WOODguard vs High Sierra (Sashco)


  • EPA Registered Wood Preservative
  • Contains Copper 8 quinolinolate
  • Controls termites and anabiid beetles
  • Inhibits mold and fungal organisms
  • One coat coverage
  • No lap or brush marks EVER
  • VOC Compliant in all 50 states
  • Non-film forming
  • Cannot crack or peel
  • Freeze / Thaw stable
  • Signal Word: Caution
  • Detergent and water clean-up
  • ShelfSurface prep: power wash
  • Shelf Life: Many Years.

High Sierra (Sashco)

  • Not a Wood Preservative
  • Contains no active ingredients against decay
  • No insecticidal properties
  • No fungicidal properties – Does not even claim to have Surface Mildewcide
  • 3-step process: Wood preservative or Borate, Followed by 2 Coats of High Sierra
  • Apply in the Shade to limit lap and brush marks – work quickly
  • VOC compliant
  • Alkyd/Acrylic film former
  • Subject to Cracking and/Or Peeling
  • Store at room temperature
  • Signal Word: Warning
  • Soap and water clean up when wet. – Mineral spirits when dry
  • Surface Prep: Sanding Recommended
  • Shelf Life: 18 months
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