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Ronseal Fence Life 2 for £8 for 5L at Homebase. Various colours available
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Ronseal Fence Life 2 for £8 for 5L at Homebase. Various colours available

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Posted 17th Jul

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Not as good as Chanchi's 2 for £7 last year, but 2 for £8 is not bad!
Can't find this deal posted anywhere, but if it is I'm sorry for duplicating.

If you're going down to Homebase to pick up their other deals, why not get a couple of this and refresh your garden too!
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Same price in Wilkos too
Although they look nice at first, always think twice about painting fences, especially if you have a lot of them. Within a few years they'll look terrible and you'll have to go through the agony of painting then all again! Better to leave them as is, and I don't really think the paint actually makes them last longer than a standard pretreatment, especially if they are installed correctly off the ground or with gravel boards.
Environmentally friendly but just water, wax, and colour. I have found such a treatment does not last long on my and other fences I have painted. Much prefer the oil based creocote which replaced the old creosote. Not so environmentally friendly and just light or dark brown but it lasts and lasts.
TiptreeJam17/07/2019 16:26

Environmentally friendly but just water, wax, and colour. I have found …Environmentally friendly but just water, wax, and colour. I have found such a treatment does not last long on my and other fences I have painted. Much prefer the oil based creocote which replaced the old creosote. Not so environmentally friendly and just light or dark brown but it lasts and lasts.


I've used both oil based and water based in the past, and both lasts 2 years. Maybe I am doing something wrong?
They are 3.99 at poundstretcher
SFconvert17/07/2019 16:15

Although they look nice at first, always think twice about painting …Although they look nice at first, always think twice about painting fences, especially if you have a lot of them. Within a few years they'll look terrible and you'll have to go through the agony of painting then all again! Better to leave them as is, and I don't really think the paint actually makes them last longer than a standard pretreatment, especially if they are installed correctly off the ground or with gravel boards.


I’m seeing if you get any likes
snoopy1817/07/2019 17:48

I’m seeing if you get any likes


looks like you did HA!
snoopy1817/07/2019 21:37

That’s my post with the likenot the other guys


That's what I said lol

"looks like you did HA!"
SFconvert17/07/2019 16:15

Although they look nice at first, always think twice about painting …Although they look nice at first, always think twice about painting fences, especially if you have a lot of them. Within a few years they'll look terrible and you'll have to go through the agony of painting then all again! Better to leave them as is, and I don't really think the paint actually makes them last longer than a standard pretreatment, especially if they are installed correctly off the ground or with gravel boards.


Funny that as my fences that were left alone look awful and some have green mold on them so I’m going to tidy them up address the mold and then paint them -I’m sure will look fantastic
...some pre treated fences do age better if un...painted/stained.
Currently B&Q have 12litre tubs for £10...works out similar per litre.
(IF a B&Q nearer to you)
Edited by: "renoman" 18th Jul
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