Barrettine Traditional Creosote Dark Brown. The ban on the amateur use of creosote following the notice in July 2003, allowed it to be sold only to professional users. This includes for agricultural, non residential fencing, equestrian and livestock uses. This wood preservative product only comes in 20L.
Barrettine Traditional Dark Creosote provides a treatment against wood rotting fungi and wood destroying insects on external timbers and wooden surfaces.
- For use on timbers where there is no risk of frequent skin contact.
- Kills red mite in poultry.
- Effective HSE approved wood preservative, particularly effective for timbers in / under ground contact.
- Read the Regulations here
- Small numbers of traditional creosote cannot be delivered to the Highlands / Islands due to hazardous classification / transport costs.
Traditional Creosote is supplied in a UN plastic container. This is hazardous for transport due to volume. Not available to order in highland / island parts of the UK or NI from the website. Please check this website for nearby stockists or call to discuss quantity options.
Drying Time: Minimum 48 Hours
Coverage: 1 Litre will cover up to 10 sq metres
Approved under COPR/BPR.
Traditional Creosote can only be used for professional and industrial applications, see our Terms & Conditions for further details.
For large orders, please enquire by phone, email or web chat to check available stock.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: Shake well/stir before and during use.
This is not a decorative product and colour may vary from batch to batch.
Do not handle until all safety precautions have been read and understood.
It is best practice to treat wood in its final form after all cutting, shaping and machining has been carried out so that the protective envelope of preservative is not broken.
If modifications of wood components after treatment are necessary a preservative that is compliant with the original treatment should be applied to protect any surfaces exposed by such works.
Apply freely with a suitable brush and allow to soak well into timber.
The timber to be treated should be dry and any paint or varnish removed before application. Application rate up to 5m2 /litre.
RISK MITIGATION MEASURES: Any handling of the product should be done in well ventilated spaces.
Inhalation of vapours and contact with skin and eyes should be avoided.
Exposure limit values shall not be exceeded.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning and maintenance of protective equipment.
If washing instructions are missing, use detergent and hot water.
Keep and wash personnel protective equipment separately from other laundry.
Clothing and other absorbent materials that have been significantly contaminated should be disposed of and not re-used.
Take off protective equipment directly upon completion of the handling of the product.
Wash the outside of the gloves before they are taken of.
Personnel must leave all protective equipment and any other materials contaminated by the product at the treatment facility/site