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Ronseal Multi-Purpose Wood Treatment 2.5L

Multi-Purpose Wood Treatment protects all interior and exterior wood from rot and insect attacks. It soaks deep into the wood to prevents future infestations from woodworm and other insects. It can also be sprayed so application is quick and easy.
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Multi-Purpose Wood Treatment protects all interior and exterior wood from rot and insect attacks. It soaks deep into the wood to prevents future infestations from woodworm and other insects. It can also be sprayed so application is quick and easy.

  • Long last protection with a clear finish
  • Prevents wet and dry rot
  • Stops woodworm attacks and infestations
  • Protects against insect attacks
  • Can be painted over with paint, stain, oil or varnish

Before you start

The wood needs to be clear and clean before you can treat it. Remove all existing coatings like paint, varnish or stains.

If timbers have rotted and decayed, you will need to cut them out and replace them. To prevent rot from spreading, burn the decayed wood at least 45cm beyond the damaged area.

Application

  1. Use a brush or sprayer to apply a thin coat to your wood. End grains should be dipped and don’t forget about joints too.
  2. Wait roughly 24 hours for the first coat to dry.
  3. Apply the second coat.
  4. After 48 hours your wood will be ready for varnishing or painting.

Multi-Purpose Wood Treatment is suitable for brand new wood. If you treat it at the beginning, you won’t have to worry about it in the beginning.

Aftercare

Cleaning

Remove as much product from your brush or sprayer as possible and then clean it in warm soapy water.

You should never pour unused treatment down the drain. Instead, contact your local council for information on the proper way to dispose of it.

Maintenance

Multi-Purpose Wood Treatment can be varnished, oiled or painted over. It will protect again all future infestations and put a stop to wet and dry rot.

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