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Timbashield Gets a Fresh Lick of Branding | A-Chem

On Monday the 3rd of April 2023, we launched Timbashield as its own brand, and we wanted to share what you can expect.

Reintroducing Timbashield

As the nation was ordered to stay at home in 2020, demand for our trusted solvent-based wood stain exploded, gathering momentum. Since then, we have worked hard to enhance our range and refresh our brand identity. This blog will give you the first glimpse of that, plus what products you can expect from Timbashield.

What can I expect from the Timbashield launch?

Our team has been working hard behind the scenes updating the look and feel of Timbashield, and how we can expand our current offering. Now, you will be able to see the products and try them for yourself.

In the meantime, we have detailed the key changes you can expect from the launch:

Timbashield Solvent Based Wood Stain

Our iconic solvent-based wood stains have been one of our best sellers and trusted by many.

The old Timbashield packaging

We’re pleased to share that we have given the product a new lease of life with a brand-new name, Timbashield Wood Protector, plus two new colours! Our formula remains the same, ensuring that your wood is completely protected, and the beauty of its natural grain is enhanced.

Our shade range includes the following:

  • Clear
  • Dark Oak
  • Golden
  • Golden Brown
  • Mahogany
  • Oak
  • Red Cedar
  • *NEW* Chestnut Brown
  • *NEW* Forest Green


The New Timbashield Wood Protector.

Timbashield Wood Preserver

Our classic water-based Wood Preserver will remain the same – just wrapped in our brand-new packaging!

Our formula will still ensure your outdoor timber is protected from woodworm, moulds, wood destroying and discolouring blue stain fungi.

The New Packaging for Timbashield’s Wood Preserver.

Waving Goodbye

As of the 3rd of April, you will no longer be able to purchase our Tanashield and Deckshield products. However, we promise it’s not all bad news…

New Additions to the Timbashield Family

We are thrilled to share three exciting new additions to the Timbashield family of products.

First up, we have our new Decking Protector, a high-performance water-based decking stain made from a blend of waxes and natural oils to provide long term exterior protection.

The Decking Protector will come in three shades, leaving a natural looking surface including ‘Natural’, ‘Rustic Oak’ and ‘Jacobean’.

New to Timbashield – Decking Protector.

Next, we have our Shed and Fence Protector. This product is perfect for those large areas of rough sawn wood such as fences and sheds. With just one coat, it will nourish the wood with a blend of natural oils and waxes, depositing UV absorbing pigments to enhance, brighten and leave a long-lasting finish.

Our Shed and Fence Protector will come in six shades including ‘Ebony’, ‘Golden Honey’, ‘Juniper Green’, ‘Nutmeg’, ‘Spiced Cedar’, and ‘Walnut’.

New to Timbashield – Shed and Fence Protector.

Finally, there is our Water Sealer. As you may already know, water accelerates the rotting process within wood, causing it to swell and shrink, ultimately creating cracks and damage to the surface.

By using our transparent Water Sealer, your wood will be protected from the effects of water for 10+ years. The product has been designed with protection in mind, using silicone technology to seal the wood against future damage from water absorption.

New to Timbashield – Water Sealer.

Final Words

Finally, we want to say thank you. The reason we have been able to share this exciting news is because of our wonderful customers who have bought from the Timbashield brand. While we think about where we are now and look towards the future, we are especially thankful to you for helping us reach this stage.

As always, the A-Chem and Timbashield teams will be hard at work, with the mission of providing our premium treatments and stains. We always love hearing from you so drop us a line anytime via our email or social medias (Facebook, Instagram & Twitter).


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