksback range to , using a brush or roller, to colour and provide protection. It takes 2-4 hours to dry and will cover up to 5m² per litre on average.
- Colours & weatherproofs
- Wax enriched water repellency
Features and Benefits
- Protection for 5 years
- Shower proof in 1 hour
- Non-drip easy application
- Wax enriched water repellent
- Rich Colour
Health and Safety
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|Range||5 Year Ducksback|
|Colour description||Silver copse|
|Coverage||Up to 5m² per litre|
|Drying time||2-4 hours|
|Recoat time||2-4 hours|
|Paint/Stain/Varnish base||Water based|
|Touch dry time||1 hour|
|Application||Brush or roller|
The best thing I’ve ever done
pjones87 - 1 month ago
I’ve been making over my garden and wanted to change the horrible blue fence with green mould patches. I didn’t think it would cover the stains but this paint is the best I’ve ever used. I wanted a dark grey colour and it’s perfect. Dried fast and matt like it says covered every stain and hardly dripped as it’s so thick and such good quality. The colour has lifted my garden from dated to modern, and after breaking my back doing over 100ft, I must say it looks amazing. I would recommend this paint to anyone looking for a nice dark grey colour.
Definitely Not Blue!!
The Greedy Greek - 6 months ago
The discussions surrounding the colour of this paint will continue to roll on it seems like the blue or black dress that recently went viral.
I have painted 11 panels and it most definitely is not blue. Its a fantastic colour a sort of gun metal and has completed transformed the back garden. I am very, very pleased and will now be painting the rest of the garden fence panels using the same colour too.
Our fence panels put the neighbours drab brown panels to shame...
I can supply photos if requested.
Who143 - 6 months ago
Yes I read the reviews and noted the comments that the colour was blue but I went ahead anyway with "Silver Copse". I figured that a grey with a hint of blue wouldn't be to bad even if it wasn't the SILVER/GREY that I had assumed from the colour name and the picture on the tin.
How wrong I was to ignore those reviews!!! The finished shed is not grey with a hint of blue; it's just blue, screaming blue in all it's glory.
Local kids are asking if I can take them to see the Darleks in my TARDIS. It's not funny; I am stuck with this joke until next Spring.
Be warned...BELIEVE THE REVIEWS - It's BLUE.
On the plus side, yes it's easy to apply and clean brushes. However, I used an awful lot as I found myself applying an ever thickening coat in a desperate attempt to combat the blue that has started to appear as it dried. (my tactic failed, rather expensively as I had to open the second tin that I had hoped I wouldnt need). The second coat only served to enhance the blue to an even deeper shade so I wont be bothering with a third coat.
Excellent colour and coverage
Elto - 7 months ago
Love they colour,silver grey.Painted new fence and older fence that was brown and it covered both very evenly.Was very easy to use. Has transformed the garden making it look more contempory.Excellent all round product.
Colour not grey/silver copse but blue!
Anonymous - 7 months ago
After much consideration I decided to paint my new fence silver copse. The first coat appeared slightly blue but next morning I set to to apply the second coat,,now it is really blue and my partner wants me to paint it again, grey. I am sorely disappointed as I have spent 8 hours carefully painting this fence expecting the result to be like the pictures and the sample I was shown at B&Q.