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GoodHome Colour it Golden oak Matt Fence & shed Stain, 9L
Add a pop of colour to your garden with GoodHome colour it shed & fence.
- Colours and protects sheds & fences
- Suitable for Rough sawn wood
- Weather-resistant and UV resistant
- Stir well before use. Apply generously using a brush or sprayer. For best results apply 2 coats on rough timber
- 5 years guarantee
Features and benefits
GoodHome shed & fence can be applied with a brush or sprayer and is showerproof in just one hour. It's water based so easy to clean from hands and paint brushes, meaning there's less mess to clean up at the end.
- Protect surfaces from rain and water damage
- Quick-drying and showerproof in one hour
- Use either a brush or sprayer to apply
- Water based treatments are low odour and have low VOC levels
|Drying time||1 h|
|Recoat time||4 hours|
|Application method||Brush or spray|
proberts - 1 month ago
Used this for my fence. Colour is really nice and easy to apply. This is not paint, so it's very thin like water.
A good product
adoronron - 1 month ago
This product was very good and easy to apply and did not get wasted
Better than the reviews
Stevo2021 - 3 months ago
I was very skeptical after reading all the reviews but pleasantly surprised! ITS NOT PAINT! Don’t expect it to be thick colour like paint, what it’s great for is putting a bit of colour back into old grey wood. subtle colour that looks natural. I think for the money it’s brilliant. Didn’t go 5 star as it is very watery so you have to be careful
georgeyboy - 3 months ago
I used this to paint an 8x6' shed. It's great. Don't listen to those complaining that it's like "coloured water" - that is how rough timber stains are supposed to be, so they soak into the wood and protect it.
Good for the price
Teedz - 3 months ago
This has had a few bad reviews but most say this paint is really thin and runny....it's not paint, it's a stain for rough wood so is meant to be runnier than most paints!
It's a little drippy but nothing you can't catch with the brush or a tarp underneath, soaked into the feather edge boards nicely and dried fairly quick. The colour was pretty good to be fair but then we didn't want a really dark one and something close to a new fence. I've added a photo which shows the stain to the left, old fence to the right (silver looking) and the patch in the middle is an area I was taking up paint from with a pressure washer.