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Fenceguard from Palace Chemicals

Published: 14 March 2022 - Neil Mead

Fenceguard from Palace Chemicals is a water-based, wood staining timber treatment which provides long lasting outdoor protection for rough sawn timber. Furthermore it produces a water repellent, low odour, UV resistant finish, ideal for safeguarding fences and garden sheds.

Our Fenceguard timber treatment conveniently treats a wide range of rough-sawn outdoor garden constructs from harsh weather conditions, including rain and bright sunlight. Fenceguard is available in 6 colours including Autumn Gold, Chestnut Brown, Forest Green, Lunar Grey, Red Cedar and all-new Midnight Black.

- Brush applied timber treatment

- Dries to a water repellent film

- UV Stable oxide based colours

- Protects against water ingress

- Suitable for rough-sawn timbers

The timber care range also includes a selection of Wood Preservers, click here for more details. Or here to get in touch with our sales team.

At Palace Chemicals, our mission is to provide the latest & best product technology to the end user. Manufactured using our state of the art facilities here in the UK. We supply a high level of service and value to the Tiling, Building, DIY & Decorating trades. To help make their business a success, which is why for over 40 years Palace is built on success and will continue to be in the future.

T: 0151 486 6101


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