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Lots of Garden Items are in Half price.Including Sprayer.
For use with the Cuprinol Fence Sprayer.
Cuprinol sprayable wood treatment provides a fast and efficient way to protect and colour your fence.
Cuprinol's quick drying and effective spray coverage provides an even colouring.
It is much faster than a brush and can reach where a brush might miss.
Cuprinol sprayable is also safe to use near pets and plants, and the sprayer can be cleaned with water. afterwards.
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#1
They've got the sprayer on offer too. Is the sprayer and paint stuff actually any good? If it is I'm up there, big fence to paint!
#2
Sprayers get a terrible rep,paint a good rep. Bought a coupl e myself from tesco dirt cheap last week,waiting for a dead calm day before trying it out.;-)
#3
Smallfish
They've got the sprayer on offer too. Is the sprayer and paint stuff actually any good? If it is I'm up there, big fence to paint!


The Paint itself is Very Good. PS this paints on with a brush just fine.
#4
sprayer is a nightmare unless dead calm goes everwhere , even if calm covers everything behind fence too always use brush...we had to clean neighbours wall and car
#5
yep...def need to use a brush as well in my experience-to help with even coverage. Good price-i got some from tesco last week so wont be needing anymore! heat added.
#6
is this any good for use on decking?
#7
They claim it can be used on decking in B & Q........
#8
If it can be used on decking I will be getting some from my local if they have it....
#9
these are rubish my neighbour used one of these for his fence and got little brown specs all over my motorbike!had to have a full respray
#10
As other's have mentioned unless you are sure you won't damage everything within 50 feet then treat with caution. It may be quicker coverage but a large brush willm give you better results most of the time
#11
oliverbritt
these are rubish my neighbour used one of these for his fence and got little brown specs all over my motorbike!had to have a full respray


Really, I thought this stuff is water based?
#12
Only any good if you live in the middle of nowhere with no neighbours! I too waited for a 'no-wind day' but still ended up spraying my neighbours car and my neighbour the other side sprayed all her washing too in the same week!!! They moved 6 months after!!!! Use with extreme caution - you use more paint too - better off doing it the paintbrush way in my opinion and wait for a glorious sunny day and enjoy yourself with a bit of your favourite music on and have a sing along!!!!
#13
Hot deal as the paint is good BUT don't use it with a sprayer. I found it quicker with a brush as the sprayer didn't provide a uniform spray so I had to brush areas as I was spraying. Also as others have mentioned the spray goes everywhere, even on the calmest of days.
#14
simate
Really, I thought this stuff is water based?

Maybe but seems im not the only one!read below taken from gardenlaw forum :thumbsup:

My neighbour sprayed his fence last year, along with my garden plants (many died soon afterwards),
wheelie bins, newly fitted white upvc windows, drainpipes, gutters etc, a line full of washing, plant pots,
etc etc... But worst of all......my new car!!! which, to this day, I still keep finding more brown spots on!!!!
I obtained professional advice on cleaning the spray off my car, and have tried a few "remedies" however,
nothing seems to work, although it is getting better with a lot of elbow grease and a lot of my time!!!!!
These sprays are a menace...common sense should prevail and they should be supplied with adequate
warnings, and much more detail on preparation before using them, for the many idiots who are trigger
happy, and don't think of the consequences for their neighbours property!!! It makes me sooooo MAD!!!
#15
When I did my fences, i had no problem with any spray off. I got a bit on myself, but thats to be expected with any varnish / paint.

However, the spray is a bit of nuisance - it gets clogged up after a bit, and stops. The instructions aren't much help. I just ended up opening the nozzle tubes and whacking it about a bit.
#16
I bought the electric spryer version of this last summer and it did TWO panels before expiring clogged and totally unuseable. So went back to Homebase and they gave me the replacement.
Same thing !!! Clogged and ...
Then had it replaced with the pump up version of the sprayer which is just a glorified version of any generic pump sprayer and guess what it clogs too.
But and here it is better it unclogs with warm soapy water rinsing... very easy.
I know you want to know more:thumbsup:
The paint will take on fresh decking quite well but decking paint is vastly better and you wont have to worry about touching up next year where you have high foot traffic.
As for spraying other peoples property etc. I did encounter some but wind free and up wind careful spraying will minimise the chances of colouring your neighbours washing or cars.
Truly I agree with an earlier poster.... get Mp3 and use a brush it looks better and lasts longer.
Labour saving this may be a little but you could end up with a neighbour fued or worst still uneven fence panels :roll:

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