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Where To Use LifeTime® Wood Treatment Non-Toxic Wood Stain

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Some of the ways LifeTime® is used:

  • Doors & Windows
  • Barns & Sheds
  • Cold Frames & Greenhouses
  • Gazebos & Sunrooms
  • Decks & Pools
  • Log Homes
  • Siding & Trim
  • Fences & Signs
  • Boats & Docks
  • Bee hives & Gardens
  • Playgrounds & Furniture

Some of the people and organizations using LifeTime®:

  • Parks Canada has used LifeTime® in several of our National Parks including Banff, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks.
  • The British Columbia Ministry of Transportation approveds LifeTime® for municipal and highway signage projects.
  • The City of Calgary is using LifeTime® for treating wooden roadside sound barrier fencing.
  • Nova Scotia Natural Resources is testing the product on picnic tables in Provincial Parks.
  • Many construction contractors and log home builders are using LifeTime® in Canada, the United States, and overseas.
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LifeTime® Wood Treatment
Can Be Found:

LifeTime can be found at many retail locations including TIM-BR Mart, Home Hardware, Totem Building Supplies, Ace Hardware Stores, Windsor Plywood, True Value, I Wood Care, IRLY Building Centres, Kent, Arctic Inland Building Products, Living Rooms, Slegg Lumber, Build It Naturally, Rona, Armand Malo, Schroeder Log Home Supply

 
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