Deck & Wood Stain Medford Cedar DRP
- Deck Restoration Plus Deck & Wood Stains make exterior wood restoration a much easier job with penetrating water base stains that are environmentally friendly
- Deck Restoration Plus Deck and Wood Stains have all of the great qualities oil base stains, but may be applied to wet, damp or dry wood.
- Whether you are restoring a deck, cedar siding, a log cabin, a fence, or any other exterior wood project. Deck Restoration Plus Stains are designed to produce professional results.
- Coverage: A 2 coat brush application. Coat 1 covers ~100-200 sqft a gallon. Coat 2 covers ~200-300 sqft a gallon. This may vary depending upon condition and type of wood.
- Thee Easy Steps; 1) Clean and Restore or Strip, 2) Brighten the Wood, 3) Apply the stain
$38.20 - $247.60
Deck Restoration Plus Deck & Wood Stains make exterior wood restoration a much easier job with penetrating water base stains that are environmentally friendly, have all of the great qualities oil base stains, but may be applied to wet, damp or dry wood. Whether you are restoring a deck, cedar siding, a log cabin, a fence, or any other exterior wood project. Deck Restoration Plus Deck & Wood Stains are designed to produce professional results.
- Easy Application
- Mildew Resistant
- May be Applied to Wet or Damp Wood
- VOC Compliant
- Environmentally Friendly
- UV Resistant
- Superior Water Beading
- Easy Future Maintenance
- Penetrating - Durable
Coverage: We recommend applying a 2 coat brush application. The first coat covers approximately 100-200 sq ft per gallon. The second coat covers approximately 200-300 sq ft per gallon. This may vary depending upon condition and type of wood.
* Final color and appearance of any product is affected by the underlying wood type, texture, porosity, and color.*
Step 1: Clean, Restore, Or Strip
Check out the Deck Restoration Plus Stripper
Check out the Deck Restoration Plus Restorer
Step 2: Brighten
Check out the Deck Restoration Brightener
Step 3: Stain
Apply this Stain
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