This subtle grey tone works wonderfully with the natural landscaping of a garden. Suited to fencing, trellis or garden buildings this colour is particularly effective when toned with other shades and colours within the Wood Stain and Protect range.
Fencing, sheds, garden furniture and trellis look good painted in this contemporary grey colour or mix it up with some of the darker coloured wood stains such as Wood Stain and Protect Gun Metal Grey.
Brush, roller or spray on this water based wood stain coating. The waterproof coating is long lasting and protected by film protection that will resist algal and fungal growth.
This top quality garden paint waterproofs, nourishes and protects all types of external timber, providing your garden with all year round colour and protection.
The superior formulation of this product allows it to be applied to terracotta pots and masonry (will adhere to any material that is porous).
So why not have a go and cheer up those tired pots and old walls as well as your fences and shed. Be adventurous and give your garden a complete make over with this versatile product.
• Garden Furniture
• Terracotta Pots
• 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.