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RONSEAL ONE COAT FENCELIFE DARK OAK 9LTR £8.99 @ Screwfix
RONSEAL ONE COAT FENCELIFE DARK OAK 9LTR £8.99 @ Screwfix

RONSEAL ONE COAT FENCELIFE DARK OAK 9LTR £8.99 @ Screwfix

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RONSEAL ONE COAT FENCELIFE DARK OAK 9LTR at £8.99 or 2 for £16.
This is the new version - suitable for brushing or spraying on. RRP £14.99 apparently.

Product description:
One Coat Fencelife colours and protects rough sawn sheds and fences in one coat. Suitable for brushing or spraying on. All-weather protection, will stand up to rain, frost and snow. 100% showerproof in an hour. Covers approx. 6m²/Ltr.

Low Odour
Easy to Clean
Covers Approx: 6m²/Ltr

17 Comments

This is water based, so all it does is cover the surface of the wood in a colour; rain will still soak into it.

Original Poster

Roger_Irrelevant

This is water based, so all it does is cover the surface of the wood in a … This is water based, so all it does is cover the surface of the wood in a colour; rain will still soak into it.


You might want to read again the description "All-weather protection, will stand up to rain, frost and snow". I don't know how good it is but I've just bought some and I will give it a go as soon as the weather allows me to.

dilyes

You might want to read again the description "All-weather protection, … You might want to read again the description "All-weather protection, will stand up to rain, frost and snow". I don't know how good it is but I've just bought some and I will give it a go as soon as the weather allows me to.



​I bought some last year but noticed rain wasn't forming droplets on the fence I painted.

Got some Creoseal and it soaked through this stuff and into the wood.

That's quite a big clue for you as to how good it is. X)

Roger_Irrelevant

​I bought some last year but noticed rain wasn't forming droplets on the f … ​I bought some last year but noticed rain wasn't forming droplets on the fence I painted.Got some Creoseal and it soaked through this stuff and into the wood.That's quite a big clue for you as to how good it is. X)


That's if you can put up with the toxic stink of creosote. I personally think it should be banned.

Original Poster

Roger_Irrelevant

​I bought some last year but noticed rain wasn't forming droplets on the f … ​I bought some last year but noticed rain wasn't forming droplets on the fence I painted.Got some Creoseal and it soaked through this stuff and into the wood.That's quite a big clue for you as to how good it is. X)


I bought before the 5 years Ronseal paint (more expensive than this) and it was OK and the paint on those panels is still going strong. So I'm hoping this will do the trick at a much better price. Thanks for your feedback.
Edited by: "dilyes" 10th Mar

Jaybeam

That's if you can put up with the toxic stink of creosote. I personally … That's if you can put up with the toxic stink of creosote. I personally think it should be banned.



​Personally I stick my head in the bucket to get a big fat shot of the smell.

Hmmm lovely wood tar.

Did my shed and fences with this last year on both new and weathered timber and it's decent stuff BUT you really need 2 coats so 6sqm/ltr should really be 3sqm/ltr.

IT DOES WHAT IT SHOUTS ON THE TIN

Good deal says you can actually get 2 for £16 , nice find op

Decent price. But even cheaper at home bargains if you have one nearby. Picked 2 up last week for £6 each.

Original Poster

So I've tested the paint during the weekend and I've done 6 new panels once and 1 of those twice on Saturday as the weather was nice. On Sunday it rained but the paint is still on the panels. I agree you need two coats otherwise you can still see some of the previous colour of the panels (natural wood in my case). I'm just waiting for the right weather to give them another coat. I still have more than half of bucket which is good.

I've got 20 since panels to do in my garden, is this paint ok to use? Any recommendations over this? I'd be heartbroken if I did my whole garden using this paint and found afew weeks later the paint begins to peel off...

Can this be used with a sprayer?

Is the fence life plus + not better with up to 5 years protection

Is slightly more expensive at £11.99

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itr786

I've got 20 since panels to do in my garden, is this paint ok to use? Any … I've got 20 since panels to do in my garden, is this paint ok to use? Any recommendations over this? I'd be heartbroken if I did my whole garden using this paint and found afew weeks later the paint begins to peel off...



​I can recommend Creoseal, it's about £36 for a 20 (I think, possibly 25) litre drum. Physically soaks into the wood so it looks great and lasts ages.
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