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#1 Posted : Friday, 25 December 2009 8:32:49 PM(UTC)
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How To Use Cutek Wood Preservative?

FYI, I copied the following from http://www.cutek.com.au/cutek/using.htm

In order for Cutek Wood Preservative to function properly, it is essential that it is able to diffuse deeply into the timber. Correspondingly, any situations that would inhibit this free diffusion such as retained moisture, insufficient time between coats, or the presence of any surface sealant or barrier, must be avoided or satisfactorily remedied by correct procedure and product selection. Additionally, timbers to be coated with Cutek Wood Preservative should be clean and dry, with an equilibrium moisture content of no higher than 17%, and moisture gradient of less than 1%.

Cutek Wood Preservative On New Timbers
It is recommended that one coat of Cutek Wood Preservative be applied to all faces of the timber prior to fixing, and a second coat of Cutek Wood Preservative be applied a minimum of two weeks after application of the first coat. Always ensure that sufficient time is allowed for penetration of Cutek Wood Preservative into the substrate before re-application, as actual recoat time may vary according to factors such as substrate temperature, density, porosity or retained moisture content. Thicker timbers such as posts, beams and logs will require additional coats of Cutek Wood Preservative in order to obtain adequate protection, as Cutek Wood Preservative has a cumulative effective in the wood with each application.

Edited by user Friday, 25 December 2009 9:11:23 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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