If you’re looking for outstanding performance with a beautiful finish, Sadolin Classic is the ideal choice for specifiers looking for multi-functional wood protection.
Sadolin Classic, available in over 40 shades, is suitable for all exterior wood and delivers long-lasting protection for a wide range of timber, including decking, cladding and fencing.
Sadolin also provides exceptional protection against the elements, due to its high performance formulation which enables the product to absorb deep into the timber. It is ideal as a base stain on new joinery, prior to the subsequent application of Sadolin Extra durable woodstain.
Sharon Smith, Sadolin’s Brand Manager described Sadolin as delivering a highly attractive finish and giving projects the finishing touch and being the most versatile woodstain yet, due to its all-purpose ability.
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