Sadolin launches new gloss exterior varnish

  • 30 Mar 2017

Woodcare brand, Sadolin, has launched a new gloss exterior varnish with a true clear finish.

The Sadolin Yacht Varnish is a clear, traditional, high gloss varnish for use outdoors on windows, doors and conservatories. The translucent finish makes it appropriate for new wood and previously coated surfaces.

In addition, the varnish provides long lasting protection and prevents peeling and flaking with its high build barrier and UV inhibitors. Sadolin Yacht Varnish is available in 750 ml and 2.5 litre pack sizes.

Sadolin Brand Manager, Sharon Smith said the varnish has been developed in response to demand for a clear exterior varnish and the company prides itself on creating the best in wood protection products.

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

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