Ultraseal & Ultradeck- 1l, 5l, 25l
Khuni Sealer – 1l, 5l
CTX 108, INDEG, Timbrite, – 1l
UltraSeal is a Timberlife penetrating solvent-borne sealer that provides a durable high sheen finish with good flexibility. UltraSeal is particularly suitable for use on exterior timbers such as wooden windows and doors. UltraSeal contains a unique blend of drying oils, high-quality resins, water repellent wax components, and UV resistant transparent iron oxide pigments.
A Timberlife solvent-borne sealer that penetrates the wood and builds to a protective, semi-gloss finish with good wear resistance. UltraDeck is particularly suitable for use on exterior timbers such as wooden decks and walkways. UltraDeck contains a unique blend of high-quality resins, drying oils, water repellent wax components, and UV resistant transparent iron oxide pigments.
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CTX 108 is TimberLife ready-to-use organic solvent-based solution that contains a specific blend of insecticidal and fungicidal active ingredients; hence it is an insecticidal and fungicidal surface treatment for seasoned timber. This provides a colorless surface treatment for the protection of seasoned timber against wood borer and termite attacks, as well as discoloring fungi and mold growth. CTX 108 contains a high level of insecticide to provide long term protection and also to control and eradicate wood-boring insects in any infested timber.
Indeg is a TimberLife ready-to-use product that dissolves and removes old oily and waxy substances from previously finished wood, such as poles, doors, window frames, decks, wendy houses, furniture, etc. You can also use Indeg to remove oil stains from paving and concrete Indeg also cleans the timber from all forms of dirt and grime?
Khuni Sealer is known as a contractor’s wood stabilizing oil. It is an oil/wax-based penetrating sealer that protects raw (uncoated) wood against water ingress, surface degradation, and contamination. The high-quality blend of drying oils and water repellent wax components deeply penetrates, stabilizes and nourishes the wood. It, therefore, acts as a transit stabilizer, and protective sealer that prevents excessive checking and splitting of pre-manufactured timbers during building construction.