The Classic Select range is designed to allow the natural grain of the wood to show through, making it ideal for use on exterior wood, to protect large external areas such as cladding and fascia.
The product is available in four ready-mixed colours; Light Oak, Teak, Rich Mahogany and Rosewood.
The wood stains offer semi-transparent matt finishes, developed to enhance the appearance of wood, whilst offering up to four years of protection – helping to prevent cracking, flaking and peeling.
Michael Marjoran, Category Manager – Woodcare, at Dulux Decorator Centre, comments: The Classic Select collection has been based on popular woodstain colours from the Dulux Trade collection. Particularly with the increasing trend for cladding, the new finishes lend visual appeal to exteriors whilst ensuring unbeatable protection.
The Classic Select collection is now available both in-store and online at Dulux Decorator Centre, included within a wider range of professional wood care protection products.
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