Protects and treats in a natural way
The wood stain protects and treats all external woods such as fences, screens, garden houses, garden furniture etc. It is a transparent coat that brings out wood in outdoor areas. The wood gets a natural, permanent touch of colour thanks to the UV-resistant pigments of the wood stain.
In addition, the wood stain has anti-blocking properties and can therefore also be used in outdoor areas where stress and wear are particularly high, such as window frames or doors. The natural oils of SAICOS Wood Stain penetrate deep into the wood and reliably protect the surface against weather and moisture. Mould and fungi don’t stand a chance. The wood stain reduces wood swelling and shrinkage and makes it extremely durable and resistant.
Ideal for pressure-impregnated wood. Depending on the type of wood and production method, it is also suitable for thermowood (trial coating recommended). One of the SAICOS Flat Brushes for oil and water systems, the SAICOS Oil/Wax-Roller or the SAICOS Universal Roller „Small“ are suitable when using the wood stain. Old coatings and the like should be removed and all necessary preparatory steps such as sanding, cleaning, drying and priming should be carried out depending on the type of wood. Then spread the stain evenly. The final result of the colour can be seen in the dry state.
The perfect protection
Wood is a natural material that is exposed to wind and weather and sunshine outdoors. A stain is always useful if the woods are to be protected and treated at the same time. This means that your wooden surfaces are preserved for a long time and stay particularly beautiful. At the same time, improve the look of your wood – it will look almost new.
Treatment for outside
A wood stain for furniture outside flats or houses is essential if you want to enjoy your garden furniture and wood for a long time. Enriched with natural oils and a hint of colour, our Wood Stain ensures an effective coating. SAICOS Wood Stain bonds permanently to the wood – no sanding when renovating, not even after many years.
The colour result depends on a range of factors. Aside from the wood type and quality, for example, the groundwood pulp is also important. For these reasons, we recommend a trial coat on the original wood so that you can be sure that you are getting the right shade. Colour pigments with high UV resistance (except colour-free shade) ensure the natural beauty of the wood.