Thursday, 22 April 2010

Garden Fencing - Ronseal Fencelife

Fence panels and garden sheds need all year round protection from the elements. Giving the garden fencing a coat of Ronseal Fencelife will improve the look of the fence panels and provide up to 5 years of colour and protection. It is fade resistant and quick drying, touch dry in 1 - 2 hours. The current formula is wax enriched which improves the waterproofing protection and ensures batter protection.

The Ronseal Fencelife is uniquely formulated and can be sprayed or painted on to garden fencing, sheds and trellis. When used with the Power Sprayer, the Fencelife can be applied in half the time it would normally take to paint. Even easier to use than ever before, stir thoroughly, clip on the Power Sprayer, turn on and start spraying. To obtain the best finish, hold the nozzle approx 23cm or 9 inches away gram the garden fencing and squeeze the trigger to start spraying.

Garden fencing, sheds and trellis all have one thing, if not looked after, they will start to rot or look shabby. Taking the time apply a protective finish will prolong its life and enhance the look of the fencing or shed. Quite often, you will find that a new garden fence is erected but due to differences between neighbours, only one side of the fence receives the protection, or the neighbours disagree with the colour they would like. Ronseal have the answer to this issue and have released the Ronseal Fencelife in 5 different colours, Medium Oak, Dark Oak, Forest Green, Red Cedar and Harvest Gold.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I've just started to cover my fence using the sprayer + Medium Oak.

Very easy and very quick

BUT despite the claims that a 5 litre quantity would cover up to 6 panels I managed less than 3 3-metre panels.

With 11 panels (22 sides) it's going to be a very expensive operation.

I'm tempted to try using a brush on the other side of the fence to see what sort of coverage I can obtain using the manual method and how much longer it takes.

This will enable me to balance the pros and cons of each method

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