Water Based Fence Paint - Vanta Black

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Product Overview


Our Superior quality Water based Fence Paint is an innovative aqueous, alkyd emulsion binder based, wood paint and coating formulated and designed specifically for the New Zealand climate. It has an excellent balance of water resistance and mechanical properties, providing long lasting wood protection against the effects of weathering damage with a good balance of dry film properties.

Because of its rot-resisting and disinfecting effect, our Water Based Fence Paint is ideally suited for the preservation and coating of wooden structures such as domestic urban fences, post and rail fences, retaining walls and other timber structures etc. This is a low odour, Formaldehyde and Alkyl phenol ethoxylate (APOE*) free product.

* APEO and Formaldehyde are not intentionally added and are not knowingly introduced from another raw material.

Timber requires one coat only and One (1) Litre will cover approximately 6 to 8 Square Meters.

Our Water Based Fence Paint is intended primarily for surface application by brushing, rolling or by airless spray equipment.
Our Water Based Fence Paint Gives an economical yet high quality finish which is ideal for larger projects.

A re-coat will be required after 4 to 6 years.

The colour is a deep pitch, jet black (VANTA BLACK) and it’s only available in this colour.

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  • Our Fence Paint will retard distortion, movement and splitting of timber, due to weather exposure. This is a hard wearing product
  • Our Fence Paint is water based so clean-up is with water
  • Can be used on all wood structures
  • Environmentally safe and nontoxic product
  • Exceptional coverage, easy application and require one coat only!
  • High viscosity to minimise any over spray when applied with spray equipment.
  • Contains biocides to eliminate moss and lichen growth.
  • Can be applied over existing stained or painted substrates



For more detailed information please see our documents below.

Packaging: Available in 4, 10, 20 and 200 Litre containers. Plastic jerry can, Metal flasks with bericap, Plastic open top paint bucket, Metal open top paint pail and Metal drum with bungs.

Our Fence Paint is an water based, water-soluble, non-flammable, black alkyd polymer stain / paint
Our Fence Paint is a New Zealand manufactured, alkyd water based product which will penetrate the timber rapidly due to its viscosity.
Our Fence Paint gives a high degree of water repellence and will retard distortion, movement and splitting of timber, due to weather exposure.
Our Fence Paint is non-flammable and the treated wood, after drying, presents no greater fire hazard than ordinary timber.
Our Fence Paint is non-corrosive to metals and can have a protective action on iron and steel.
Our Fence Paint is nontoxic and is safe around your animals.



Volume Solids: 26%
Weight Solids: 28%
Density: 1.12
pH: ~8.1
Dispersant: (active based on total powders) 1.0%
Coalescent: (based on polymer solids) 5.0%

Krebs Stormer (KU) 118-122
ICI Cone and Plate (Poise) 1.6-1.8
Brookfield (spindle 4 / 60 rpm) (mPa.s) 8500 – 9500
Brookfield (spindle 4 / 6 rpm) (mPa.s) 17500 - 20000



These documents contain important information about:

  • Material Safety Data
  • General Information
  • Application
  • Storage
  • Safe use
  • First Aid
  • Clean Up
  • Warranty
  • Available Packing Sizes
  • and more information

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Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

Product Data Sheet (PDS)


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  • 5
    Awesome just what I was looking for. Seems a small amount can go a long way.

    Posted by Russell kirby on 15th Sep 2021

    Awesome product, had previously used the spray on paint and did not think much of it.