At Cuprinol we believe that beautiful, colourful wood can transform any garden into a brighter, more inviting place to be. And spring is the perfect time to do just that. That's why we've developed Cuprinol Spray & Brush. Combining the precision of a brush and the speed of a spray, and backed by a three-year guarantee, it's the quickest, easiest way to give your garden an exciting new look using Cuprinol Garden Shades or Cuprinol One Coat Sprayable.Buy yours now
The speed of a spray ideal for coverage of fence and shed panels
The precision of a brush for the perfect finish
Take a look at our latest TV ad and How To videos to find out just how easy to use our new Cuprinol Spray & Brush technology is.
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Cuprinol Spray & Brush will effortlessly transform your garden wood twice as fast as a traditional brush, allowing you more time to enjoy the stunning space you've just created. That's what gardens are for after all.Buy yours now
This year we've split our colour range into two distinctive palettes; Nature's Neutrals and Nature's Brights.
By definition, Nature's Neutrals include all of the colours you would see in the natural world, including the sky, landscape, raw materials and water. They work as the foundation to any colour scheme and any combination of these colours work well together.
For Nature's Brights, used in small amounts alongside Nature's Neutrals, they make a big impact without overwhelming a space. These are the accent colours associated with flowersand are perfect for adding pops of bolder colour to garden furniture and decorative details.
Used together, Nature's Neutrals & Nature's Brights work in perfect harmony.
Shake the pack thoroughly before use. Final colour will depend upon wood type, previous treatment and the number of coats applied. Apply using the appropriate Cuprinol sprayer for the product. As with any sprayer it may take a couple of minutes to perfect your technique. Ensure you stand at the correct distance with the nozzle 15-30cm (6"-12") from the wood surface. Begin slowly and increase the pace as you get used to spraying. Take care not to spray too quickly as this may result in an uneven finish. Similarly, spraying too slowly will result in excess product being applied causing runs. Should this happen, simply brush into the wood. Avoid spraying surrounding plants, brickwork, glass, PVCu, etc. Overspray can be minimised by avoiding spraying in windy conditions and by using cardboard or plastic as a shield. Any overspray should be cleaned up immediately (whilst still wet) with water and household detergent. Excessive spillage on plants should be rinsed off immediately before drying. If applying by brush, apply evenly, avoiding splashing surrounding plants, brickwork, glass, PVCu, etc. Do not apply in temperatures below 5 degrees C, in damp conditions or if rain is likely before the product has dried. Cover any surfaces nearby to protect from overspray. Allow 2-6 hours between coats under normal weather conditions. Where a strong colour change is involved, more coats may be required. Product should only be used on rough sawn timber. If using more than one pack it is advisable to mix them together in a larger container or finish painting in a corner before starting a new can.
Up to 6 hours. Drying times can vary depending on the nature of the surface and the weather conditions.
When finished, any unused product can be returned to the pack and stored for future use. Clean the Cuprinol Sprayer with water in accordance with the user guide. Do not use or store in extremes of temperature or wet conditions.