Sadolin: Made with the Outdoors in Mind

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Sadolin is a brand with a long history spanning over two centuries. Born in Denmark, the company has gone from humble beginnings to a strong presence in modern markets. Their advanced range of treatment products offers an outstanding degree of protection for both exterior and interior wood. 

Unique features such as light filtering pigments, bestow a longer-lasting quality of colour for exterior wood. Their products are also designed to provide exterior wood with a special, microporous ‘jacket’, allowing the wood to breathe naturally and expertly resist moisture. 

Famed as much for their innovation as their ease of maintenance, Sadolin products have a wealth of qualities to offer modern DIY enthusiasts. We’re here to give you the inside scoop.

Sadolin is ideal for the interior and exterior of the house. Photo credit to: Midascode

Sadolin Classic Wood Protection

We start with a true classic; the “bread and butter” of Sadolin. Their highly versatile, all-purpose wood stain is varnish-based and can be applied as a standalone product or as an additional base-stain for Sadolin Extra Durable.

When we say versatile, it’s an assured statement. Sadolin Classic Wood Protection is purpose-built for a wealth of exterior projects including cladding, decking and even more interior-based joinery, such as windows and door frames. 

Your wood will benefit from a deeply penetrating formula that deters UV rays and assuredly protects from weathering. Looking forward, you can sleep easy, knowing your wood is in safe hands.

Classic Wood Protection is ideal for a wealth of surfaces. Photo courtesy of: Sadolin

Sadolin Garden Furniture Stain and Protector

This waterborne wood stain offers the aesthetic gratification of a high-quality wood stain, in addition to a highly protective coating. Sadolins 2 in 1 product is available in three stunning, natural shades that dry to a translucent, satin finish.

It comes complete with UV active technology that will ensure your garden furniture looks it’s best for more than just one summer. Application will also provide a tough, hard-wearing finish that resists algae build up as a result of damp conditions. 

In short, your garden furniture will have never looked better. No more the forgotten feature, instead there to provide you with a comfortable space in the sun. 

Sadolin Decking Stain and Protector

The 2 in 1 theme continues with Sadolin Decking Stain and Protector. An eco-friendly water-base gives great coverage for all wooden decking and is available in 5 delectable shades ranging from ebony to golden brown. A satin finish will help provide your decking with a delicate luster. 

Top-notch features such as UV active technology credit this product as another of Sadolins superior range of coatings and treatments. It also grants decking the durability it requires to resist weathering and foot traffic. 

Decking to die for. Photo courtesy of: Sadolin

Sadolin Wood Filler

No matter the conditions, the eventual damage of wood is a certainty that is almost impossible to avoid. In response to this reality, Sadolin premium quality filler is designed specifically for repairing minor defects and damage to wood. 

Ideal for use on either softwoods or hardwoods, it achieves results by forming a durable layer that works on all types of timber. This product is easy to apply, creates great adhesion,  and can be used on both interior and exterior wood.  Furthermore, it can also be over-coated once dry with a finishing of your choice. For larger fixes, see Sadolin Stainable Wood Filler.

Need help with your garden project?

Contact our team of resident experts who are always on hand to help with project advice and product recommendations. Alternatively, see our FAQ page which covers many of our most commonly asked questions.

We love to see before, during and after photos of any wood finishing project. If you would like to share your project pictures with us and our followers, you can either send us some photos or share on our Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram pages.

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