Sadolin Classic provides a great finish for wood and long-lasting defence against the weather.
It absorbs deep into the timber and provides great coverage and maximum protection from the weather.
The product is one of the most versatile of the range, effective on large areas of timber such as decking, as well as cladding, fascias, decking and rough sawn timber and is available in over 40 shades.
Sharon Smith, Crown Paints’ Trade Communication Manager, said: “Sadolin Classic delivers a highly attractive, translucent finish, which gives the finishing touch to projects. This is our most versatile woodstain due to its ability to be used on all exterior wood including decking.
“For optimum protection, it is also ideal as a base stain on new joinery, when used in partnership with Sadolin Extra durable woodstain.”
In addition, Sadolin Classic features in the ‘This Is Sadolin’ video series, in episode two.
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