Natural Playgrounds

Natural Playground Designs

Water Play

Music, Sound, Art

Sand Play

Fun Things with Tree Parts

Embankment / Hill Slides

Rocks, Boulders

Loose Parts


Infants and Toddlers

TeePees Decks Gazebos Caves Log Houses Storage

Labyrinths, Sensory Boxes, Sundials

Mud Run, Challenge, Fitness

Upper Body, Exercise

Benches, Tables, Hammocks, Bridges, Signs

Gardening, Greening

Indoor Play

Fencing, gates


Awareness and Training

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Wood Preservative & Protector (1 Gallon)

Wood Preservative & Protector (1 Gallon)
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We’ve tried several wood sealers/preservatives over the last 20 years, but found that they didn’t hold up over time,. After a final bit of exhaustive research, we settled on a water-based, non toxic, penetrating preservative.

It’s specially formulated to seal, waterproof, and harden wood products. The proprietary catalyst reacts with both the acids and the alkali to form an internal seal and barrier against water and other causes of deterioration.

This product enhances the existing color of the wood, but doesn’t change it, leaving the wood looking as beautiful as ever! It sort of petrifies the wood.

Dries quickly! Great for use on logs, stumps, log sluiceways, etc.

• will not permanently alter the color, texture, or any other physical characteristic of the natural wood to which it is applied.
• effective on surfaces above and below grade.

• Helps wood retain natural color longer
• Leaves clear, natural finish with no surface film
• Retards penetration of grease, oils and acids
• Petrifies the wood
• Retards weather related deterioration
• Enables easier ice and snow removal

• approximately 150 sf per gallon, and can be sprayed on using a normal garden sprayer.

• Docks
• Decks
• Wooden Basements
• Walkways/Boardwalks
• Shingles
• Fence Posts, Rails, and Slats
• Siding
• Log Homes
• Window Boxes, Frames, and Sash
• Wooden Planters

We recommend treating all Natural Playground wood elements at least twice each year (spring, and fall), especially in harsh climates.