Cetol Filter 7 Plus Translucent Woodstain Light Oak 1 litre SIKCF7PLO1L

Reference: ME139854

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Cetol Filter 7 Plus Translucent Woodstain Light Oak 1 litre SIKCF7PLO1L
£34.73

Description

A highly durable, solvent-borne, highly translucent satin woodstain.

Cetol Filter 7 is a highly translucent satin exterior woodstain for windows and doors. It can be used as a maintenance coat for existing woodstain systems or over a base stain of Cetol HLS on new or bare timbers.

Cetol Filter 7 is an exterior woodstain for windows and doors, either as a one-coat maintenance application for existing woodstain systems or two coats over a base stain of Cetol HLS on new or bare timbers. Its advanced UV light absorbers provide superior protection from the damaging effects of sunlight on timber.

It is not, however, suitable for decking or other areas subjected to high levels of abrasion.

The Sikkens SIKCF7PLO1L Cetol Filter 7 Plus Translucent Woodstain comes in the following:
Colour: Light Oak
Size: 1 litre

SIKCF7PLO1L
  • Brand SIKKENS
  • Appearance Satin
  • Specific character Extreme protection
  • Use Outdoors
  • Packaging 1 L
  • ManoMano Reference ME139854
  • SKU 5085900

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Profile Image Simon.D425 1 reviews given 0 upvotes
Bought on 08/04/2020 Edited on 14/09/2021

Easy to apply, great finish.
Yes, I would recommend this product

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Profile Image Stephen.D56 3 reviews given 0 upvotes
Bought on 08/05/2021 Edited on 14/09/2021

Very satisfied
One of the best wood preservatives available. Read more
Profile Image Kathryn.T20 2 reviews given 0 upvotes
Bought on 15/04/2020 Edited on 14/09/2021

Very easy to use
Does what it says on the tin. Might be expensive but worth it. Would recommend it. Read more
Yes, I would recommend this product
Profile Image Ian.L99 1 reviews given 0 upvotes
Bought on 08/04/2020 Edited on 14/09/2021

Clear but sticky
Sikkens produce a wide range of wood stains, so it is difficult to know which one to use without personal advice. As I bought this stain through eBay during the "lockdown", this was not possible. The can arrived without a product sheet, and few instructions are included on the can. On checking the Sikkens website, a full range of product sheets are available, but the one for Cetol Filter 7 plus has been withdrawn! I have used Sadolin Classic extensively as a wood stain, and this is thin to apply and penetrates deeply into soft wood and deteriorated hard wood. The job in hand was restoration of previously varnished oak french windows. Although the Cetol F7+ is clear so that the underlying wood grain remain visible as advertised, I was surprised to find the product has a consistency more like treacle (slightly diluted). It does give a lovely finish with light oak coloration, but I don't know how deeply it penetrates, especially where the oak has weathered. I have therefore taken to applying a wood preservative first. I will then apply the Sikkens after the preservative has thoroughly dried. A final point is that without product literature, I don't know how many coats I should apply - only that brief instructions on the tin state "do not sand between coats"! Read more
Yes, I would recommend this product