Water-repellent preservative

Water-repellent preservative

A liquid designed to penetrate wood and repel water and a moderate preservative protection. It is used for millwork, such as sash and frames, and is usually applied by dipping.

water-repellent preservative

A water repellent, 2 that provides moderate protection against the deterioration of wood.
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solvent-borne preservative (copper naphthenate), water-repellent preservative (copper naphthenate plus paraffin), diffusible borate rods (Impel rods, Viance Corp.
Discoloration of the finish by WSE can be eliminated by drying the lumber to less than 19% MC, keeping it dry prior to and during the application of a finish, using the proper finish with a stain-blocking primer, and painting the back side of siding with a water-repellent preservative or primer.
After positioning the top on supports, Wilson nailed on the outer layers, belt-sanded the top smooth, and finished it with a water-repellent preservative.
The effect of a water-repellent preservative (WRP) pretreatment on the performance of several paint and solid-color stains is also evaluated.
Organic waterborne water-repellent preservative systems similar to those used to protect solid lumber have also been developed and tested for structural composite products.
Thus, the UV-resistant clear water-repellent preservative represents the broadest category of clear natural finishes on the market.
The results of that study led to the conclusion that yellow-poplar would benefit from the use of water-repellent preservative pretreatments.
One coat of paintable water repellent or water-repellent preservative can be used on new wood prior to painting.
The paint and water-repellent preservative selections were based on prior favorable research experience at the USDA Forest Service Forest Products Laboratory (Feist 1990).
This paper discusses the evaluation of various water-repellent preservative systems as furnish treatments for a single-layer strandboard.
In this paper, we describe comparative field exposures of 32 commercially available deck finishes and a 5 percent pentachlorophenol/paraffin water-repellent preservative formulation on western redcedar (Thuja plicata D.