Seasonite New Wood Protection is designed to protect all new exterior wood, especially decking against the damaging effects of sun and moisture in the first 6-12 months when it is at it's most vulnerable.
The effects of sun and moisture on new wood can create splitting, swelling, cupping and warping. An immediate application of Seasonite will protect the wood against fading and control the movement of any moisture in and out of the timber; thus minimising the potential for the wood to split, warp, cup and crack - keeping new wood looking new longer.
Unlike some new wood treatments that just sit on the surface and are easily scuffed off, Seasonite penetrates into the wood, bonding with the wood fibres to regulate the movement of moisture.
Seasonite protects pressure-treated wood, cedar, redwood and other exterior timbers including hardwoods
Ready to use Seasonite offers a convenient one-coat application and easy clean up with soap and water.
Where to use Seasonite:
- To stabilise new exterior wood, including soft or hardwoods; pressure trteated wood; kiln-dried timbers such as Cedar and redwood during the first year of weathering.
- Ideal for new garden decks, cladding, fences, shingles, shakes and unfinished outdoor furniture.
Seasonite Technical data
Seasonite Product information
Instructions for use:
- Wood should be clean and dry or damp but NOT wet.
- Shake container well before use.
- Apply one liberal coat to all wood surfaces.
- Soak into the end grain.
- When treating a deck, work Seasonite into cracks between boards.
- If dipping shakes or shingles, soak for 10 minutes then allow excess tot drain.
- Decks can usually be walsked upon 1 hour after application.
Seasonite can be applied using any of the following methods:
- Brush on using a regular soft bristle brush .
- Spray on using a garden sprayer.
- Roller (medium pile).
Good Application Practice:
- Apply between 10-30°c.
- Do not apply if cold or wet weather is expected within 24 hours
- Cover everything you do not wish to coat including plants and shrubs