Ronseal One Coat Fence Life Paint - 2 x 9ltr Containers for £12 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Ronseal One Coat Fence Life Paint - 2 x 9ltr Containers for £12 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Refreshed 18th Apr (Posted 10th Apr)Edited by:"trev25"
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You're better off with Cuprinol Ducksback.
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Cold it's not the shed on deal. Joking heat added
10 litres for same money at Wickes so this is much better
Hopefully there will be decking paint/ varnish offers on soon
Wow £12 for a shed, I’ll buy two for the garden at this price!
Edited by: "mad_design_man" 16th Apr
Not fond of the brown - hope it extends to the other colours as well - voted hot in anticipation of thos
Is it sprayable?
a whole shed for £12, hot
Just what i was looking for. Thanks.
Says on the post that it’s from 15th April, but looks live now? Anyone know if this live until 15th April instead?
swisstm1 h, 0 m ago

Says on the post that it’s from 15th April, but looks live now? Anyone k …Says on the post that it’s from 15th April, but looks live now? Anyone know if this live until 15th April instead?


In store? Online its 2 for £16
Myriad43 m ago

In store? Online its 2 for £16


Yeah just re-read, sorry makes sense now!
Ordered
Cold shed not included ....(party)
Just ordered mine
Hate to be a killjoy but this stuff is cheap for a reason,might add a bit if colour to whatever it is you're painting but it does absolutely nothing to protect it,I wouldn't have given me
_-23746.9843513 m ago

Hate to be a killjoy but this stuff is cheap for a reason,might add a bit …Hate to be a killjoy but this stuff is cheap for a reason,might add a bit if colour to whatever it is you're painting but it does absolutely nothing to protect it,I wouldn't have given me


So what would you recommend? I have about 20 6ft x 6ft panels to cover
I used this a couple of years ago
had 24 panels to do
did it by brushing to get a good coverage
a year later looked terrible again
so last year used Fence life plus
after this winter still looking good
if you value your Time
I’d definitely pay the extra
This is what it looked like after just one year
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I'd personally always use an oil based stain,I gave my shed a couple of coats of a weathershield stain a 4yr ago and it still looks great and more importantly all still solid and protected,might give it another flick round soon just to keep on top of it,pay more for decent stuff and it'll pay in he long run without doubt
daveyboy747410 m ago

This is what it looked like after just one year [Image]


Bloody hell that's like the great wall of China
I'd personally always use an oil based stain,I gave my shed a couple of coats of a weathershield stain a 4yr ago and it still looks great and more importantly all still solid and protected,might give it another flick round soon just to keep on top of it,pay more for decent stuff and it'll pay in he long run without doubt
_-23746.9843511 m ago

Bloody hell that's like the great wall of China I'd personally always …Bloody hell that's like the great wall of China I'd personally always use an oil based stain,I gave my shed a couple of coats of a weathershield stain a 4yr ago and it still looks great and more importantly all still solid and protected,might give it another flick round soon just to keep on top of it,pay more for decent stuff and it'll pay in he long run without doubt


Yep and I had to do both sides
it’s lasted this year
and yep I’m going to over it this summer touching it up to save me doing it all over a
Edited by: "daveyboy7474" 15th Apr
Silly question but I am buying some racking with mdf shelves to go in the garage. Ive heard/seen photos of these shelves covered in mould. Would this stuff offer any protection?
Buy creocote. Absolutely excellent product. Also on 2 -4-1 at Wickes atm. Oil based not water mixed with wax like this stuff.
dreamer18110th Apr

Hopefully there will be decking paint/ varnish offers on soon


they (Screwfix own brand No Nonsense) are on offer also, 2 for £16
Edited by: "thelatics" 15th Apr
Jamespowell0011 h, 29 m ago

Buy creocote. Absolutely excellent product. Also on 2 -4-1 at Wickes atm. …Buy creocote. Absolutely excellent product. Also on 2 -4-1 at Wickes atm. Oil based not water mixed with wax like this stuff.



Creosote is no longer publicly available as it has been found to be a carcinogenic.
Edited by: "microbar" 15th Apr
daveyboy74742 h, 46 m ago

I used this a couple of years ago had 24 panels to do did it by brushing …I used this a couple of years ago had 24 panels to do did it by brushing to get a good coverage a year later looked terrible again so last year used Fence life plus after this winter still looking good if you value your Time I’d definitely pay the extra


Could you recommend me a good brand, please give me a link what brand you used ,also can I use spray gun with it thanks
If you have a new fence or painting on top of another water based it'll probably work great, I bought this but won't open till weekend.

And as always, don't forget to mix the paint with a drill or something
Edited by: "Myriad" 15th Apr
microbar1 h, 29 m ago

Creosote is no longer publicly available as it has been found to be a …Creosote is no longer publicly available as it has been found to be a carcinogenic.


He said creocoat not creosote
wickes.co.uk/Wic…373
ukhotdeals110th Apr

Not fond of the brown - hope it extends to the other colours as well - …Not fond of the brown - hope it extends to the other colours as well - voted hot in anticipation of thos


There are a number of colours available... Tudor black, charcoal grey, dark oak, medium oak, forest green, red cedar.
Isn't this the name of a John Cena song? - Fence Life, this is basic thuganomics
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 15th Apr
You're better off with Cuprinol Ducksback.
bozkurt18813 h, 32 m ago

Could you recommend me a good brand, please give me a link what brand you …Could you recommend me a good brand, please give me a link what brand you used ,also can I use spray gun with it thanks



screwfix.com/p/r…92j

i used this
Domthedonkey3 h, 44 m ago

You're better off with Cuprinol Ducksback.


I agree. The forest oak is very good
Can you creocote (not creosote) over this ?
bozkurt18819 h, 21 m ago

Could you recommend me a good brand, please give me a link what brand you …Could you recommend me a good brand, please give me a link what brand you used ,also can I use spray gun with it thanks


Cuprinol is better. Never use a spray gun, especially in a semi-detached area. Just buy a thick brush.
toolstation.com/woo…655 - on offer for £17.20 at the moment as well.


Personally I think this is a much better product for garden timber. Its a thin oil based preserver that soaks into the wood and a couple of coats builds a surface film to repel water. It soaks in and lets the grain of the wood remain visible. Unlike wax based paint the colour will last a lot longer and the preservative that soaks into the wood will stop it rotting. It also wont start peeling and flaking after 6 months and look a mess. Its really easy to slosh a new coat on and theres no prep required as its an oil that soaks in. It's kinda like creocote, but doesn't have the weird smell and comes in a lot more colours.

The only complaint is that the light brown was more of a dark brown imo. I ended up buying golden brown which is what I was expecting the light brown to be.
Edited by: "Mark_A" 15th Apr
My tiny garden has 6 fence panels after 2 the new spray gun went in the bin, I might as well have just given b&q £40 and gone home with nothing. The fence spray gun is without doubt the worst DIY thing I have ever bought.
Hot! Bought 10 sheds, one for me, will sell the rest on ebay, just need to find a courier that will deliver these on the cheap.
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