Everbuild 5 Litre Clear Wood Preservative
Pack of 1
Wood preserver is an effective treatment for protection control of eradication of Wood worm and Dry rot.
Everbuild Wood Preserver Clear 5 Litre
LUMBERJACK WOOD PRESERVER is a low solvent, low odour solution based on Micro-fine active technology. The fungicides and algaecides present in these formulations are finely dispersed so that wood penetration and hence effectiveness is much greater than standard wood preservation products. In addition the use of ultra light fast pigments on the coloured variants give an even fade resistant finish which will last for years. LUMBERJACK WOOD PRESERVER is fast drying and non flammable; and application to wet timbers is possible without loss of performance. It is specifically designed to deeply penetrate all wood and joinery to give long lasting protection from damage caused by wet rot, dry rot, decay and fungi.
- Solvent Free formula
- Non Flammable.
- Internal and external use.
- Can be applied to damp timbers.
Which Type Should I Choose?
Wood Preserver - Clear: For use on interior or exterior rough sawn or planed timber such as floorboards, joists, roof timbers, window frames and doors. This product is an ideal pre-treatment which may be over painted, varnished, or stained when dry (allow 48 hours drying time), but on interior applications, it may also be left as the final finish for a natural wood effect. However, when used externally, over painting/staining is recommended, as this product does not repel water.
Wood Preserver - Fir Green, Dark Oak, Golden Chestnut & Red Cedar: Ideal for general use on rough sawn or planed timber such as window frames, fences, sheds, cladding, horticultural timber, roof timber, joists etc. Fir Green is particularly useful for easy identification of treated timbers and horticultural work. These colours can be over painted, stained or varnished later if required.
- Ready to use - do not dilute.
- Always use coarse rather than fine mist generators.
- Do not apply to surfaces on which food is prepared.
- Avoid contact with bitumen, roofing felt or plastics.
- It is the user’s responsibility to determine suitability for use. If in doubt, contact Technical Services Department for advice.