How To Choose Your Garden Fence: Using Water-Based Wood Protection

Earlier on, we had discussed about the use of saturating oils and opaque finishes in protecting your fence. This time round we are going to look at water-based finishes. They are considered to be friendly to the environment. We shall look at key features of water-based saturating wood finish Aquadecks.

The greatest benefit of using Aquadecks is that the product can be used on new wood without necessarily using Seasonite. In addition, it comes ready-to use. Furthermore, it can be used on all types of external wood surfaces. It is not limited to your garden fence. The product is available in 3 different finishes. This allows you to choose your favorite.

The three types of finishes are movingue, teak and honey. It penetrates wood, saturates it thereby providing excellent protection. It reduces damage to the wood, makes it stable and provides a clear matt finish that makes the wood look natural. Moreover, it is easy to apply. Note that it is applied on wet-wet surface.

Guide On How To Use Aquadecks Water-based Treatment Product To Protect Your Fence

Just as explained above, you don’t need to use Seasonite on new wood. Neither do you need to allow it to weather before applying Aquadecks. Treat your wood by using Aquanett wood oil remover.It has the ability to remove mild graze that might inhibit the product from penetrating into the wood. This excellent Owatrol product is easy to use. It is also solvent free. Moreover, you only need 20 minutes. You will be through with the application. Always ensure that the wood is properly dried before applying Aquadecks.

In case your wood is weathered already, less surface preparation will be required. Simply remove any dirt on wood surface by using Net-Trol. Allow it to dry for about 2 days. You can then begin to apply Aquadecks. For every 5m2 area, you will require 1 litre. You can apply using roller, brush or airless sprayer. Always ensure that you apply in sections that can be completed in 15 minutes. You should also not allow the surface to dry between the two coats.

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