HSP Joinery - Working in partnership with Sikkens to bring you the most revolutionary approach to exterior wood coatings and protection.
All the benefits of water-based coatings, without compromising the durability of traditional oil-based finishes.
Exceptional durable and easy to apply exterior wood paint. Because beautiful joinery deserves a beautiful finish.
With an all new, specially created formula for application by brush.
The Sikkens Cetol WF905 offers exceptional coverage and hiding power whilst remaining moisture vapour permeable and flexible. Doesn't crack, peel or blister. Can be applied as a mid and finishing coat with the Sikkens Exterior Wood Paint System. The quick drying, and easy to apply formula offers all the benefits of a water-based coating, but now with the enhanced durability of traditional Oil-based coatings. For the ultimate protection of your exterior wood.
Enhance the natural beauty of wood whilst maintaining durability. Long lasting and non-fading Colour
For the ultimate protective and decorative paint for your exterior wood. Great for use on wooden windows, doors, sheds, gazebos. With the Sikkens Cetol WF 905, the colour stays cleaner and brighter for far longer than traditional wood finishes. Can be tinted to an unlimited amount of beautiful and non-fading semi-transparent colours. Enhance the natural beauty of your exterior wood surface with semi-transparent coatings.
For Increased Durability, where it matters most
The Sikkens Cetol WF 905 offers improved impact resistance and exceptional weather resistance. This semi-transparent coating protects exterior wood from harmful UV rays and discolouration.
Application Method : Brush or roller
Cleaning & Thinning
Clean equipment immediately after use with lukewarm water. Rinse with clean fresh water to remove all traces of contamination. Thin with a maximum 5% Water.
For a semi-gloss exterior wood finish see the Sikkens Cetol WF 915
For semi-matt exterior wood finish see the Sikkens Cetol WF 910
Also Compatible with spray applied finish WF 952 and WF 950
Note: Timbers which contain extractives i.e Oak, Larch or tropical woods can cause discolouring - these can appear after weathering.