Cuprinol Anti-Slip Decking Stain

Cuprinol Anti-Slip Decking Stain

Rich semi-transparent colour with a tough, durable finish. Hard wearing colour for decking
 

 
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Overview

Cuprinol Anti Slip Decking Stain offers a rich semi-transparent colour with a tough durable finish. It has a unique double action formulation which has invisible anti-slip microbeads to make decks safer than untreated wood and a fungicide to help protect the film surface from mould growth.

Features
  • Long lasting weather protection
  • Anti-slip finish
Coats
2-3
Coverage
12/L
Dry
hrs

Usage Guide

Prepare

Ensure decked areas are swept with a stiff brush or broom to remove all surface dirt, debris and other surface contaminates.

Apply

Stir thoroughly before use. Final colour will depend upon wood type, previous treatment and the number of coats applied. Apply 2-3 coats evenly along the grain, avoiding overlaps. When applying subsequent coats, allow each coat to dry fully before recoating. Avoid heavy wear and tear for a few days after application. On previously stained decking, touch up bare areas and allow to dry before finishing with further coats. Do not apply in temperatures below 5C, in damp conditions or if rain is likely before the product has dried. If using more than one can it is advisable to mix them together in a larger container or finish in a corner before starting a new can.

Dry

2-6 hours. Drying times can vary depending on the nature of the surface and the weather conditions.

Clean

Remove as much stain as possible from brushes and rollers before cleaning with water. Do not use or store in extremes of temperature or wet conditions.

Aftercare

To maintain the surface finish and its anti-slip properties, re-apply a fresh coat of Cuprinol Anti-Slip Decking Stain when the surface starts to show signs of wear, following the Preparation and Application instructions above.


Tech specs
Size 2.5L, 5L
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Safety Data Sheet

For the curious.

I have applied two cans of decking stain and I appear to be getting two different shades. Why is this?

On occasion you can get a slight batch-to-batch variation between cans. However if the shades are very different this is usually attributable to a lack of stirring before and during application. If the product has been in store for a while then the pigments and thickeners can settle to the bottom of the can; vigorously shaking and stirring the product (with a flat bladed instrument - like a pallet knife) should help achieve a more uniform and consistent colour.

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