A water-based stain designed for exterior wood, providing a medium build and lasting protection. Perfect for windows, doors, and conservatories.


Features

  • Quick drying formula ideal for most exterior wood surfaces
  • Specifically formulated for windows, doors, and conservatories
  • Resists flaking, peeling, and blistering, ensuring long-lasting durability
  • Provides a translucent, semi-gloss finish, enhancing the natural beauty of the wood
  • Offers 6 years of protection against the elements
  • Low VOC formulation, minimising environmental impact

 

Brand Sadolin
No. of coats 2-3
Coverage Up to 15 per litre
Drying time hrs
Size 1L, 2.5L (Depends on availibility)


Overview

Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain is a versatile solution for exterior wood, providing colour enhancement and protection. It quickly becomes rainproof in just 20 minutes, offering 6 years of durability.

Please note: This product is not recommended for use on wooden decking or floors. For decking, consider Sadolin Decking Oil or explore our complete range of decking treatments.

Interested in a solvent-based exterior woodstain? Check out Sadolin Extra Durable Woodstain for additional options.


Preparation

Before applying Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain, ensure that timber surfaces are thoroughly prepared, clean, and dry. Here's how to prepare different types of surfaces:


For bare timber

  • Remove any resinous deposits using a scraper.
  • Eliminate any traces of mould, algae, or fungi with a dedicated mould and mildew cleaner.
  • Wipe exposed bare timber surfaces with a lint-free cloth dampened with methylated spirits to degrease them.
  • Avoid using knotting agents before applying Sadolin Woodstain.
  • Fill any holes or imperfections with Sadolin Wood Filler or Sadolin Stainable Wood Filler.
  • Use only non-ferrous screws, nails, and fixings.


For new timber

  • Treat any non-preservative-treated softwood timber with two liberal coats of Sadolin Quick Drying Wood Preserver. Pay special attention to end grains and allow 24 hours drying time between coats.
  • Avoid using Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain on substrates that have had water-repellent preservative treatments applied.
  • Ideally, apply the first coat all around before fixing.


For previously stained timber

  • Lightly abrade the surface in the direction of the wood grain.
  • Avoid breaking through the surface coating and remove any sanding dust before coating.
  • For localised damage or deterioration lasting longer than 3 months, thoroughly sand affected areas back to a sound substrate and recoat.
  • If a coloured base stain is necessary to match the existing factory-applied coating, use Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain in the most appropriate colour before proceeding as described above.


For glazing

  • Finish the backs of new glazing beads, end grains, and rebates with Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain before fixing.
  • Use a suitable sealant to glaze joinery to be coated.
  • Avoid using linseed oil putty or modified, non-setting compounds in conjunction with Sadolin products.
  • Consult the manufacturer of the relevant glazing material to confirm compatibility.
  • Apply silicone glazing materials only upon completion of the finishing coats.


Application

Before starting your project, always conduct a small test area to ensure the colour and compatibility of the finish. Follow the instructions provided on the tin meticulously.

Thoroughly stir the product before and during application to achieve a consistent finish. Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain is ready for use and should not be thinned.

  • Apply two full flowing coats of Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain using a high-quality synthetic fibre brush, ensuring complete coverage of all surfaces and end grains.
  • For the first coat, apply liberally to accommodate the natural absorption of the timber surface.
  • Pay close attention to end grain, door tops and bottoms, and undersides of sills.
  • Allow six hours of drying time between coats.


Aftercare

Maintenance is required when you notice a lightening in colour, reduction in sheen, or loss of water-repellent qualities in the coating.

  • Remove all defective coatings completely.
  • Sand any grey or denatured exposed timber surfaces back to clean, bright timber.
  • Treat any organic growths and infected surfaces with a suitable fungicidal solution.
  • Clean remaining sound surfaces using warm water and a mild detergent, then rinse thoroughly.
  • Patch prime bare timber with one or more coats of Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain in the appropriate colour to match the existing finish, as needed.


Frequently asked questions

Can Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain be applied over creosote?

Unfortunately, Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain cannot be applied over creosote as it will not form a bond. Consider using Protek Stable Coat for projects involving old creosote coatings.

    Datasheets

    Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain - Safety Information

    Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain - Product Information

    Sadolin
    Paint
    Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain | Effortless Exterior Protection - Armstrong Cheshire
    A water-based stain designed for exterior wood, providing a medium build and lasting protection. Perfect for windows, doors, and conservatories.


