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White Wood Stain

White Wood Stain

£2.52 - £130.50
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Description

This white wood stain creates cool, fresh white tones, seen in abundance at Chelsea this year. Brightening shady corners, white fences and planters are a natural partner for green foliage.

Pure contemporary style or the suburban dream of the white picket fence.

The nature of a wood stain is to allow some of the grain and colour of the timber to show through. So from a white wash to a solid opaque finish if you are painting over other colours or dark timber it may take a few coats to get the effect you are looking for.

Ideal for:
• Fencing
• Sheds
• Trellis
• Summerhouses
• Planters
• Garden Furniture
• Terracotta Pots
• Masonry

Features:
• Protective Coating
• Easy to Apply + Low Odour
• Pet + Plant Friendly
• Multi Purpose
• Water Repellent
• Mould Resistant
• Masonry + Terracotta Pots
• Easy Water Clean Up
• Light, Fast, Quick Drying

Coverage: 1 Litre will cover 8-12m² per coat

Advice: 2 coats are recommended with further coats increasing the solidity of the colour. Wood Stain + Protect is a wood stain coating so will wear off over time. If applying Wood Stain + Protect to a garden building that will be subjected to high levels of exposure to weather, it is recommended that you apply Protek Clear Tough Coat as a top coat.

This is a protective water-repellent coating. If your timber isn't treated with a preservative then depending on the type of wood and product, you may want to use our Wood Preserver ++ first.

For light colours, we recommend using our Stain Blocking Primer to prevent the top coat discolouring from possible tannin bleed.

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