CPES 0.95 Litres

£48.00 (GBP) per pack

Smiths Clear Penetrating Epoxy Sealer™ (CPES ™) is a thin epoxy that will penetrate deeply into the surface of wood. CPES Cures premature varnish failure, it will dramatically reduce maintenance costs on exterior wood. It is the ultimate primer for all woods. Furthermore CPES can be used to repair and restore rotten and decayed timber, Fill-It filler can then be used to restore profiles.

CPES 0.95 litre Use and Coverage

Mix 1 to 1 by volume. Coverage varies with porosity of timber but around 5 sq metres / litre on new plywood or softwood. Hardwood coverage is typically twice that, ie it consumes half as much per square metre, and old wood will consume significantly more. If you are unsure of which temperature CPES you require, click here.

For full details of CPES see here:

CPES: Clear Penetrating Epoxy Sealer.

More Information

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Deck Repair

I used 3 products to repair the delaminating deck on my 33 year old boat. Rain water had found its way into the balsa sandwich between the grp layers ... more ...

Indoor Planters

Instead of lining all my orangery planters with plastic, I decided to use CPES. It was very easy to apply, and so far has worked brilliantly. My planters... more ...

Smiths CPES

I can only comment on the short term at this stage. Steve is a very helpful chap - call him with any questions and he always gets back to you. I used ... more ...

Yacht rebuild

Have used CPES as a primer prior to painting on ply interior refit of small yacht. Application is simple and effective, a couple of coats sealed the good... more ...

Yachts

I use CPES as a primer on new wood prior to varnishing with Epiphanes. The CPES is a doddle to use, I use medication measuring cups to achieve the correct... more ...

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