Welcome to the world of Bartoline Dark Creocote! This high-quality oil-based wood treatment is designed to protect and enhance the appearance of exterior timbers. Whether you have a garden shed, fence, or trellis work, Bartoline Dark Creocote is the perfect solution for improving grain definition and providing long-lasting durability.
Enhanced Grain Definition
Bartoline Dark Creocote is specially formulated to improve the grain definition of your exterior timbers. It penetrates deep into the wood, highlighting the natural beauty and texture of the grain. Say goodbye to dull and lifeless wood surfaces!
With its oil-based formula, Bartoline Dark Creocote offers superior protection against the elements. It creates a waterproof barrier that prevents moisture from seeping into the wood, reducing the risk of rot, decay, and warping. Your outdoor structures will stay strong and beautiful for years to come.
Traditional Creosote Smell
If you love the nostalgic scent of traditional Creosote, you’ll be delighted with Bartoline Dark Creocote. It captures the essence of the classic wood preservative, allowing you to enjoy that familiar aroma while still benefiting from modern wood treatment technology.
How to Apply
Step 1: Preparation
Before applying Bartoline Dark Creocote, ensure that the surface is clean and free from dirt, dust, and previous coatings. Use a stiff brush or pressure washer to remove any debris.
Step 2: Application
Using a brush, roller, or sprayer, apply Bartoline Dark Creocote evenly to the wood surface. Make sure to cover all areas, including edges and corners. For best results, apply two coats, allowing sufficient drying time between each coat.
Step 3: Maintenance
To maintain the protective properties of Bartoline Dark Creocote, reapply the treatment every 1-2 years or as needed. Regular maintenance will ensure that your exterior timbers remain in top condition.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is Bartoline Dark Creocote suitable for all types of wood?
Bartoline Dark Creocote is suitable for most types of exterior wood, including garden sheds, fences, and trellis work. However, it is always recommended to test the product on a small, inconspicuous area before applying it to the entire surface.
2. Can Bartoline Dark Creocote be used on previously treated wood?
Yes, Bartoline Dark Creocote can be used on previously treated wood. However, it is important to ensure that the previous coating is fully dry and in good condition. Remove any loose or flaking coatings before applying Bartoline Dark Creocote.
3. How long does Bartoline Dark Creocote take to dry?
The drying time of Bartoline Dark Creocote may vary depending on the temperature and humidity. In general, it takes approximately 24-48 hours for the treatment to dry completely. Avoid exposing the treated wood to rain or moisture during this time.