- Water-based protection to stabilise new wood outdoors with variable dimensions such as coniferous wood, pressure treated or otherwise, during its first year of exposure.
- Stabilises and protects the wood during its first year of exposure to bad weather.
- Essential for pressure treated wood.
- Regulates the moisture and avoids resumptions of moisture while enabling the wood to gently deglaze.
- Effective, including for those with surface glazing.
- Considerably limits deformations and springing in the first months of exposure of the wood
- Preserves its natural appearance while delaying greying.
- Colourless, Woodprim is applied in a single coat.
- After 6 to 12 months of exposure of the wood to bad weather yields a sound prepared surface before finishing with a saturating oil, stain, paint, varnish…
- Resinous wood, pressure treated or otherwise: douglas, larch, red cedar, spruce…, broadleaved wood.
- Recommended for chalets, weatherboarding, shutters, doors, frames, railings, fencing, terraces, duckboards…
- Applied directly, before or after fitting, to wood dry to the touch. Not suitable for wood already exposed to bad weather for several months.
ADVICE OF THE PROFESSIONALS
- Do not apply to waterproofed wood.
- To treat shingles, it is possible to soak them for 10 mn then let the product drain off.
- On grey wood exposed to bad weather for more than a year, apply Wood Cleaner or Wood Oil Cleaner if the wood has already been oiled.
- Always work from top to bottom on vertical surfaces.
- If a spray gun is used, smooth with a brush as you go along.