Cuprinol Timber Care Shed and Fence Treatment Reviews
Newest Review: ... we wished, with no worry of having to cover over a previous colour stain. In the end we settled on the Autumn Gold variant ... more
Customer Cuprinol Timber Care Shed and Fence Treatment Reviews (5)
by - written on 05/05/11, updated on 05/05/11 (Very useful, 487 readings)
Having recently purchased a garden bench we thought it was best to treat the wood prior to leaving it outside over the next few summer months. After much deliberation in our local Homebase store my partner and I decided to go with a well known and trusted brand, hence purchasing this Cuprinol Timber care in a 5-litre tub. We paid £9.98 for this size tub, which was on a similar par to other makes available on the day. It was more expensive than Homebase own make however we did expect this to be the case as Cuprinol is a branded product. Despite this product being recommended for sheds and fences, we were advised it would be perfectly suitable for our use for a picnic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/10 (Very useful, 334 readings)
Having just finished applying this timber paint and wood treatment to some new fence panels I thought I may as well do a review. Cuprinol Claims that this is a one coat paint and weather protection treatment for your rough sawed timber. I have just used this both now and in the past on fence panel gates and posts for the same. The colour we have used is Autumn red which is a red/brown. Now I have to admit this wouldn't be my first choice in colour as I think it is a bit harsh looking against the green of plants but has we have been stuck in a cycle of losing a few panels each winter to the wind it has always seemed to be a case of matching them to what has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/00, updated on 23/07/00 (Very useful, 5800 readings)
I have recently finished paining one of our garden fences with Cuprinol Timber Care Shed and Fence Treatment. A 9 litre tub cost just over £8 from our local B&Q. The colour I chose was Rich Oak and although the fence had not been treated in at least 8 years, painting the fence was not the chore I had expected it to be. The product is quite viscous which I had not anticipated, since the only things I have ever used previously are preservative and creosote and my first thoughts were that it wouldn’t go far, but it did! The product has the appearance and smell of typical household emulsion paint. Do not be put off by the colour of the wet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/00, updated on 30/08/00 (Very useful, 3353 readings)
This is a market leading woodstain for rough hewn timber fences and sheds. We have used this recently on our back garden fence, which was looking very tired, faded and grey. It has really improved the look of the wood with the added benefit of protecting it from the elements so it should last a few more years ( as long as it doesn’t blow down!). It was very reasonably priced and when we worked it out was cheaper than the average price of a tin of emulsion for internal use. It does not smell as strong as other fence treaments such as creosote which I found very beneficial. We found that on rough wood , it was absorbed fairly quickly which made the coverage ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/10 (Useful, 247 readings)
Because the hot weather has caused timber to dry out excessively this year, I have had to treat a lot of garden sheds and fences this year. The fence treatment being water based was sucked into the timber very quickly, which encourages the timber to swell back to the original size and close any gaps up. Because the sun bleached the colour out of the timber during the summer a wood stain colour is very useful in returning the timber back to the original state. If you like the look of tanalised timber for example, use a light green treatment. I tend to choose a darker brown but that is purely preference. Cheaper wood stains have a wax coating which offers around 1 year of . Read the complete review
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