Fence Stain

About Fence Stain

Treat your Fence with Oils, Stains and Varnishes

When your fence starts to crack and peel from exposure to the outdoor elements, it’s time to consider a product that will restore its natural beauty. A fence stain, oil or varnish might one of the things you look for, with a range of products available to help you treat your wood and timber fencing in the best way possible.

Promain supply a comprehensive selection of advanced fencing stains, tried and tested to deliver the high-quality finish your garden fence undoubtedly deserves. We have a range of colours available for those of you looking to create a decorative look, or clear wood stain for those of you more concerned about protecting the wood itself.

If you are looking for the best fencing oil or wood fence stain to protect and decorate your garden fence, Promain can give you advice to help you with your project. Within our range, you will find a selection of decorative products that offer outstanding protection, including penetrating wood finishes, and wood stains.

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  1. Bedec Barn Paint
    Bedec Barn Paint

    Suitable for featheredge, waney edge, metal and plastic cladding, fencing, exterior wood, metal, brick and concrete.

    From £34.33 £28.61
  2. Owatrol Aquadecks
    Owatrol Aquadecks

    For all Interior and Exterior Wood such as decking, garden furniture and cladding.

    From £32.84 £27.37
  3. Owatrol Shed and Fence Paint
    Owatrol Shed and Fence Paint

    A water based, opaque matt paint for exterior wood. Up to 15 year warranty.

    From £39.26 £32.72
  4. Owatrol Tropitech All in One
    Owatrol Tropitech All in One

    Waterborne coloured protecting finish for hardwood, softwoods, pressure-treated timber decking, docks and cladding.

    From £146.51 £122.09
  5. Owatrol Textrol Penetrating Oil Finish
    Owatrol Textrol Penetrating Oil Finish

    Textrol protects soft and hardwoods against moisture and UV damage, Quick and easy to apply, will not crack, peel or flake.

    From £27.86 £23.22
  6. Linitop Classic Acryl
    Linitop Classic Acryl

    A decorative, satin finish, water based, quick drying wood stain with excellent UV resistance for interior and exterior vertical woodwork.

    From £28.45 £23.71
  7. Solignum Architectural Solvent Based Opaque Woodstain
    Solignum Architectural Solvent Based Opaque Woodstain

    A BBA certified low-maintenance, solvent based microporous, flexible opaque, preservative.

    From £95.72 £79.77
  8. Owatrol Solid Colour Stain
    Owatrol Solid Colour Stain

    A hard wearing, long lasting paint decking, barns, cabins, cladding, fencing, outdoor furniture and more.

    From £26.93 £22.44
  9. Remmers HK Stain (Burnt Charred Cladding)
    Remmers HK Stain (Burnt Charred Cladding)

    A decorative, alkyd resin, solvent based premium wood preservative stain for exterior wood.

    From £39.18 £32.65
  10. Teknos Woodex Solid Opaque Wood Stain
    Teknos Woodex Solid Opaque Wood Stain

    An alkyd-oil-based semi gloss and opaque wood stain for outdoor use. Contains agents that protect the wood against soiling and weathering.

    From £187.70 £156.42
  11. Teknos Woodex Classic Wood Stain
    Teknos Woodex Classic Wood Stain

    A solvent based alkyd transparent wood stain for outdoor use.

    From £16.18 £13.48
  12. Solignum Architectural Water Based Opaque Woodstain
    Solignum Architectural Water Based Opaque Woodstain

    Solignum Architectural Water Based Opaque woodstain is a micro porous that protects against the damaging effects of sunlight and rain.

    From £55.28 £46.07
  13. Bird Brand Complete+ Superior Wood Preserver
    Bird Brand Complete+ Superior Wood Preserver

    A solvent based, deeply penetrative wood preserver which prevents rot, mould and decay, which is harmless when dry and water repellent.

    From £34.80 £29.00
  14. Bird Brand Complete Wood Protector
    Bird Brand Complete Wood Protector

    A solvent based wood treatment that protects external timbers against water ingress, fungal growth and UV damage.

    From £25.80 £21.50
  15. Bird Brand Stud Fence Stain
    Bird Brand Stud Fence Stain

    Stud Fence Stain prevents harm to horses by discouraging the ingestion of fencing and rough sawn timber.

    From £37.44 £31.20
  16. Bird Brand Ecosote Wood Preserver
    Bird Brand Ecosote Wood Preserver

    Ecosote Wood Preserver is a water based preserver that fight fungi and also control green algae growth.

    From £43.79 £36.49
  17. Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain Effect
    Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain Effect

    A satin matt transparent wood stain for exterior use.

    From £135.01 £112.51
  18. Osmo One Coat Only HS Plus
    Osmo One Coat Only HS Plus

    A solvent free semi-transparent, satin-matt exterior and interior finish for hardwood and softwood joinery.

    From £85.13 £70.94

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Stain for Wood Fence: What is it used for?

Fence stains are essential when it comes to repelling weather damage, eroding, insects and UV light degradation. When applied correctly and left to dry for the advised length of time, your fencing will be able to withstand attacks from sunlight, water, insects and mould growth. A quality wood stain will help you fence to resist many of the outdoor elements that would usually be harmful to the wood.