    Features

    • Quick drying formula ideal for most exterior wood surfaces
    • Specifically formulated for windows, doors, and conservatories
    • Resists flaking, peeling, and blistering, ensuring long-lasting durability
    • Provides a translucent, semi-gloss finish, enhancing the natural beauty of the wood
    • Offers 6 years of protection against the elements
    • Low VOC formulation, minimising environmental impact

     

    Brand Sadolin
    No. of coats 2-3
    Coverage Up to 15 per litre
    Drying time hrs
    Size 1L, 2.5L (Depends on availibility)


    Overview

    Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain is a versatile solution for exterior wood, providing colour enhancement and protection. It quickly becomes rainproof in just 20 minutes, offering 6 years of durability.

    Please note: This product is not recommended for use on wooden decking or floors. For decking, consider Sadolin Decking Oil or explore our complete range of decking treatments.

    Interested in a solvent-based exterior woodstain? Check out Sadolin Extra Durable Woodstain for additional options.


    Preparation

    Before applying Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain, ensure that timber surfaces are thoroughly prepared, clean, and dry. Here's how to prepare different types of surfaces:


    For bare timber

    • Remove any resinous deposits using a scraper.
    • Eliminate any traces of mould, algae, or fungi with a dedicated mould and mildew cleaner.
    • Wipe exposed bare timber surfaces with a lint-free cloth dampened with methylated spirits to degrease them.
    • Avoid using knotting agents before applying Sadolin Woodstain.
    • Fill any holes or imperfections with Sadolin Wood Filler or Sadolin Stainable Wood Filler.
    • Use only non-ferrous screws, nails, and fixings.


    For new timber

    • Treat any non-preservative-treated softwood timber with two liberal coats of Sadolin Quick Drying Wood Preserver. Pay special attention to end grains and allow 24 hours drying time between coats.
    • Avoid using Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain on substrates that have had water-repellent preservative treatments applied.
    • Ideally, apply the first coat all around before fixing.


    For previously stained timber

    • Lightly abrade the surface in the direction of the wood grain.
    • Avoid breaking through the surface coating and remove any sanding dust before coating.
    • For localised damage or deterioration lasting longer than 3 months, thoroughly sand affected areas back to a sound substrate and recoat.
    • If a coloured base stain is necessary to match the existing factory-applied coating, use Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain in the most appropriate colour before proceeding as described above.


    For glazing

    • Finish the backs of new glazing beads, end grains, and rebates with Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain before fixing.
    • Use a suitable sealant to glaze joinery to be coated.
    • Avoid using linseed oil putty or modified, non-setting compounds in conjunction with Sadolin products.
    • Consult the manufacturer of the relevant glazing material to confirm compatibility.
    • Apply silicone glazing materials only upon completion of the finishing coats.


    Application

    Before starting your project, always conduct a small test area to ensure the colour and compatibility of the finish. Follow the instructions provided on the tin meticulously.

    Thoroughly stir the product before and during application to achieve a consistent finish. Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain is ready for use and should not be thinned.

    • Apply two full flowing coats of Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain using a high-quality synthetic fibre brush, ensuring complete coverage of all surfaces and end grains.
    • For the first coat, apply liberally to accommodate the natural absorption of the timber surface.
    • Pay close attention to end grain, door tops and bottoms, and undersides of sills.
    • Allow six hours of drying time between coats.


    Aftercare

    Maintenance is required when you notice a lightening in colour, reduction in sheen, or loss of water-repellent qualities in the coating.

    • Remove all defective coatings completely.
    • Sand any grey or denatured exposed timber surfaces back to clean, bright timber.
    • Treat any organic growths and infected surfaces with a suitable fungicidal solution.
    • Clean remaining sound surfaces using warm water and a mild detergent, then rinse thoroughly.
    • Patch prime bare timber with one or more coats of Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain in the appropriate colour to match the existing finish, as needed.


    Frequently asked questions

    Can Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain be applied over creosote?

    Unfortunately, Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain cannot be applied over creosote as it will not form a bond. Consider using Protek Stable Coat for projects involving old creosote coatings.

