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You can apply this wood preserver from Cuprinol to , using a brush, to provide protection. It takes 1-5 days to dry and will cover up to 5m² per litre on average.
- General purpose preserver that protects wood
- Protects against decay, mould & blue-staining fungi
- Improves the effectiveness of wood treatments such as stains & oils
Features and Benefits
This clear wood preserver is a general purpose preserver for interior or exterior use. It gives deep penetrating protection to sound wood, whilst the low odour formula makes it more pleasant and convenient to use.
- Long lasting protection
- Low-odour formula
- Safe near plants when dry
- Great for use as a basecoat before painting, staining or varnishing
- Protects against woodworm
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.
|Coverage||Up to 5m² per litre|
|Drying time||1-5 days|
|Recoat time||15 minutes|
|Location||Interior & exterior|
Good Preservative for Timber
Roger the Verger - 1 year ago
Seems to be good quality. Sensible and well designed pourer incorporated with tin.
Bee safe. Geddit?
Andrewbeemerry - 1 year ago
I've used this before. I'm a beekeeper and use it on my cedar beehives on alternate year basis. I know it's safe for the bees and presumably other insects too. My garden's full of flowers (for me and the bees!) and I wouldn't use it if I thought it would harm the pollinators. And no hives or bees have deteriorated since being preserved.
inkbot - 1 year ago
I bought this because I had run out of it and neede to coat some outdoor timber to make it last longer.
ghjfdjk - 2 years ago
bought this before gone back for more easy brush on good penetration will have to wait to see results (maybe a few years hopefully ! )
easy to apply
irishangel1106 - 2 years ago
The wood preserver is easy to apply, smells ok and does what it says on the tin.