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Solid Deck Stain Recommendations
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12/20/2006
Posts: 222
Hi all,
Looking for help on personal recommendations on a SOLID deck stain to be used on the floor boards. This is going over existing solid stain.

To be helpful please confirm when your stain was put on your deck and how it held up. So many stain companies have been acquired by others and/or formulas changed due to new EPA requirements that what used to be go to stains are now considered very poor choices (e.g. Cabot's Solid Stain).

Frustrating researching on the internet. Any current solid stains all seem to have very poor reviews consistently (Cabots & Behr - despite both being rated very high on Consumer Reports), or are all over the map with good & bad reviews (Olympic Elite/Maximum, Benjamin Moore, Flood, Pittsburgh, Sherwin Williams SuperDeck, Sikkens).

I'd prefer to buy something that I can just go to a store in the Twin Cities and pick up vs buying over the internet.

Thanks all for your help!

FYI ... for some other areas that I did not require use of solid stain I tried Rymar Xtreme (expensive @ $90/gallon). We'll see how well that stuff holds up. It has only been a few weeks so too early to tell. Put it on railings & cedar shakes so I would expect it to do fine. Unfortunately they do not have a "Solid" stain product.

Posted on: 2017/6/29 13:02
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Re: Solid Deck Stain Recommendations
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Armor renew from armorpoxy new jersey(website)......I know you wanted to pickup from local store but this is contractors grade epoxy...........you will not be disappointed with this product!!!!!Have had on deck for over 10 years.only fading and slight wear on steps/high/heavy traffic areas!!!!c63

Posted on: 2017/7/12 14:47
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Re: Solid Deck Stain Recommendations
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Joined:
12/02/2008
From Linwood, MN
Posts: 462
are you looking for a latex or oil base stain?

Posted on: 2017/8/14 10:31
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