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      Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain - Safety Information

      Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain - Product Information

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      A water-based stain designed for exterior wood, providing a medium build and lasting protection. Perfect for windows, doors, and conservatories.


      Features

      • Quick drying formula ideal for most exterior wood surfaces
      • Specifically formulated for windows, doors, and conservatories
      • Resists flaking, peeling, and blistering, ensuring long-lasting durability
      • Provides a translucent, semi-gloss finish, enhancing the natural beauty of the wood
      • Offers 6 years of protection against the elements
      • Low VOC formulation, minimising environmental impact

       

      Brand Sadolin
      No. of coats 2-3
      Coverage Up to 15 per litre
      Drying time hrs
      Size 1L, 2.5L (Depends on availibility)


      Overview

      Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain is a versatile solution for exterior wood, providing colour enhancement and protection. It quickly becomes rainproof in just 20 minutes, offering 6 years of durability.

      Please note: This product is not recommended for use on wooden decking or floors. For decking, consider Sadolin Decking Oil or explore our complete range of decking treatments.

      Interested in a solvent-based exterior woodstain? Check out Sadolin Extra Durable Woodstain for additional options.


      Preparation

      Before applying Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain, ensure that timber surfaces are thoroughly prepared, clean, and dry. Here's how to prepare different types of surfaces:


      For bare timber

      • Remove any resinous deposits using a scraper.
      • Eliminate any traces of mould, algae, or fungi with a dedicated mould and mildew cleaner.
      • Wipe exposed bare timber surfaces with a lint-free cloth dampened with methylated spirits to degrease them.
      • Avoid using knotting agents before applying Sadolin Woodstain.
      • Fill any holes or imperfections with Sadolin Wood Filler or Sadolin Stainable Wood Filler.
      • Use only non-ferrous screws, nails, and fixings.


      For new timber

      • Treat any non-preservative-treated softwood timber with two liberal coats of Sadolin Quick Drying Wood Preserver. Pay special attention to end grains and allow 24 hours drying time between coats.
      • Avoid using Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain on substrates that have had water-repellent preservative treatments applied.
      • Ideally, apply the first coat all around before fixing.


      For previously stained timber

      • Lightly abrade the surface in the direction of the wood grain.
      • Avoid breaking through the surface coating and remove any sanding dust before coating.
      • For localised damage or deterioration lasting longer than 3 months, thoroughly sand affected areas back to a sound substrate and recoat.
      • If a coloured base stain is necessary to match the existing factory-applied coating, use Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain in the most appropriate colour before proceeding as described above.


      For glazing

      • Finish the backs of new glazing beads, end grains, and rebates with Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain before fixing.
      • Use a suitable sealant to glaze joinery to be coated.
      • Avoid using linseed oil putty or modified, non-setting compounds in conjunction with Sadolin products.
      • Consult the manufacturer of the relevant glazing material to confirm compatibility.
      • Apply silicone glazing materials only upon completion of the finishing coats.


      Application

      Before starting your project, always conduct a small test area to ensure the colour and compatibility of the finish. Follow the instructions provided on the tin meticulously.

      Thoroughly stir the product before and during application to achieve a consistent finish. Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain is ready for use and should not be thinned.

      • Apply two full flowing coats of Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain using a high-quality synthetic fibre brush, ensuring complete coverage of all surfaces and end grains.
      • For the first coat, apply liberally to accommodate the natural absorption of the timber surface.
      • Pay close attention to end grain, door tops and bottoms, and undersides of sills.
      • Allow six hours of drying time between coats.


      Aftercare

      Maintenance is required when you notice a lightening in colour, reduction in sheen, or loss of water-repellent qualities in the coating.

      • Remove all defective coatings completely.
      • Sand any grey or denatured exposed timber surfaces back to clean, bright timber.
      • Treat any organic growths and infected surfaces with a suitable fungicidal solution.
      • Clean remaining sound surfaces using warm water and a mild detergent, then rinse thoroughly.
      • Patch prime bare timber with one or more coats of Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain in the appropriate colour to match the existing finish, as needed.


      Frequently asked questions

      Can Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain be applied over creosote?

      Unfortunately, Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain cannot be applied over creosote as it will not form a bond. Consider using Protek Stable Coat for projects involving old creosote coatings.

        Datasheets

        Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain - Safety Information

        Sadolin Quick Dry Woodstain - Product Information

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