Sadolin Beautiflex wood care

Beautiflex combines flexible wood care with superior aesthetics

  • 14 Oct 2015

Sadolin has launched a new, superior wood care product designed to deliver an attractive, flexible finish with long term protection in a wide spectrum of opaque shades.

Sadolin Beautiflex is a solvent opaque woodstain suited for all new, bare or previously coated exterior wood. 

The finish can be applied in colder temperatures, enabling wood protection projects to take place outside the typical outdoor season.

Through a formulation featuring alkyd resin technology, Sadolin Beautiflex achieves superior flexibility, giving the assurance of up to 7 years protection.

A choice of colour

All shades benefit from exceptional light fastness and are designed to retain their colour integrity for the long term thanks to high UV protection.

The new range is available with 3 ready mixed colours and 42 tinted shades available for variety of choice.

Sharon Smith, Sadolin Brand Manager, said: “We are really excited about the wide-ranging qualities of Sadolin Beautiflex.

“And as it’s a solvent based formulation specifiers can take advantage of milder Autumn and Spring weather to fit exterior wood protection protects into their schedules.”

The finish is available in both 1 and 2.5 litre containers, providing ample opportunity to give it a try on different sized projects from doors and windows, to larger areas such as fencing and cladding.

Crown Paints,
Crown House,
Hollins Road,
United Kingdom

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