Cuprinol Sprayable Fence Treatment, 5L - £6.49 (+p&p) - HotUKDeals
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Been looking around the usual DIY Stores, internet and local garden shops, but can't find this cheaper anywhere else. Cheapest I've seen is £10.99.
Good time to buy some as we've got nice dry weather forecast this week :-)

They've got all the colours from the range and if you buy 2 or more bottles, total cost comes to <£10 (inc. delivery)
I assume locals can pick it up at £6.49 which would make it a much better deal for those near one of their shops.

Here's the usual Cuprinol marketing blurb;
The fastest & easiest way to colour & protect your fence. Treats a panel in less than 4 minutes!
Now there's no faster or easier way to colour and protect your fence. With Cuprinol Sprayable Fence Treatment, you can treat each panel in less than 4 minutes, a fraction of the time it would normally take with a brush.
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voted warm from me £5.44 delivery is a bit steep, although a good deal if you have a store near you, it's the same price instore.
Delivery is a bit steep yes, but when you need a few bottles of this, the overall cost per 5L bottle works out quite good.
Plus it's next working day delivery
good deal if you ordr a lot of it
When using sprayable fence treatment ensure you let your neighbours know - my mate covered his neighbours patio doors, patio set, garage door and car with the stuff.

It sprays on really fine and tends to spray back - my neighbour held up a cardboard 'shield' whilst I did the top of our fence. Still, I managed to spray him, my patio and garage door.

I've 2 unused bottles to take back to B&Q. I'm using a brush to finish - slower and harder work, but with much less mess & cheaper. People I've spoken to tend to have the same experience.


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