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Johnstones Shed & Fence

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by sparkwright, 7 Jun 2021.

  1. sparkwright

    sparkwright

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    Anyone used Johnstones Shed & Fence water-based slap it on wood treatment?

    Fed up with the short-lived results from similar companies such as Ronseal, wickes, and even Cuprinol Ducksback - yet still require a similar product.

    Have just applied the Johnstones, seemed not too thick, meaning the stuff should soak in a bit.

    Not expecting miracles, but anyone know if this stuff lasts for more than a year?
     
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    The nearest I've been to Johnstone's is the bathroom paint, 2.5L for £16 at B&M which I'm happy with.

    I did my entire fence with Ronseal One Coat a couple of years ago and it faded within a year - my opinion, rubbish.

    Some folk advocate decking oil stained down to the colour you want which would be dark oak for me.
     
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