Liberon Exterior Wood Protector

Liberon Exterior Wood Protector

Lead Time: The lead time of this item is typically 1 week(s)

Brand: Liberon
Prices: All Prices Include VAT
Delivery: This item has a lead time of up to 1 Week(s)

The Following Options Are Available / In Stock:
  • 1 litre: £18.34 inc VAT
  • 2.5 litre: £39.77 inc VAT
  • 5 litre: £73.42 inc VAT


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    Product details

    Liberon Exterior Wood Protector is a versatile product which gives a water and UV resistant finish to most types of exposed timber. The clear finish will not alter the natural colour of the wood, but will form a protective barrier against weathering, sunlight and extreme temperatures of -10°C to +35°C. It is also ideal for use on both horizontal and vertical timber, making it suitable for pergolas, balustrades, fences, garden furniture and summer houses.

    Offering long lasting protection for up to 3 years on vertical timber in most climates and up to 18 months on horizontal timber, Exterior Wood Protector is quick drying and easy to apply.

    Preparation:
    Ensure the surface is clean, dry and free from previous finishes and dust.
    Lightly sand new wood and clean wood.
    Hardwoods: It is recommended to leave the wood exposed for up to 12 months before applying this product. This allows the grain in the wood to open and breathe and aids adhesion of the product.

    Application:
    Stir very well before use to disperse all the ingredients in the tin.
    Ensure the weather conditions will be dry for 24 hours before application.
    Apply a generous, but not too thick, coat of exterior wood protector with a paint brush or roller.
    Allow to dry for 2 hours then apply a second coat. A third coat may be necessary on very porous timbers.
    Any unabsorbed product remaining on the surface should be evened out with a brush to avoid unsightly marks.
    Leave to dry for at least 24 hours before use.