Wood protection guide

Product and colour guide showcases latest Sadolin coatings

  • 22 Sep 2016

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Sadolin has published a new-look product and colour guide revealing the latest additions to the woodcare brand’s collection of coatings. The guide focuses on photographic content which illustrates how the Sadolin range can been used to achieve a transformational effect. 

The guide features the brand’s new Beautiflex coating, available in a wide range of opaque shades for exterior wood such as decking, as well as more recently-launched products such as Sadolin Woodfiller and Sadolin Non-Drip Woodstain. 

The guide features a combination of printed, online and video content, including quick links to a series of individual product videos. The videos – also available on the Sadolin Woodcare YouTube channel – introduce each product, detail where it can be used, highlight key features and showcase the finishes that can be achieved. 

Sadolin,
Crown Paints,
Crown House,
Hollins Road,
Darwen,
Lancashire,
BB3 OBG,
United Kingdom

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