exterior wood varnish

satin and dead flat finishes

polyvine exterior wood varnish
polyvine exterior wood varnish


dead flat

  • exterior-wood-varnish
  • exterior wood varnish 1 litre dead flat
  • exterior wood varnish 1 litre satin
  • exterior wood varnish 100ml dead flat
  • exterior wood varnish 100ml satin
  • exterior wood varnish 4 litre dead flat
  • exterior wood varnish 4 litre satin
  • exterior wood varnish 500ml dead flat
  • exterior wood varnish 500ml satin

a non-yellowing, quick drying clear finish that protects against UV light and weather damage

A waterproof, microporous, UV resistant clear protection for exterior wood.
The unique polymer system gives a silky satin finish and highlights the natural grain of the wood. It is suitable for exterior softwood and hardwood timber applications, giving a high level of UV resistance, waterproofing and preservation.

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SKU : VEF0100
Price range : £4.76 to £83.60



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Any colours shown are representations and should be used as guidance only.
Colours when applied will vary according to the material they are used on.

at a glance product info

  • exterior - suitable for exterior use
  • waterproof - a highly durable waterproof surface
  • UV filter protection - providing colour fade resistance, surface stability, and protection from outdoor weathering
    UV filter protection
  • microporous - allows the finished surface to breathe, repelling mould and other airborne contaminants
  • biocide boost - ensures that the finished surface remains free from mould, algae and fungus
    biocide boost
  • nano technology - the miniscule particles create extreme water repellence ensuring the coating lasts longer
    nano technology
  • does not blister or peel - the flexible quality allows surface micro-movement in warm sun or winter frosts
    does not blister or peel

unique qualities: UV protective filters • waterproof • quick drying • microporous •  resists blistering and cracking • high solids • biocides protect against algae, mildew and fungal attack

ideal for: exterior doors • windows • woodwork • garden furniture

available in: 100ml • 500ml • 1 litre • 4 litre

drying time: 1-2 hours • recoat time: 4 hours • coverage: 15 square metres per litre

Exterior Wood Varnish
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application and advice


All surfaces must be clean and free from dust, dirt, oil and contamination. Remove oils/resins from oily hardwoods and resinous softwoods. Treat new wood with a wood preservative to remove all traces of fungus and mould. Ensure pretreatment is compatible and completely dry, before application. Joints, end grain and glazing beads must be completely sealed. Water penetration into the timber will produce unsightly water staining and promote fungal growth beneath the clear varnish.
Instructions in the technical data sheet must be followed. Ensure the product is well mixed.


Using a good quality brush, apply evenly using light brush strokes, following the grain of the wood. Keep a wet edge and avoid overlaps. Apply the first coat and allow to dry. On new wood dilute the first coat with 10% water. Sand lightly to obtain the best finish. Apply three coats.
To achieve a fully protected dead flat finish apply 3 coats of satin before a final coat of dead flat.


Always apply to a test area before starting work. Care must be taken when applying in high temperature or direct sunlight as this will affect drying time. Do not apply when rain is imminent. Coating life will be reduced on horizontal surfaces and where the coating is in contact with the ground or pooled water.


Protect from extremes of temperature during storage and application.

health, safety and the environment

Keep out of reach of children. Non-hazardous. Ensure good ventilation.
Contact with eyes - wash immediately with warm water. Remove excess from tools and mixing vessels before washing in warm soapy water.
Do not empty into drains or watercourses.

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