HydroPro Garden Paint transforming outdoors spaces in 2024

05 June 2024

BY Rebecca Jennings

Is your garden shed and fence looking a little worse for wear? Use HydroPro Garden Paint to transform them into a vibrant and stylish space. Follow this how-to guide to achieve a professional finish that will leave your outdoor space looking fresh with long lasting durability. With 11 stunning colours to choose from, including best-selling Prestwich Blue and two new arrivals for the 2024 outdoor season; Spring Yellow and Cherry Blossom Pink, you’ll be sure to find the perfect shade for your garden.

Materials and Tools You’ll Need:

  • HydroPro Garden Paint (your choice of colour)
  • Scraper
  • Wire brush
  • Medium grit sandpaper
  • Bucket and sponge
  • Mild detergent or garden shed cleaner
  • Drop cloths
  • Paintbrushes (various sizes)
  • Paint rollers
  • Paint tray
  • Ladder (if required)


Step 1: Choose Your Colour

First, decide on the colour you want for your garden shed and fences. HydroPro Garden Paint offers a range of beautiful colours:

Blue fence with olive trees

Prestwich Blue: A serene, classic blue.

Light green slatted fence

Chartwell Green: A soft, muted green that blends well with garden foliage.









Slate Grey: A sophisticated, modern grey.

Black fence and bedding borders
Black: A bold and timeless choice.

Green fence with foliage plant
Green Forest: A rich, natural green.

Light grey painted fence
Light Grey: A versatile and elegant option.

Duck Egg Blue painted terracotta pot
Duck Egg Blue: A calming, pastel blue.

Yellow Shed
Spring Yellow: A bright and cheerful hue.

Pink and Green shed
Cherry Blossom Pink: A playful and charming pink.

small terracotta pot in stone
Stone: A warm, neutral beige.

brown fence
Walnut: A deep, woodsy brown.


Step 2: Prepare the Surface

Proper preparation is key to achieving a durable and attractive finish.

Clean the surface: Start by removing any dirt, mildew, or old paint. Use a bucket of warm water with mild detergent or a garden shed cleaner and scrub the surface with a sponge or brush. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and allow it to dry completely. We would not recommend painting the same day.

Remove Loose Paint: If there is any peeling or flaking paint, use a scraper and wire brush to remove it.

Sand the Surface: If painting a shed, lightly sand the entire shed with fine-grit sandpaper for better adhesion. Wipe away any dust with a damp cloth and allow surface to dry.


Step 3: Paint the Shed and Fences

Now it’s time for the fun part – painting!

Stir the Paint: Ensure your HydroPro Garden Paint is thoroughly mixed. You can use HydroPro Garden Paint straight out of the can or you can pour it into a paint tray for roller use.

For Sheds: Use a smaller paintbrush to paint the edges, corners, and any trim. This will help you get into the nooks and crannies that a roller might miss. Then use a paint roller or large paint brush for the larger, flat surfaces of the shed.

Apply the paint in even strokes, working in small sections to ensure a consistent finish.

Apply a Second Coat: Once the first coat is dry, apply a second coat for full coverage and a deeper colour.


Step 4: Finishing Touches

Clean Up: Wash your brushes and rollers with warm, soapy water, and clean any spills or drips immediately.

Admire Your Work: Once the paint is completely dry, step back and admire your newly painted garden shed and fences!


Maintenance Tips

Regular Cleaning: Keep your shed looking fresh by cleaning it periodically with mild detergent and water.

Touch-Ups: Keep some extra HydroPro Garden Paint on hand for touch-ups as needed.

Inspect Annually: Check your shed and fence panels annually for any signs of wear or damage and address them promptly to maintain its appearance and protection.

With HydroPro Garden Paint, transforming your garden shed and fences is an enjoyable and rewarding project. Whether you choose the popular Prestwich Blue or the vibrant Spring Yellow, your outdoor space will become a standout feature in your garden. Happy painting!



HydroPro Garden Paint Colour List: Prestwich Blue, Chartwell Green, Black, Slate Grey, Green Forest, Light Grey, Duck Egg Blue, Stone, Walnut, Spring Yellow and Cherry Blossom Pink.