Fences that have been left untreated for a long period can become dull, broken, damaged and lifeless. Treating your fence with a fencing oil, stain or varnish will help you to restore beauty to your fence and your garden on a whole. You can purchase sprayable fence stain or varnishes that can be applied by brush, giving you the flexibility you need to protect your fence the way you like.

Fence Stain UK

Improve and renovate your garden or exterior fence with fence stain from Promain, we offer a variety of fence stain colours, your garden fence will look brilliant all year round. There’s really no need to consider another paint professional, at Promain you can keep your fence looking great in all seasons, simply choose from our range of fence stains today. All of our fence stain products are specially formulated and will provide a rich colour, as well as protect your fence from weather damage and the elements. Should you need fence stains, then make sure you take a look at the extensive range and high quality staining products that are available at Promain. Should you need any help or advice referring to our range of fence stains then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us as the team will be more than happy to help.

Fence Stain Colours

At Promain we stock an extensive range of fence stains that come in many colours and finishes, there are so many options to choose from, when you shop at Promain, you’re bound to find the most perfect fence stain colour. The fence stain that we provide comes in many colours helping you to create and achieve the fence staining that you require. At Promain we are renowned for being a leading stockist of fence stains and we aim to offer an extensive range of products that come in many colours and shades. The fence stains that we stock have all been manufactured to ensure that you receive a freshly stained fence surface that makes your exterior look great. From clear fence stains to grey and black fence stains, we have a vast selection of products available. Regardless of your specific needs, be sure to make us your first choice when it comes to finding fence stain suppliers. Should you need any help or advice referring to our range of fence stains then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us as the team will be more than happy to help.

Clear Fence Stain

If you are looking for clear fence stains then consider the team at Promain today, we stock a range of clear fence stains that are available to buy online today. We ensure that all of the products we supply will work to the best of their advantage and provide our customers with a fence that they can be proud of. Here at Promain we only sell products that we would be happy to use ourselves, so if you have any questions about any of the fence stain products we have available then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team who can provide you with the information you require.

Grey Fence Stain

When you’re in need of grey fence stains, at Promain, we;ve got you covered, the fence stain products that we supply are perfect for a range of fences, what’s more is the collection we stock also includes products that will suit a range of fence types and styles. So whatever you need at Promain we are fully stocked up with fence stains that will suit your needs, we can also provide you with a fast delivery service. If you are unsure of the fence stain that you need, don’t worry, this is where Promain’s experts come in, we can always be on hand to answer any queries that you may have regarding fence stains.

Black Fence Stain

Having been providing customers across the UK with a wide range of quality and affordable black fence stains for a number of years now, we have fast become the leading choice for people who are looking to buy fence stains. So if you are looking for black fence stains, make sure that you call Promain today, we should be your first port of call for fence stains, you won’t be disappointed. The fence stains that we stock are all of the best quality and aim to provide a durable and hard wearing surface application to your fence. The selection that we stock has been hand picked based on top of the range fence stain manufacturers and their products, we provide a cost effective selection and will make sure that our clients receive efficient fence stain products. When looking for the ‘best fence stains’, make sure that Promain is your first port of call. Should you need fence stains, then make sure you take a look at the extensive range and high quality staining products that are available at Promain.

Wood Fence Stain

When you are buying fence stains make sure to buy from Promain, we are known for being the UK’s leading garden fence stain supplier. Our expert team comes with years of experience and a wealth of knowledge when it comes to all types of fence stains, from clear fence stains to black and grey options, we have got you covered. You can rest assured that we have your needs covered when it comes to fence stains, should you be looking to paint the fence in your commercial or domestic exterior area, our products are great. What’s more, when you choose to buy fence stains from Promian you can trust all of our products are available at great prices.

What is the Best Fence Stain?

When it comes to finding a quality stain to enhance the look of your fence, it’s important to consider all the different options first. There really isn’t a ‘best fence stain’, but there are a few solid options out there that we would recommend. Solignum Architectural and Owatrol Solid Colour Stain are just a couple of the stains we would recommend for treating and decorating your fence. Of course, it all depends on the substrate and the environment in question, as well as the level of protection that is required.

How to Stain a Fence?

Before you even consider staining your fence you will need to find out the best way to prepare the surface based on the technical data sheet provided by the manufacturer. We’d always recommend you consider the weather conditions as this will have an impact on how well your product functions.

As a general rule, we’d advise that all lose and flaking paint is removed and that the fence is abraded and thoroughly cleaned and degreased prior to application. All previous products should be completely removed and your surface should be clean and dry. Owatrol Dilunett is a solvent free paint remover that can strip previous coatings from your fence for you. After this, Net-trol can be used to neutralise the Dilunett and make sure the timber is clean and at the correct PH level prior to applying your stain.

The application process is very straight forward you can either use a brush or a sprayer.

