Our Brown Pressure Treated Arris Rails are a versatile, triangular-shaped backing rail, ideal for fixing feather edge fencing boards. 

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Pack of 4 Brown Treated Arris Rails - 75mm x 75mm x 1.8m

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Original price £42.00 - Original price £42.00
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£42.00
£42.00 - £42.00
Current price £42.00

Our Brown Pressure Treated Arris Rails are a versatile, triangular-shaped backing rail, ideal for fixing feather edge fencing boards. 

  • Pressure-treated for durability, offering a 15 year service life
  • Sturdy and strong
  • Weather resistant
  • Provides support for featheredge fencing
  • Responsibly sourced softwood
  • Suitable for domestic, agricultural and industrial applications

Features:

  • Long-lasting protection
  • Resists drips & runs
  • Instructions for use - Apply 1 or 2 coats with a brush, leave at least 16 hours between coats. If the colour change is strong, more coats may be required
  • Suitable for Metal & wood
  • Not quick dry
  • Make sure the surface is clean (no dirt or grease) and dry. When painting radiators, make sure that they are cold

Questions and Answers 

  1. How much would I need to cover my room? 1L Will cover Around 12m2

  2. How does this product take to dry? 16 hours.

  3. How do I clean the paintbrushes after use? We recommend you use either Everbuild Brush cleaner or Polycell Brush Cleaner.

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