Now's the time to protect & colour outdoor cladding, window frames & doors

While the autumn and winter months may seem a fair way off, now's the time to start thinking about protecting your exterior woodwork from these poor weather conditions, which will save you repair time and money in the long run. Particularly important is making sure external woodwork is waterproof and protected from mould, mildew and those pests that cause rot. In addition, timber should be shielded from the effects of repeated exposure to sunlight, which can cause damage.

V33 High Protection Woodstain
Applying a decent woodstain is an effective way of creating a barrier, which protects the wood from water and sunlight. If you have a certain colour scheme in mind for external woodwork, then woodstain can also help you achieve it. If you're looking for a woodstain to protect and decorate outdoor cladding, window frames or doors, ensure to select one that offers good longevity. V33's High Protection Woodstain benefits from an eight-year guarantee and offers excellent protection in a translucent finish, which enhances exterior timber and is smooth and simple to apply.


With a non-drip, quick-drying formulation, it's suitable for most woods – hard and soft, new or old – and can be applied over most existing woodstains. The formulation makes it flexible in terms of wood movement. This great quality woodstain is also water-repellent and contains UV filters, which makes it ideal for those outdoor timbers exposed to bad weather conditions or receiving lots of sun.

V33 High Protection Woodstain is available in six colours, including Clear, Light Oak, Medium Oak, Dark Oak, Mahogany and an attractive grey shade called Charcoal. Most colours are formulated in both satin and matt finishes. Available from B&Q in 750ml and 2.5l tins, it's priced at £20 and £35 respectively, with 750ml enough to cover 9m2 and 2.5l enough to cover 30m2.

For further information, see

Liberon Limited
Unit 1 Mountfield Industrial Estate
Learoyd Road, New Romney
TN28 8XU
01797 367 555