Cuprinol fence spray - £3 instore @ Boyes (Birmingham)
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Cuprinol fence spray - £3 instore @ Boyes (Birmingham)

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LocalFound 25th Mar 2017
rying Time: 6 hrs
Application Method: Brush or Spray
VOC Level: Low
Interior or Exterior Use: Exterior
Type: Shed & Fence Treatment
Drying time between coats: 8 Hrs
Colour: Autumn Gold
Size: 5 L
Finish: Matt
Coverage per Litre: 15 m2
Colour Family: Browns
Brand Name: Cuprinol
Range Description: Shed & Fence Treatment

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    Original Poster
    Sorry that was ment to say Billingham not Birmingham but should be national
    I used one of these when they first appeared a few years ago in the heat of summer ( yes, it really was hot this day ) and it was crap,it kept blocking up.You couldnt give me £300 to buy one,i ended up using a wall paper brush.Sorry oakeydoke just my personal experience, heat added for price and quantity otherwise heat added to burn it.
    mrtea1967

    I used one of these when they first appeared a few years ago in the heat … I used one of these when they first appeared a few years ago in the heat of summer ( yes, it really was hot this day ) and it was crap,it kept blocking up.You couldnt give me £300 to buy one,i ended up using a wall paper brush.Sorry oakeydoke just my personal experience, heat added for price and quantity otherwise heat added to burn it.



    This is a classic example of someone who doesn't know how to use something properly criticising the product, if you take the time to read the instructions, which should take about 2 minutes and use these sprays properly then they can work really well.
    Incidentally at £3 these are cheap at 3 for £5 its should be bargain of the day . Heat added.. Thanks oakeydokey
    Original Poster
    Yes it's prob not as good as using a brush but I had no problem when I used it. Maybe you should give it another go and try using the valve bit at the end. Only problem I had was using it on a slightly windy day, ended up spray a van parked next to the fence.
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    mrtea1967

    I used one of these when they first appeared a few years ago in the heat … I used one of these when they first appeared a few years ago in the heat of summer ( yes, it really was hot this day ) and it was crap,it kept blocking up.You couldnt give me £300 to buy one,i ended up using a wall paper brush.Sorry oakeydoke just my personal experience, heat added for price and quantity otherwise heat added to burn it.



    Hi thanks for that, but I think if someone was to offer you £300 I believe you would buy it again if only to throw it away! Guessing you could buy the spray gun for £20 and £3 for the paint giving you £277 in your pocket. But each to their own.
    Hi Oakeydokey, yeah you are right i would take the money, i was just stressing how poor the product was when it first came out.Once bitten twice shy. Great for a tan job on a windy day too !! Bigholly1957 its my personal view of that product which wont change just because you dont like my experience with it." This is a classic example of someone who doesnt know how to use something properly critising the product" to that i would just like to add the product was new on the market,i had over 30 panels to do on a very hot summers day so it would of been in my best interest to read up on how to use it properly wouldnt it ? The preservative was quite thick, if it had been spirit based it would of probably worked well but due to VOC's its wasnt so good.And now years later with tweeks here and there to a fantastic product its what NEARLY everyone has to have in there garden shed. Please dont write off someone else's view with a cant use it properly comment, just because YOU think they cant.Heat added again for the bargain price of the preservative.
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    mrtea1967

    Hi Oakeydokey, yeah you are right i would take the money, i was just … Hi Oakeydokey, yeah you are right i would take the money, i was just stressing how poor the product was when it first came out.Once bitten twice shy. Great for a tan job on a windy day too !! Bigholly1957 its my personal view of that product which wont change just because you dont like my experience with it." This is a classic example of someone who doesnt know how to use something properly critising the product" to that i would just like to add the product was new on the market,i had over 30 panels to do on a very hot summers day so it would of been in my best interest to read up on how to use it properly wouldnt it ? The preservative was quite thick, if it had been spirit based it would of probably worked well but due to VOC's its wasnt so good.And now years later with tweeks here and there to a fantastic product its what NEARLY everyone has to have in there garden shed. Please dont write off someone else's view with a cant use it properly comment, just because YOU think they cant.Heat added again for the bargain price of the preservative.



    Wow that's a reply. Iv only used it once myself but found it very watery so might have been a bad batch. Hope I don't have that problem. Unless because it was so hot that day it dried in the gun thing, anyway no hard feelings only banter. Take care
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