Fence/Gate/Shed paint - the sprayable variety. Cuprinol Ducksback?

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by Mr. Clueless, 13 Sep 2016.

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    Mr. Clueless

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    Ok the thread title is a bit of a jumbled mess but it contains the details of what i'm going to ask about.

    I was thinking of getting a garden paint sprayer (nothing fancy) because we will have to paint a number of 6x5 panels, a wooden shed & a 1.8-x-1.1 gate.

    I'd looked at that ducksback paint as when looking at reviews (& knowing how reviews work - people only tend to use them to have a moan) it got a very good writeup.

    Only thing was - i didn't see it in the sprayable variety & i don't really fancy painting all this by hand.


    Is there anywhere that does a sprayable version of the ducksback?

    Aside from that, can you experienced folk recommend a good long lasting protecting paint as an alternative (note: sprayable)?

    I highlight "good" because i bought some of the cheapy B&Q stuff thinking it'd be ok. Well that's a lesson learned - layered it up with anything from 3-5 coats & in areas it still washed off in the rain. Terrible stuff.
     
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