Ronseal one coat timber care - Dark Oak 9 Litre £5.99 @ Home Bargains
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Ronseal one coat timber care - Dark Oak 9 Litre £5.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 2nd Apr 2014
Ronseal One Coat Timbercare: Dark Oak 9 Litre

Ronseal Timbercare is designed specifically to provide your rough sawn garden wood with protection and decoration. It's wax-enriched formula repels water and protects timber from the rigors of the weather, whatever the season. Its superb fade resistant colours last up to 6 times longer than Creosote, and is the ideal way to create a truly stunning garden or porch, which will stand the test of time. Just smile to yourself when people ask you every year if you've had your garden re-done.

Features:

Ronseal One Coat Timbercare: Dark Oak 9 Litre
9 Litre
Long lasting, fade resistant colours
Water repellent for all weather protection
Safe for use with plants and pets
One coat application
May be used over weathered Creosote and similar treatments

29 Comments

Used this on my fence a few weeks back, seems to have done the job and looks good too. Well on the fence it did, when I stuck some on the shed it looked rubbish because it just sat on top of what was left of the old varnish!

Original Poster

We've not used it yet it's next weeks job. Might try it on the shed too but ours is stained already so hopefully it will work!

Edited by: "makepiece" 2nd Apr 2014

Any paint is only as good as the prep before it. Heat!

tek-monkey

Used this on my fence a few weeks back, seems to have done the job and … Used this on my fence a few weeks back, seems to have done the job and looks good too. Well on the fence it did, when I stuck some on the shed it looked rubbish because it just sat on top of what was left of the old varnish!



Same here. Looked good and has held on the untreated fence panels. On my arbour it looks absolutely dreadful as it sat on top of the good Ronseal 5 year stuff. I didn't post this stuff as for me it's been a bit of a false economy. I will have to buy the better stuff and redo the arbour - this stain has just run off it with the rain like some bad hair dye. I don't even think I can sit on without "photocopying" my derrier.

Does it do at it says on the tub?!!

Tyranicus66

Any paint is only as good as the prep before it. Heat!



My prep consisted of a mate being over and me letting him get on with it! The other shed looks fine, its just the decent one that is no longer decent....

does what it says on the tin...goes on ok and covers well....great price

last about a year, looking for something better

Good,but always this price in homebargains.

I've just bought some about an hour ago from B&Q for £12 Bummer!

The only good thing is the one I picked up had 33% extra free so in effect 12L.

Good price and Heat given.

I will pick some up tomorrow, thank you!

Maniek133

last about a year, looking for something better



Got any pics? It seemed as good as anything else I've used going on and other stuff has lasted 5+ years before needing repainting.

tek-monkey

Got any pics? It seemed as good as anything else I've used going on and … Got any pics? It seemed as good as anything else I've used going on and other stuff has lasted 5+ years before needing repainting.

it is raining now. if it will stop one day (Scotland) and i will not forget i will take and post pictures

Its pretty moist here tonight, and not in a good way!

this is only good on unfinished wood ruff would ie fence panels. any wood that is smooth, planed wood it will not bond to and look like a tea bag has passed over the wood.
also i have used johnstones shed and fence paint for years Dark oak, this stuff was more like a tan colour than dark oak, so beware those that are changing from one brand to another.
can i add that the johnstones will not do smooth wood either.and it might have been cuprinol that was a different colour dark oak not the ronseal

Edited by: "oreet" 6th Apr 2014

would this work on decking I usualy use decking oil once a year but getting so expnsive this would be great if it could be used on decking thanks

They have big tins of cuprinol in Asda for £5 is it on a par with ronseal?

classynurse

would this work on decking I usualy use decking oil once a year but … would this work on decking I usualy use decking oil once a year but getting so expnsive this would be great if it could be used on decking thanks


do not use on decking will not sink into the wood and will wear off in a few weeks , you need to invest in decking stain or oil , which is around £25 for 2.5 L . B&M and home and bargains do decking stain for cheap but its all ways the Colour no one wants . like the ones that B&Q cant sell !!!!

thanks yozzman looks like expensive again this year oh well

Cheers, I'd almost run out (_;)

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stato

I've just bought some about an hour ago from B&Q for £12 Bummer!The … I've just bought some about an hour ago from B&Q for £12 Bummer!The only good thing is the one I picked up had 33% extra free so in effect 12L.Good price and Heat given.



Just more to discard then, according to the above reviews! oO

Must have gone on discount after the ain tree ladies day is over for another year, now to get a hideous pastel dress

oreet

this is only good on unfinished wood ruff would ie fence panels. any wood … this is only good on unfinished wood ruff would ie fence panels. any wood that is smooth, planed wood it will not bond to and look like a tea bag has passed over the wood. also i have used johnstones shed and fence paint for years Dark oak, this stuff was more like a tan colour than dark oak, so beware those that are changing from one brand to another. can i add that the johnstones will not do smooth wood either.and it might have been cuprinol that was a different colour dark oak not the ronseal



Agree with the first bit, but gotta say it soon went dark upon drying rather than the initial tan colour on my fence. On the shed it still looks tan and crap, guess it needs to soak in.

I Never use any of this water based stuff as it doesn't really add any protection.

Creocote for me mixed with my old engine oil

sprite127594

I Never use any of this water based stuff as it doesn't really add any … I Never use any of this water based stuff as it doesn't really add any protection.Creocote for me mixed with my old engine oil

creocote is the stuff,used some yesterday on my fence posts,its better than the others.

Creosolte is now illegal, but creasolte and engine oil is great

This item is water based with resin, does not mix well with oil based stuff especially if it was previously painted

Anyway, 5years ago I pressure washed all my fences and applied this stuff, it looks great five years on!

Original Poster

classynurse

would this work on decking I usualy use decking oil once a year but … would this work on decking I usualy use decking oil once a year but getting so expnsive this would be great if it could be used on decking thanks

They had some stuff at home bargains for declikg as well have a look on there site.

HOT - perfect timing - picked up 2 at Trafford Park today. Thanks.


sprite127594

I Never use any of this water based stuff as it doesn't really add any … I Never use any of this water based stuff as it doesn't really add any protection.Creocote for me mixed with my old engine oil


Oh dear, you really need to get with the times! Creocote has no properties at all and engine oil just stops water penetration, as does the was in water based fence treatment. Oh and it won't kill your plants
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