Furniture & Mirrors
Protect and prolong the life of your wooden gate or fence by treating the surface with a high quality, protective wood stain. Our step-by-step guide will help your stain your wooden gate or fence like a professional.
Remove obstacles such as garden furniture or equipment from the area. Lay a tarpaulin or laminated dustsheet to protect the ground from stain splashes.
Wash the gate or fence thoroughly with sugar soap to remove any wax or dirt from the surface, then allow it to dry completely.
Sand the surface of the gate or fence until as smooth as possible.
Wipe the clean of any dust with a dry, clean cloth.
Depending on the product you are using, protective eyewear and gloves may be required.
Start on the inside of the gate or fence and apply a coat of stain with a suitable brush.
Apply a coat of stain on the frame and to the front.
Apply a second coat if required, once the first coat is dry. Always leave gates in the open position while drying.