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Brand new range from Bartoline

Published: 9 March 2017

Bartoline has launched a brand new range of timbercare shed and fence treatments.

 

Developed to provide long-lasting, high water repellence for fences, sheds, trellises, gates and all rough sawn timber, it also helps wood to resist UV rays and protects against the natural elements that cause fading and decay.

A low-odour, low-VOC product with a quick drying time makes this is the perfect solution for protecting garden timber. Available in attractive 5-litre containers in all popular shades – Dark Oak, Light Oak, Red Cedar and Forest Green. Available for immediate delivery.

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