Liberon launches first of its kind furniture cream

by | Sep 22, 2017 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Liberon, the woodcare brand has launched a first to market Exterior Furniture Cream which can be applied quickly and easily by hand, with a cloth.

Ideal for all types of exterior woods, the innovative formula protects and preserves exterior timber, maintaining its natural appearance.

Quick and easy to apply with a cloth, with no need for a brush and no need for surface preparation, the cream penetrates deep into the wood to offer a superior level of protection against water, stains and UV damage. The cream can be used on top of oils and varnishes for a natural finish and is available in clear or teak.

Liberon is part of the V33 Group, a France-based market leader in woodcare and paint products for the DIY market.? Formed in 1957, this family owned business is focussed on producing innovative, durable and technologically-advanced surface coatings for indoor and outdoor use. The company?s extensive commitment to research and development ensures first to market innovations for professional and consumer use across the woodcare, floorcare and specialist paint markets.

For more information on Liberon?s Exterior Furniture Cream, visit or call 01797 367555.

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