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Question Wood Stain,?

Hi, can anyone tell me the safest wood stain/preservative to use on a rabbit hutch/run.
I have looked at some but i am still unsure , ,
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Re: Wood Stain,?

Hi there,

I use this wood stain that is available from Wilkinsons. It is both plant and animal safe and I have always used it on hutches and runs with no problem. It's cheap compared to the leading brands as well (that aren't animal safe incidentally!)

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Re: Wood Stain,?

Thanks , i shall go to our local Wilko's tomorrow .

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Re: Wood Stain,?

I don't think we have a Wilkos here - are there any other brands of wood stain I can use. I have to get my shed stained this month. Many thanks x
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Re: Wood Stain,?

I use Focus Fence Guard stuff and my rabbits have been fine with it

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Re: Wood Stain,?

I cant remember the name of the stuff I used, it was in a green plastic pot got it from home base. most stain is safe once dry, although not recommended on the insides.
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Re: Wood Stain,?

I've found this site of pet friendly wood stains.

https://www.protekwoodstain.co.uk/products/wood-stain

There's a good range of colours. Has anyone used these products ?
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Re: Wood Stain,?

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I don't think we have a Wilkos here - are there any other brands of wood stain I can use. I have to get my shed stained this month. Many thanks x
You can buy it online through their website. If that helps.
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