Cuprinol
One Coat Sprayable Fence Treatment Matt 5L

HA160405F
A sprayable one coat wood treatment for rough sawn timber. Good coverage.
One Coat Sprayable Fence Treatment Matt
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In detail

Cuprinol One Coat Sprayable Fence Treatment is for rough sawn timber. 

Made to be used with the Cuprinol Fence Sprayer or Cuprinol Power Sprayer for quick and easy results. 

Provides good coverage in one application.Coverage is up to 3sq/m per litre. 

Please ensure the surface is clean and free from moss, algae and mould prior to applying. 

If present, the use of a fungicidal solution is recommended.

Size
5L 
Application Methods
Spray
Coverage
Up to 10sq/m per litre 
VOC level
Low 
Thinning
Water 
Touch dry
4-8 hours 
Suitable for...
Exterior use 
Scrubbability
Washable 
Colour
Autumn Brown 
Finish
Matt 
Cleanup
Water & Detergent 

Available colours

Cuprinol One Coat Sprayable Fence Treatment Matt is available in 6 colours from the Cuprinol Colour Cards.

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    Always ask your client to try their colour choice on the wall first. Colour cards and emulsion sample pots are available at your local Brewers or at designerpaint.com

    Additional information

    Cuprinol One Coat Sprayable Fence Treatment has been specially formulated to work with the Cuprinol Sprayers to colour and protect rough sawn timber in a fraction of the time. Its special pigments ensure rich colour and even coverage in just one coat. Cuprinol One Coat Sprayable Fence Treatment is quick drying, low odour and safe to use around plants and pets.

    Before use
    Read the Health, Safety and Environmental information. Bare or untreated wood should be pre-treated with an appropriate wood preserver to prevent rot and decay. Surfaces should be dry and free from dirt and algae etc. Remove any algae, lichen, fungi or moss using an appropriate fungicidal wash or cleaner designed for the job. 

    Application
    Shake the pack thoroughly before use. Final colour will depend upon wood type, previous treatment and the number of coats applied. Apply using the appropriate Cuprinol sprayer for the product. As with any sprayer it may take a couple of minutes to perfect your technique. Ensure you stand at the correct distance with the nozzle 15-30cm (6"-12") from the wood surface. Begin slowly and increase the pace as you get used to spraying. Take care not to spray too quickly as this may result in an uneven finish. Similarly, spraying too slowly will result in excess product being applied causing runs. Should this happen, simply brush into the wood. Avoid spraying surrounding Plants. brickwork, glass, PVCu. etc. Overspray can be minimised by avoiding spraying in windy conditions and by using cardboard or plastic as a shield. Any overspray should be cleaned up immediately (whilst still wet) with water and household detergent. Excessive spillage on plants should be rinsed off immediately before drying. 

    If applying by brush, apply evenly, avoiding splashing surrounding plants, brickwork, glass. PVCu, etc. Do not apply in temperatures below 5°C, in damp  conditions or if rain is likely before the product has dried. Cover any surfaces nearby to protect from overspray. Allow 2-6 hours between coats under normal weather conditions. Where a strong colour change is involved, more coats may be required. Product performance will be reduced if applied to grey and weathered smooth wood. If using more than one pack it is advisable to mix them together in a larger container or finish in a corner before starting a new pack.

    After use
    When finished, any unused product can be returned to the pack and stored for future use. Clean the Cuprinol Sprayer with water in accordance with the user guide. Do not use or store in extremes of temperature or wet conditions.

    Coverage
    This 5L pack covers up to 15m² with one coat or 5 fence panels sides (6' x 5'). Coverage can vary depending on application method and the condition and nature of the surface. 

    Drying time
    Up to 6 hours
    Drying times can vary depending on the nature of the surface and the weather conditions.