  • Using a Brush - Put lots of stain on the brush and apply a thick, even coat. One coat will do the job but if the wood is a contrasting colour or very weathered a second coat can be put on.
  • Using a Sprayer - Pour the stain into the sprayer. Pump it up or turn it on and start spraying. For an even finish use long, sweeping arm movements and move along the full width of the panel. Drop down and do the same again going over where you have already sprayed by 50%.

Remember to remove any stain from your brush and wash in warm, soapy water. Don't put any leftover stain down the drain or into watercourses. Your local authority may have facilities to get rid of unused stain.

How to Choose the Right Stain for your Fence

There is such a wide choice of wood stains available now that it can be quite bewildering. Just make sure the one you choose is suitable for exterior applications. Check on the tin for coverage to make sure you buy enough.

When it comes to colour, make sure you think about how the whole fence is going to look. A bright gold might contrast well with one of your plants, but when you’re looking at 20 metres of it you might not like it as much. Try applying a small amount of stain to an area of fence that’s not too obvious first and let it dry to make sure it comes out the colour that you want.

If you are using a sprayer to apply the stain, make sure you buy one that is compatible with a sprayer.

Let Promain Help Choose a Product to Protect Your Fence

If you need help finding the right stain or oil to restore your garden fence, the Promain technical department are here to help you along the way. By calling us, we can talk to you about the different products we have for staining fences, as well as the different fence stain colours and fencing varnishes we have available to help you make an informed decision.

As well as offering a comprehensive range of stains for fences, we also have stains for decking, interior wood and garden furniture, as well as interior and exterior wood cleaners to help you keep your wood looking fresh. We also stock a range of quality products for painting fences, should you wish to achieve a different look.

Frequently Asked Questions About Fence Stain

When is the best time to stain your fence?

Staining your fence is a job for the spring/summertime. When temperatures are warmer (between 10-35 degrees celcius) and the relative humidity doesn’t exceed 80% are ideal conditions. Check that fog and rain aren’t part of the forecast as this could make staining your fence a lot trickier. Protect your fence from direct sunlight during the application process if you can, although this is just a general rule and may vary from brand to brand. Always consult with the manufacturers data sheet to ensure you stain your fence in the right conditions.

How much paint stain will I need?

This totally depends on the system you choose to stain your fence with, as coverage rates can vary between brands. Wood is a natural substrate with carrying levels of porosity that can affect consumption. The chosen method of application can affect how much stain you need also. Sawn timber will consume more product and planed timber will give you a higher coverage rate, so be sure to find out about the surface you are treating.

What equipment will I need to stain my fence?

Make sure you wear old clothing and gloves, as it’s impossible to paint a fence without some stain transferring itself onto your person at some point! You need to decide on how you are going to apply the stain. You can use an old-fashioned brush, a roller, or if you have a large expanse of fencing it may be worth investing in a pump or power sprayer. If you are using a brush, a good wide (at least 100mm/4”) brush will cover the surface quicker, but you will also need a smaller (25-50mm/1-2”) brush to get into awkward gaps. Even if you are using a roller or sprayer, you will need to use a brush to paint the harder-to-reach areas and edges where you need to be careful not to spray stain, ie where the fence adjoins a wall or if there are windows or delicate plants nearby.

Do you need to sand a fence before staining?

This will depend on the type of fence that you have, if you have a brand new fence, there should be no need to sand it first before you stain it. We advise that you do not stain over a painted fence, first sand it as this will provide the best surface for staining. Should you want to add colour to the fence stain, we recommend this as it will help to bring out the best from the grain of the fence wood. Clear stains can look good as well as they will show off the wood grain and the wood quality.

How to clean the fence before staining?

Outdoor surfaces and areas will go through a lot, especially when considering different seasons and the weather, they will collect dirt and grime, as well as their old paint which will flake off. Being exposed to the elements such as high and low temperatures - heat, rain and snow, will affect the fence. Cleaning them before staining can be a big job but it's essential as it will ensure that you get the best results from staining your fence, pressure washing is advised as this will remove the majority of dirt, grime, mold and algae. However, when it comes to pressure washing, it's also important that you don’t use too much pressure and damage the fence.

Does stain protect the wood fence?

Yes, fence stain will help to protect the wood fence, there are a range of stains available, this includes transparent stains which will provide protection to the wood as well as enhance the grain. The more solid a wood stain in colour, the more protection you will get. For more information on the range of wood fence stains and protection coats that we provide, get in touch with Promain today.

How to apply stain to a fence?

First things first, it’s vital that you prepare the fence first, this will include cleaning it and getting rid of any dirt or debris, depending on the condition of the fence you may also need to sand it. When it comes to fence stain applications, the process tends to be straightforward, you can use a brush to apply a thick and even coat, one coat of fence fence stain should do the job, however you may require a second coat depending on the type of fence wood. For more information on fence stain applications, feel free to call on the team at Promain today, our technical experts can be on hand to answer any questions that you may have.

How long does it take to stain a fence?

This all depends on the type of fence that you have, as well as how big the fence is. It's important that you prepare the area before applying the stain, this can also take some time but is essential to ensure that you get the best fence stain finish. Preparation should include cleaning and sanding the area, the fence should then be left to dry after cleaning before you start to apply the fence stain.