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GoodHome Colour it Missouri 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|
Very poor product
Lisaapples - 6 days ago
Colour is not black. More of a dark grey. You will need about 5 coats to even see abit colour.
Paint is very very watery too so lots of drips
Definitely not black
Emz58 - 2 months ago
Bought two 9L tubs of this supposedly black fence paint, it’s definitely not black and it’s awful watered down paint. Took both tubs back for a refund
This is not black!
Bugchick - 3 months ago
I bought this in advance and was all set to paint a set of wooden gates on Easter Sunday so was very disappointed to discover when I opened it, it was obviously grey and not black. And because it was Easter Sunday the stores were closed and I couldn't go and pick up another tub of a brand that was actually the correct colour - incredibly frustrating. I used it to paint the back of my shed that is Cuprinol Urban Slate on the the other three sides but back had not been done, and it matched exactly. Very patchy, will need several coats.
Anonymous - 4 months ago
It's very cheap with mixed reviews. So a test area came up well. So all fence panels were pressure washed, dried, then broomed off and we went for it. Two coats at least required. There is some patchiness in places probably due to panel weathering but we haven't got a third coat in us for this many panels.
Bjsimkiss - 4 months ago
Used my electric air sprayer.. A little wet, runny, so best to use thin coats and let it dry in between. Minimum three coats.
Iv use both this and the big brand.. and both needed several coats. Would recommend .