- 1 litre
- Easy to apply
- Penetrates wood rapidly
- Effective against wood-boring insects
- When dry, treated timber is not harmful to garden plants.
APPLICATION / ENVIRONMENT
- Solignum Colourless TK is for use in buildings on timbers above the damp-proof course, including floor joists, floorboards, stairs, roofing timbers and joinery.
- Solignum Colourless TK is for use on timbers out of ground contact and in buildings on external timbers above the damp-proof course, including doors, window
- frames, surrounds, frames, fascia’s and bargeboards.
- The performance of the preservative will be improved by the application of a durable surface coating, or by further applications of the preservative as a maintenance treatment.
- Penetrates the wood providing protection from the natural enemies of timber – wood rot, fungal decay, wood boring insects and / or termites.
- Recommended for use on joinery, floorboards, joists, fascia’s, fences, gates, structural timbers such as roof trusses, garden sheds etc.
- Colourless Solignum TK is a wood preservative fluid which penetrates into the wood and remains there as an active barrier against wood-rot, wood borers, termites and fungal decay.
- It kills fungi and wood borers and preserves against future attack.
- Timber treated with Colourless Solignum TK retains its original appearance and can be painted or varnished over if desired.
- Colourless Solignum TK is not suitable for use in greenhouses or as a final weather-resistant finish.
- Colourless Solignum TK can be applied by brush or immersion to bare dry wood.
- Before treatment, timber should be clean, free of paint or varnish should be clean, free of paint or varnish and with no surface moisture.
- Cut areas of treated timber should be given a further liberal brush application.
- Treated timber can be over-painted and glued when dry.
- Do not use Colourless Solignum TK near food and plants.
COVERAGE GUIDELINE: 1L for 100sq ft (1 layer)
- Solignum Colourless should be applied with a brush in an even coat to achieve a coverage of 1 litre per 4-8 m². Depending upon the porosity and texture of the timber, further coats may be required to achieve the recommended coverage.