A continuing trend in woodcare has been the adventurous use of colour outdoors. Gardens sheds are as likely to be painted in opaque colours as traditional wood tones, with planters, fencing and garden furniture also being transformed using a spectrum of colours as outdoor spaces become more personalised.
Where consumers are looking for colour with a quality, long-lasting formulation one product stands out – Sadolin Superdec.
Sadolin Superdec is available in over 300 shades and is renowned not only for its comprehensive colour palette but its outstanding protective qualities too. Being self-priming and undercoating, it reduces the need for an extra product on new wood. It contracts and expands with the wood dependent on the weather, alleviating flaking and peeling. This flexibility enables Sadolin Superdec to offer up to 10 years’ protection against the elements – making it the ideal choice for demanding environments such as coastal areas.
Sadolin Superdec requires little preparation, and can be applied over previously decorated surfaces. Furthermore, as the product offers a solid paint-like finish, it is very forgiving, making it ideal for use on visually poorer quality timber surfaces.
Kevin Whelan, Sadolin Marketing Manager, said: “Sadolin Superdec is synonymous with colour and with the 250ml tester, consumers can get a real flavour of how the shades will look for their projects.”