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    Best paints or preserver to stop wood corrosion


    Our shed has experienced a lot of corrosion over the years. What is the best paint or/and preserver that can be used to improve the durability and weather-resistance of a wooden shed?

    Asked by Robert on 28th Sep 2020
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    T & T Building Services

    "Tannalised wood is pressure treated by being put in a pressurised tank and having the preservative pumped into the wood and then sucked out under high pressure and the wood is guaranteed to withstand rot and corrosion when under the ground or water for ten years. If you also want to give the wood even more resistance to rotting then you can even paint or varnish it and oil based painting products are still at present the best way to protect your wood against the elements and rain or moisture."

    Answered on 24th Oct 2020 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    Aboveboard Contractors

    "As wood does not corrode, it is essential to protect metal with a metal paint that can provide complete protection against rust. I would then use a ronseal exterior paint and use a satin finish yacht sealant."

    Answered on 29th Sep 2020 - Member since Sep 2020 - report

    "I would use a preservative If I were you. I wouldn’t spend a lot of money on an expensive treatment. The cheaper ones are just as good as the pricey ones!"

    Answered on 29th Sep 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    Czs Myers ltd

    "You should used treated tim and high quality weather shield paint"

    Answered on 29th Sep 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report

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