Our NEW Verdant is our greenest green, with a moderate yellow tinge it symbolises new growth while being a very grown up and sophisticated shade. Created in collaboration with Jacqueline Mercer from @tinyandthehouse we can visualise use of this pigment rich colour in lush gardens where it will layer and add texture, or perhaps just used as a backdrop for beautiful planting. Royal Verdant is the new black for garden design.
"This is a beautiful modern green for the garden, a green that creates a calm, restorative and serene feeling. Verdant strikes the balance of a fresh new take on green but being undoubtedly timeless. This will create the perfect backdrop for colourful flowers." Jacqueline @tinyandthehouse
Quick-drying water based product that is robust and hard wearing. High performance luxurious product that protects against mould and prevents splitting. Easy to apply with good penetration and excellent colour retention.
• Window Frames
• Summer Houses
• Garden Furniture
• External Timbers and Cladding
• Long-lasting protection
• Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)
• Low odour
• Water-based with linseed oil – natural renewable resource
• Translucent – allows wood grain to show through
• Rich long-lasting colour
• Water resistant with mould and fungal protection
• Microporous high-build coating
Coverage: 1 Litre will cover approximately 8m²
Advice: It is recommended that 2 – 3 coats be applied. If 1 coat is to be applied for a translucent look, apply Royal Clear on top to produce a harder surface finish. Protek Royal is a high-build formulation so each extra coat increases the colour and sheen. If applying to bare timber a knotting agent should be used prior to application. When applied to floorboards a top coat of breathable polyurethane sealant or varnish should be applied to protect against heavy foot traffic.
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.