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Sikagard Wood Preserver
Sikagard Wood Preserver gives long lasting protection from damaged caused by fungi, insects, dry rot and wet rot. Designed to effectively penetrate the wood, it is able to preserve both internal and external surfaces. As a solvent free, quick drying solution, Sikagard Wood Preserver can also be used on damp timbers, without impacting the results.
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Features and Benefits
- Quick drying
- Low odour
- Solvent free
- Clear solution
Direction of use
How you apply will depend on the timber you’re trying to preserve.
When applying the product to joinery or floorboards, use 1 litre of Sikagard Wood Preserver per 3 – 4m² of surface. You’ll need to apply between 2 – 3 coats of the solution, with at least 2 hours of drying time being each application.
When applying the product to timber not in ground contact, once again, use 1 litre of Sikagard Wood Preserver per 3 – 4m² of surface. To apply the solution, use a brush or spray application, completing at least 2 even coats.
Sikagard Wood Preserver Q&As
How does wood preserver work?
It works to prevent the degradation of wood over time by acting as a protective undercoat. When penetrating the timber, wood preserver is able to stabilise the natural moisture content in the wood, protecting it from future rot and decay.
How long does wood preserver take to dry?
When applying a second or third coat, you’ll need to leave at least 2 hours of drying time between each application. When applying paint, varnish or a stain over the top of the wood preserver, we’d recommend waiting up to 48 hours before application, to guarantee the solution has completely set.
Is wood preserver waterproof?
Sikagard Wood Preserver is not a waterproof solution. If being used externally, you’ll need to apply a waterproof stain, paint or varnish over the top to seal the wood from moisture.
Can you paint over wood preserver?
Yes, you can paint over wood preserver. It acts as a pre-treatment, expertly preparing the wood for the application of paint, varnish or a stain.