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LANGLOW DUAL PURPOSE WOOD PRESERVER 5L £0.50p @ B&M

£0.50 @ B&M Retail
Just got a bargain at my B&M. 5 litre tins of Langlow Dual purpose wood preserver £ 0.50p a tin. they had dark oak and red cedar. Just had a quick look on amazon its over £20 a tin Only downside … Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Just got a bargain at my B&M.
5 litre tins of Langlow Dual purpose wood preserver £ 0.50p a tin.
they had dark oak and red cedar.
Just had a quick look on amazon its over £20 a tin
Only downside no excuse for not doing the garden fence now.
This is spirit based far better than the water based stuff

The white spirit carrier solvent enables this active to achieve deep penetration into most common sizes of structural timber, allowing the active ingredient to give effective and long-term protection against wood rotting fungi and insecticidal degradation

Low VOC
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When we bought our wooden garden shed recently, we had a choice of 4 colours, the lady who dealt with us said that Red Cadar is the housing association colour of choice, I quite liked it but in the end went for Autumn Gold, now having driven around a local housing estate I kind of see what she means. Not making judgement just what I was told recently.
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margamboy
When we bought our wooden garden shed recently, we had a choice of 4 colours, the lady who dealt with us said that Red Cadar is the housing association colour of choice, I quite liked it but in the end went for Autumn Gold, now having driven around a local housing estate I kind of see what she means. Not making judgement just what I was told recently.
What has that got to do with the deal?
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absolutely got nothing to do with deal, Not Making Judgement but.... if I was told that by a salesperson I would take my business elsewhere highly offensive and totally out of
order in my opinion
#5
My local "Don't go there after dark estate" have many houses with top of the range flat screen TV's but it wouldn't stop me buying one if the price was right.
2 Likes #6
Hot if you can find. Store specific. Let the wild goose chase begin...
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Thear is lots hav clevva und articulated peepel on counsil estates dont ya no ;)
#8
margamboy
....Red Cadar is the housing association colour of choice,
Reminds of the Asylum seekers RED DOOR scandal
#9
which store?, **** all in Killingbeck!
#10
if you're looking for a 'cheap' alternative wood preserver check out anti-freeze (Ethylene Glycol), its about the only thing that will sort out wood rot and act as a preservative as well. Can be over painted once dry, it can be lethal to pets so need to be carefull. I've recently used it, so will let you know in 10 years time how successful its been:)

Was really inexpensive from euro car parts.

Edited By: edash on Aug 08, 2016 09:02
#11
only £6.62 @iNEST.co.uk still a massive bargain @50p obviously... just saying :)

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