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For Garden

Wood care and colour for your garden.

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For Home

Whatever you need to use to fix or refresh your home, we've got it.

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All the DIY help you need

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about a product or application? Have a look through our Frequently Asked Questions and you should find the answer.

When should I treat my fences?

The best time to treat your fences is in spring. At this time the temperature is more favourable and vegetation which would normally get in the way will not have grown too much. Treating at this time means the hard work is done in time to enjoy the summer.

What's the difference between a stain and an oil?

The difference is in the finish and the level of protection. An oil soaks in to wood and nourishes it. It gives wood a lightly tinted finish. A stain gives richer colour and a bit more protection.

What is the difference between a wax and a varnish?

A wax leaves a great finish but is not as durable as a varnish. A varnish creates a seal over the wood and should be used in areas that are more prone to damage.

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