Is it time to spruce up your shed?
How a couple of litres of good quality wood preservative and a few hours work can give your greying shed a new lease of life.
It won’t cost much or take long to get great results
This little garden shed is quite new and already you can see the timber turning grey. This is a common problem. When you first purchase your shed, it may look very attractive initially, but in most cases, that won’t last long. It’s tempting to leave it as it is and the last thing you’ll probably think of is treating a brand-new shed with a wood preservative. In most cases we’d advise that you do just that. This will prevent the rapid greying after just twelve months and will soak the timber to a deeper level with preservative, prolonging its life and helping it to retain its initial visual appeal.
There are many different wood preservatives on the market and we have tried a few of them, but the same shed below was treated with Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative in a Light Brown. You can see the results for yourself, a greying shed, resurrected and looking much better. We think it does a stunning job. This shed was treated in two hours with two people working together and with only two litres of preservative. So, when you get the time and the weather is fair, why not give your shed a treat and spruce up your garden?
Well worth a few hours work, and a couple of litres of preservative wouldn’t you say?
Barrettine Premier Wood Preservative
A solvent-based high-performance exterior wood preserver. Perfect for sheds, fences, decking, summer houses and other garden wood. Protects timber against wood boring insects, wood rotting fungi and blue stain. Contains wax and water repellent resins, UV fade resistant colour pigments. Is a deep penetrating formula for long lasting protection, low odour. What more do you want? Keep it to yourself though.