Cedarshield Wood Treatment

(104 customer reviews)

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πŸ›‘Make Your Deck, Fencing and other Woodwork Last Decades.

Cedarshield protects all wood types from rot, decay, warping, splintering, and pest damage, and extends the life of any wood project, new or old.

βœ”οΈ For Fences, Decks, Garden Boxes, Docks, Outdoor Furniture & More

βœ”οΈ Prevents Rot, Decay, Warping, Splintering & Pest DamageΒ 

βœ”οΈ For All Wood Types, Treated or Untreated, Soft or Hardwood

βœ”οΈ For Both New & Old Wood Projects

For boards thicker than 2×4: apply 1 gallon per 100 sq. ft.
For fences & other thinner wood: apply 1 gallon per 200 sq. ft.

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Description

What is Cedarshield?

Formerly known asΒ Turner’s Choice, Cedarshield is a wood treatment that prevents rot, decay, insect damage, and strengthens the wood itself. Apply toΒ decks, fencing, furniture, garden boxes, docks, etc.

Cedarshield wood treatment strengthens and increases the life of both hard and soft wood, great for any woodworking project!

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How to Use Cedarshield

Apply with a compression sprayer, brush, roller, or by soaking/submersion. Continue to apply until the wood surface is fully saturated. Wood thicker than 3/4 inch should be treated on both sides and may require additional applications. 1 gallon covers approximately 150 sq ft. of wood. Allow 72 hours for Cedarshield to dry before applying paints or stains.

For best results, apply a second treatment immediately after the first application has dried. Cedarshield works best when applied to semi-damp wood in temperatures above 45Β°F/7.22Β°C. Cedarshield does not offer UV protection.

Directions

How to Use:

Apply Cedarshield in a well ventilated area. Avoid contact with skin. Cedarshield can be applied with a compression sprayer, paint brush, paint gun, nap roller, or by soaking/sub- mersion. Apply until wood surface is fully saturated. On vertical surfaces, spray top to bottom to avoid waste. For best results, apply a second treatment immediately after the first application has dried. Wood thicker than 3⁄4 of an inch should be treated on both sides and may require additional applications. Use one gallon of Cedarshield per 100 sq. ft. of wood. Allow 72 hours for Cedarshield to dry before applying paints or stains.

Cedarshield works best when applied in warm weather to semi-damp wood (such as after a morning dew). Application in warmer temperatures accelerates absorption and shortens application time.

 

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Cheryl A Myers

It's been about 9 months since we used Cedarshield on our new front porch project. All of our cedar posts and trim got a good coating the day before we sealed them with clear Australian Timper Oil. I am happy to report that we have had zero graying over this past Ohio winter. Friends of ours put up Cedar posts last year as well, they had never heard of Cedarshield and also went with the typical poly seal, sadly their posts all turned gray over the winter. The other thing I wanted to note is how much the carpenter bees hate this stuff. They are out in full force in our area and we happened to notice them going after the tongue and groove cedar soffits. It dawned on us that our contractor had bought that and put it up before we had a chance to use Cedarshield on it. We painted all exposed wood last night and we are crossing our fingers it does the trick and keeps them away like it has for the rest of the project. I'm sold on this stuff and I will always make sure we have a gallon around for new (and old) projects.

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  1. Cheryl A Myers

    It’s been about 9 months since we used Cedarshield on our new front porch project. All of our cedar posts and trim got a good coating the day before we sealed them with clear Australian Timper Oil. I am happy to report that we have had zero graying over this past Ohio winter. Friends of ours put up Cedar posts last year as well, they had never heard of Cedarshield and also went with the typical poly seal, sadly their posts all turned gray over the winter.
    The other thing I wanted to note is how much the carpenter bees hate this stuff. They are out in full force in our area and we happened to notice them going after the tongue and groove cedar soffits. It dawned on us that our contractor had bought that and put it up before we had a chance to use Cedarshield on it. We painted all exposed wood last night and we are crossing our fingers it does the trick and keeps them away like it has for the rest of the project. I’m sold on this stuff and I will always make sure we have a gallon around for new (and old) projects.

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    Haven’t used it yet

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