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Fence Paint/Treatment Recommendations

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by HenryGregory, 20 Oct 2020.

  1. HenryGregory

    HenryGregory

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    My fence is about 2.5 years old and is starting to fade.
    Can anyone recommend the best treatment paint I should get applied to it? It is going quite green in areas. I have got about 11/12 panels to do.

    Much appreciated.

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  2. ktuludays

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    I like the cuprinol ducks back product. Used it for a few customers now and my own shed and for the money it's decent stuff with good water repellent properties
     
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    Thanks for the recommendation. Do you think Harvest Brown would be a good match for the natural colour of this wood? Also, did you find you could get away with one coat or did you need to go back for a second coat?
     
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    Colour is a very personal choice, any you choose will change the look.

    Two coats is preferred, you'd better hurry before weather turns ;)
     
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