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Ronseal Fence life Tudor black oak Matt Opaque Shed & fence treatment 9L
You can apply this opaque shed and fence treatment from the Ronseal Fence life range to all rough sawn sheds and fences, using a brush, to colour and provide protection. It takes 1 hour to dry and will cover up to 6 m² per litre on average.
- Colours and protects rough sawn sheds and fences
- Protects rough sawn sheds and fences from rain, frost, snow and sun
- For use on:All rough sawn sheds and fences
Features and Benefits
Ronseal one coat Fence Life gives colour and protection to all rough sawn sheds and fences in just one coat
- Colours and protects rough sawn wood
- 100% rainproof in 1 hour
- Keeps its colour for up to 2 years
- Protects wood from greying
- Can be applied using a brush or sprayer
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.
|Colour description||Tudor black oak|
|Coverage||Up to 6 m² per litre|
|Drying time||1 hour|
|Recoat time||4 hours|
|Paint/Stain/Varnish base||Water based|
|Touch dry time||1 hour|
Once again NOT one coat!
scl11 - 1 month ago
Does not do what it says on the tin! Am tempted to return it. 2 coats on previously stained wood and i'm on the 3rd for new wood and its still got a sheerness to it.
Not one coat but still good
Garry C - 5 months ago
No its not one coats but its a low cost paint, I was happy with the colour and coverage after three coats.
Going from natural timber to matt black was never going to be a one coat job.
Not one coat!!
DennyB - 6 months ago
Not as good as old formula which was more like a gel consistency and a better 'black' this version is more that a dirty brown/grey and has a runnier consistency similar to that of cheap emulsion - taken at least 3 coats to fully cover.
Not 1 coat as described
inflightmovie - 8 months ago
This is not 1 coat on previously treated panels, 2nd coat and the old stain is still burning through.
On untreated panels this is a 2 coat treatment