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Ronseal Autumn brown Fence & shed Wood preserver 5
You can apply this shed & fence preserver from Ronseal to , using a brush, to colour and provide protection. It takes 24 hours to dry and will cover up to 8 m² per litre on average.
- Preservers & protects.
- Suitable for Wood
- Make sure the wood surface to be painted is clean, dry & free from dirt, dust & grease.
Features and benefits
- Colours, waterproofs & protects against rot and decay
Health and safety
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|Recoat time||24 hours|
|Number of coats||3|
|VOC level||Very high|
|Resistant to water||Waterproof|
|Instructions for care||Wash brushes out in white spirit or brush cleaner.|
|Suitable use type||Fence & shed|
Russ 64 - 1 year ago
Bought to preserve my shed, enough to treat it with three coats and went on well as well as looking very good. Time will tell whether it protects from the elements!
G8ENK - 2 years ago
Does as it says on the tin. Only time will tell the result.
Does the job
fencing instructor - 3 years ago
Bought this about 4-5 weeks ago to coat new fence panels. I suspect the area on the tin which the contents will cover is a little optimistic but these were new panels so may be more absorbent. No real complaint in this regard. more important that the preservative works like it is supposed to so time alone will tell...
Excellent summerhouse treatment.
George 38 - 3 years ago
I bought this product to treat a summerhouse. I found it very easy to apply and am very pleased with how it soaked into the wood and gave a very even colour finish.
Munchkin1 - 3 years ago
Bought Ronseal Autumn Brown preserver which is a lovely colour only downside is because it's a preserver it's very watery and goes everywhere when pouring it out of the can. Needs a spout of some sort for more accurate pouring and needs a really good mix before each use.I made sure the cap was secure then before each use turned can upside down for 5 mins or so then shook can vigorously.Didn't go on well with normal thick bristled fence brush, just seemed to run off bristles so I used a 2" nylon paint brush, yes it took ages but seemed to hold more preserve and made it easier to paint. I found 2 coats was good but 3 looked better, this was on new fence panels.