Ronseal Total Wood Preservative



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An exceptionally penetrative, solvent-based wood preserver for outside lumbers

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Ronseal Total Wood Preservative is made to give incredible protection against woodworm assault, wood decay, rot and blue stain.

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Note: The clear form of this item arrives in a blue tin and is fit for inside joinery. The unmistakable wax free recipe protects material lumbers, floor joists and more from dry decay, woodworm and can be over-painted with water-based items whenever required.

Changes: The packaging for this item is changing yet the item inside remains as before. The top third of the new tin is silver and is printed with the words “Made for the trade” on the lower left of the tin.

Weight N/A

Black, Clear, Dark Brown, Green, Light Brown


2.5l, 5l


Ideal for use on garden sheds, wall, joists, entryways and window outlines
Forestalls decay and rot while ensuring against woodworm invasion
Gives dependable security
High V.O.C

Preparing and Applying


We always suggest that surfaces ought to be dry and clear, and that all hints of residue and soil be eliminated with a brush or vacuum cleaner before applying a wood finish.

The need of sanding and eliminating past finishes from the surface will rely upon the oil, wax or stain utilized (see product instructions for direction on this).


Always do a test area before starting any project to assess product suitability and final finish. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on the tin at all times.

Shake or stir well prior to and during application, more so when using the coloured version to ensure a consistent colour and finish.

Total Wood Preservative can be brush, dip or spray applied. If spraying, use a coarse spray and avoid misting. Avoid contact with bitumen, bitumen felt, mastics and plastics.

  1. Apply Ronseal Total Wood Preserver to wood using a brush or other application method
  2. Where possible, end grain should be dipped or given extra coats to ensure the best possible protection
  3. We recommend applying at least 2 coats, 3 for the best protection
  4. Allow 24 hours drying time between coats


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