Is Sadolin Classic a wood preserver?

Sadolin Classic Wood Protection is an all-purpose wood stain for interior and exterior, smooth and rough sawn timber.

What’s the difference between Sadolin Classic and Sadolin Extra?

Sadolin Classic is ideal for all exterior wood, including decking, and is the most versatile wood stain in the Sadolin range. Sadolin Extra also offers tough weather protection due to its flexibility and water repellent features, while enhancing the natural beauty of the wood.

Is Sadolin Classic waterproof?

Ideal for use on windows, doors and conservatories. Waterproof with UV filters. A high quality decking oil for use on all wooden garden decking. Replaces natural oils lost through weathering.

Does Sadolin protect wood?

Sadolin Classic has been formulated to absorb deep into the timber to provide exceptional and long-lasting protection from the elements. On its own it can be used to protect exterior wood surfaces including decking, fencing, cladding, sheds, fascias, garden furniture and garden buildings.

Is Sadolin Classic any good?

5.0 out of 5 stars SADOLIN IS WOODS BEST FRIEND. Continually using this product has proved that, buying the cheapest is a waste of time, that’s why I have always brought SADOLIN products. Application is straight forward, durability is guaranteed, colour stays strong and bright and choice of colours is excellent.

Is Sadolin Classic oil or water based?

Oil-based finishes do not enhance the grain of the wood, meaning woodstains and other non opaque wood treatments are oil based. One such treatment is Sadolin Classic Woodstain. This is a coloured wood treatment that offers a transparent coloured finish, enhancing & protecting interior and exterior wood.

Can you paint over Sadolin Classic?

You can paint over it with an oil based paint…. Give it a good sanding to knock off the gloss, and remove any flaking – just like painting over ordinary paint.

Can you varnish over Sadolin Classic?

Definitely no need to topcoat over this product with varnish. Only thing I would say, if you’ve got time, leave 48 hours between coats.

Is Sadolin exterior water-based?

A medium build, water-based stain for use on exterior wood. Ideal for windows, doors and conservatories.

Can I paint over Sadolin Classic?

Sadolin Woodshield is an excellent alternative to traditional gloss paint. USE DIRECTLY OVER EXISTING GLOSS PAINT – Sadolin Woodshield can be used directly over your prepared existing gloss paint or woodstain without the need for stripping back or an additional primer.

How long does Sadolin last?

Sean Thompson, Sadolin Woodcare expert, said: “With one coat of Classic and two coats of Extra, the system will give an approximate durability cycle of four to five years.

How many coats does the Sadolin Classic have?

Both products provide protection on their own on various wooden surfaces – Sadolin Classic is a two-coat application for planed and rough sawn timber, while Sadolin Extra provides a durable maintenance coat, for windows, doors and other exterior joinery.

What are the features of Sadolin classic wood protection?

Sadolin Classic Wood Protection 1 Features and Highlights 2 Overview. Sadolin Classic Wood Protection is an all-purpose wood stain for interior and exterior, smooth and rough sawn timber. 3 Preparation. Timber surfaces must be suitably prepared, clean, sound and dry. 4 Application. 5 Finishing. 6 Aftercare.

What kind of wood varnish can I use with Sadolin?

Alternatively use Sadolin Classic All Purpose Woodstain to add colour to interior wood, followed by a protective topcoat of Sadolin Polyurethane Varnish or Sadolin Polyurethane Floor Varnish. Available in a choice of over 50 shades including tintable colours.

Can you use knotting agents on Sadolin wood?

Knotting agents should not be used with Sadolin woodstain systems Hardwoods such as Teak, Ipe, Meranti and Balau must be thoroughly de-greased with methylated spirits prior to applying Sadolin Classic Wood Protection, as they contain a lot of natural oils

How long does it take to dry Sadolin wood?

Any timber that has not been previously treated with a wood preservative should be treated with two liberal coats of Sadolin Quick Drying Wood Preserver, paying particular attention to end grains and allowing 24 hours drying time between coats, before over-coating with Sadolin Classic Wood Protection