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Best treatment for a new fence and shed......

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by stevep94, 20 Jul 2009.

  1. stevep94

    stevep94

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    Just moved into a new house and had a shed put up so now I'm wondering what the best treatment is for it and my fence to best protect them against the elements?

    I've heard that shop bought creosote is pretty rubbish as it just washes off after a while - does anyone have any recommendations as to the best stuff I can buy for them??

    Many thanks......

    SteveP
     
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    always found that 5 year ducks back stuff to be good. wouldn't leave it 5 years between coats but it's pretty good
     
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    Hi we always use cuprinol garden shed and fence preserver.
    It is cemical based so lasts allot longer than the water based products.
    Some people say its a bit expensive i say to them it lasts.
     
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