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Sadolin Classic Woodstain - Redwood - 1L
Sadolin Classic Woodstain is ideal for use on decking as it is absorbed into the timber and does not build up into a slippery surface.Protection: Provides tough weather protection and offers excellent durability for exterior woodwork.Effect: Long-lasting colour and resists blistering and flaking.Finish: Satin finish.For interior use: No.For exterior use: Yes.Usage: Cladding, decking and other large timber surfaces.Coverage: 1L covers 7 - 12 sq m of planed softwood, 4 - 8 sq m of sawn softwood and 10 - 14 sq m of planed hardwood.Drying time: Touch dry in 4 - 6 hours.Time to recoat: 12 - 24 hours. At low temperatures or high humidity drying times may be extended.Coats recommended: 2.Not suitable for use on surfaces previously coated with a medium or high build coating.
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(3 Reviews) 3
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from 3 customer reviews
3 out of 3(100%)reviewers recommend this product to a friend
Review 1 for Sadolin Classic Woodstain - Redwood - 1L
01 December 2010.
Just had a bare spruce wood logcabin built in garden. The log cabin supplier (and many other suppliers) recommended that I use Sadolin Classic Woodstain product rather than any other make such as cuprinol or ronseal because sadolin product would last at least 5 to 6 years while the other makes will require recoating every 2 to 3 years. Immediately on applying the sadolin woodstain you can tell the product is better quality. It requires spirit to wash the paintbrush out (unlike the cuprinol or ronseal,( which are a lot cheaper in price) and washes out with water.). Therefore you know sadolin has a lot more waxes and special chemicals that will last longer and protect the bare wood better. The sadolin redwood colour is just perfect as it blends well with the Autumn red woodstain I used (made by Cuprinol as this was cheaper to use on on rough sawn wood fence panels than sadolin) . Best way to paint sadolin on is to apply a thin coat at first and let it penetrate the wood. Then apply a second coat of sadolin after the first coat has dried. This will then provide the rich colour that is on the tin. I highly recommend sadolin if you dont want to keep painting your logcabin every 2 to 3 years.
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Review 2 for Sadolin Classic Woodstain - Redwood - 1L
05 November 2010.
this is what you want for good coverage
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Review 3 for Sadolin Classic Woodstain - Redwood - 1L
Worth the Extra
06 August 2010.
Easy to apply and the colour was true. Covered really well on our hot tub in 2 coats with loads left for other items. Bit more expensive but worth the extra