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Sadolin 2.5lt Wood Preserver

Sadolin 2.5lt Wood Preserver
Excl. VAT: £17.52 Incl. VAT: £21.02

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Sadolin Wood Preserver is a quality wood preservative for use on interior and exterior wood. It has been designed for use against wood rotting fungi and wood destroying insects. For use on interior and exterior wood out of ground contact or out of surface water contact.

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Brand Sadolins
Pack Size 2.5lt
Touch Dry 2-4 Hours
Recoat Time 24 hours
Overcoat time for water based coatings 72 hours
Overcoat time for solvent coatings 24 hours
Coverage up to 6sq mtrs per litre
MPN 5090722
GTIN 5010131551475
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Timber surfaces must be suitably prepared, clean, sound and dry. All coatings should be completely removed. Grey denatured timber must be mechanically sanded back to a bare clean surface. The moisture content should not exceed 18% prior to coating. Resinous deposits should be removed with a scraper, any remaining resinous residues should be removed using clean, lint free cloths, dampened with methylated spirits. 

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Apply by brush or short time immersion (dipping or deluging, for 3-10 minutes). Brush application: For best results, use a synthetic bristle brush. Apply 2 coats. Each coat of Sadolin Wood Preserver should be applied liberally until saturation is reached, with end grains, this is best achieved by applying ‘wet on wet’ until the timber refuses to absorb any more preservative. Allow a minimum of 24 hours between applications. Short time immersion: Requires an immersion period of 3-10 minutes. 

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