|No. of coats||2|
|Coverage||Up to 10m² per litre|
|Drying time||1 hr|
|Size||50ml Sample, 1L, 2.5L|
|MPN||5192608, 5192609, 5192785, 5192670, 5192687, 5232405, 5232406, 5192671, 5232404, 5192672, 5192684, 5192683, 5192674, 5245182, 5192682, 5192676, 5192677, 5192686, 5192678, 5192679, 5192689, 5192801, 5192803, 5192681, 5192680, 5092572, 5122390, 5092588, 5232365, 5083471, 5122392, 5092611, 5092582, 5083478, 5083482, 5092607, 5122391, 5122247, 5092592, 5083483, 5092573, 5083469, 5122395, 5092589, 5092604, 5232386, 5232387, 5083472, 5232385, 5092557, 5122397, 5092612, 5092586, 5244439, 5092583, 5083479, 5092567, 5092608, 5092577, 5122396, 5122393, 5159075, 5159077, 5092593, 5083484|
|GTIN||5010212575048, 5010212575062, 5010212576359, 5010212575086, 5010212576250, 5010212614327, 5010212614358, 5010212575109, 5010212614303, 5010212575123, 5010212576199, 5010212576175, 5010212575161, 5010212619445, 5010212576151, 5010212575208, 5010212575222, 5010212576236, 5010212575246, 5010212575260, 5010212576298, 5010212576458, 5010212576496, 5010212575307, 5010212575284, 5010368061457, 5010212557426, 5010368066162, 5010212614235, 5010368060382, 5010212557440, 5010212512777, 5010212512739, 5010368060887, 5010368061013, 5010212503119, 5010212557433, 5010212557402, 5010368066261, 5010368061112, 5010368061419, 5010368060177, 5010212557471, 5010368066124, 5010212503096, 5010212614242, 5010212614259, 5010368060375, 5010212614228, 5010368060573, 5010212557495, 5010212512746, 5010368066025, 5010212619438, 5010212512708, 5010368060870, 5010368061068, 5010212503126, 5010212476598, 5010212557488, 5010212557457, 5010212562901, 5010212562925, 5010368066223, 5010368061167|
Cuprinol Garden Shades has been specially developed to colour and protect sheds, fences and other garden wood. Its special pigments ensure a rich colour that allows the natural texture of the wood-grain to shine through.
Can be applied with the Cuprinol Spray and Brush sprayer.
Not sure which colour to choose? Cuprinol garden shades tester pots allow you to sample a range of colours before deciding which is best for your project. Cuprinol tester pots contain 50ml, enough to cover an area of approximately 12 square inches or 30 centimetres, depending on the type and condition of the wood.
Ensure that wooden surfaces to be treated are clean, dry and free from surface dirt and debris before painting.
Bare or untreated garden wood can be pre-treated with an exterior wood preservative prior to painting if required. It is important that any wood preservative used does not contain wax, oil or silicon as these will penetrate the wood and repel any water based product that is applied on top.
Always do a test area before starting any project to check suitability and compatibility. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times.
Do not apply in temperatures below 5℃, in damp conditions or if rain is likely before the product has dried. Low air temperature and or high humidity may prolong the overall drying time of the product.
Please note: The colour shade of the final finish may differ to that of the website and the tin when dry. This is down to the type and natural colouration of the wood being treated.
On areas subject to wear, such as garden furniture, allow Cuprinol garden paint to dry for a few days before heavy use or contact with soft furnishings such as throws and cushions.
To maintain the surface finish and its protective properties, re-apply a fresh coat of Garden Shades if the surface starts to show signs of weathering, following the Preparation and Application instructions.
Q. Can I use Cuprinol Garden Shades on decking?
A. Although ideal for decking balustrades and handrails, this garden paint is not durable enough for decking boards and will soon start to show signs of wear and tear. For alternative products suitable for decking, see our full Cuprinol product range.
Q. My garden shed and fence panels have been previously treated with decking oil. Can i now colour them with Cuprinol Garden Shades?
A. It depends on how long ago your shed and fence panels where oiled. Cuprinol Shades paint is a water based product so any remaining oil or wax from previous treatments will likely repel the paint. If the timbre hasn't been treated for a couple of years it may be OK. In situations like this we always recommend a test area before starting the main project to test adhesion.
Q. I want to use a wood preserver on my garden fencing before painting with Cuprinol Garden Shades. Which one should i use?
A. It's important that you use a wood preservative that doesn't contain wax, oil or silicon as these will prevent the paint from penetrating and adhering to the wood. Wood preservers that are advertised as being waterproof and resistant to weathering often contain wax, oil, silicon or a combination of these.
good all round experience buying from wood finishers. very pleased with the product. I have found the best finish is always after the second coat.
Gorgeous colour! Great coverage, would only use this again!
this is the colour of gardens. Shame the old shed could not take it after all the creasote on there,
Always use Cuprinol as easy to apply
As good a product I have ever used
I first used this product a year ago and so far the fence and shed panels I painted are showing no signs of deterioration as opposed to some as yet unpainted panels on which I had previously used another, much cheaper Cuprinol product which needed to be repainted after each winter. Based on this I have ordered more Garden Shades and will paint the whole fence this summer!
Quite thin paint, but goes on well and good coverage. A nice alternative for fences. I've also used it on raised beds and gates.
Good coverage from a thinner paint. Works well to blend back fence into surrounding hedges and make garden appear larger.
sample only and decided not to purchase the larger size tin as advised pressure treated timber and not necessary to paint over,however may decide to purchase a clear timber presreve in the spring/sumer of 2017.
Goes on great,dries quickly,looks great. Good range of colours to chose from.
We painted our new picket fence at the front of the house. It took two coats - the fence was previously seasoned- and it looks great. Really pleased with the final result. The grains of the wood show through which is exactly what we wanted. All good!
I have used this product in the past and I needed a quality protective finish for my new wooden allotment shed. This product does the job, based on past usage, so I searched for Cuprinol on line. Wood Direct Finishes came out top on price. The shed now looks great and will be weather protected for a number of years.