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Cuprinol Garden shades Barleywood Matt Wood paint, 5L
You can apply this wood paint from the Cuprinol Garden Shades range to , using a brush, roller or spray, to colour and provide protection. It takes 8 hours to dry and will cover up to 12m² per litre on average.
- Water resistant
- Bare wood should be pre-treated with Cuprinol Wood Preserver Clear (IP) before applying Cuprinol Garden Shades.
Features and benefits
Cuprinol Garden Shades has been specially developed to colour and protect sheds, fences and other garden wood. Its special pigments ensure a rich colour and allow the natural texture of the woodgrain to shine through.
- To colour and protect
- For use on all garden wood
- Brush, roller or spray
- 4 year protection
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.
|Application method||Brush, roller or spray|
|Drying time||8 h|
|Recoat time||8 hours|
Great paint and colour
Mik74 - 2 months ago
Tried ronseal paint and it's very watery, where as Cuprinol Barleywood is a lot thicker and goes on the wood really nice with a very vibrant colour. V happy.
Good but expensive
WobWab - 1 year ago
It doesn't dry to the colour of the swatch on the tin, unfortunately. It's almost royal blue. Takes 2-3 coats on bare wood. Easy to wash off brushes. Touch proof quite quickly, but took 2-3 days for my bench to be dry enough to sit on.
KLM78 - 1 year ago
This is definitely blue, however we love it! Brings something to our dull garden.
Great paint and colour
Anonymous - 1 year ago
Went on really well and is a really nice bright blue. I was worried it looked quite pale in the tin, but finished really nicely. The test will be to see what it looks like after a winter, I suppose. It took 5L to do this area with 2 coats (see pic)
Gazpad - 2 years ago
I am really pleased with the quality of this paint, it has great coverage. The photo shows a second hand Wendy house, painting over old paint, the roof of Wendy house was originally blue and the hand rail was green. After sanding off the worst of the old paint and a few coats, the finish was great.
The best bit is that it’s quick to dry. The down side is that if not painted onto exposed wood / if it’s painted onto a gloss surface, the paint doesn’t form an even coat. This negative point was avoided by carefully preparing the surface with the sander.