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Cuprinol Garden shades Pale jasmine Matt Wood paint, 5L
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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.
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.
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|Application method||Brush, roller or spray|
|Drying time||8 h|
|Recoat time||8 hours|
Overpriced. Needs too many coats
Lukewarmed - 7 months ago
Stupidly I started painting my garden fences with this thinking it was the same paint Id used for another job. It wasn’t. Anyway, three panels in and three coats later I couldn’t go back.
The paint is so running and milky that the wood just drinks it up! And heavens forbid if you leave the paint too long before painting additional coats as the paint dries to a waxy finish repelling more paint.
Two days later some paint had cracked in the sun so needed touching up.
All in all I painted nine 6ftx5ft panels ALL in three coats to get the desired effect costing me a fortune.
Though I must say the finish is good and the colour is nice but this is definitely not single coat paint unless you want a very weak stain effect.
Might as well use milk
Cafgw - 1 year ago
After using the Cuprinol Willow fence paint (which was really good I have to say) I was expecting this to be the same. It is immensely water like despite shaking the living daylights out of the tin to mix it.
I had to apply literally, 5 coats to have something I’m kinda happy with. I am going to buy another paint and paint over this as you can still see the untreated wood and previously painted parts despite 5 coats.
A total waist of money. If I hadn’t have used it all to paint 4 facia boards and a window frame, I’d take it back for a refund.
Not sure if a bad batch given the consistency but reading k er reviews I’d say not. Seriously don’t waste your money and buy another brand.
Small and mighty - 2 years ago
New review required probably because I recommended a different product instead! Basically dont waist your money
Definitely require two coats
NellyCB - 2 years ago
I have painted my entire back garden fence with this and it looks great! It does need two coats though unless you really want the faded look through which you can see most of the wood grain.
Easy enough to apply. A little runny but thats to be expected from a woodstain I think.
May as well try painting your fence with milk
Magurndy - 3 years ago
This stuff is so runny and watery that unpainted wood just absorbs it. It's runs absolutely everywhere and has ruined my freshly painted decking near where I was using it. I now have to repaint that too. You are going to need to apply several coats of this to actually paint the wood, i understand that it is sprayable and hence needs to be thin but this is really hard to use stuff.