On Thursday, July 25, 2013 9:09:25 PM UTC-5, Sonny wrote:
experience with this product or have any comments about this product: http
On a deck, rather than a porch.
I saw a TV home fix-it-up on that product and it's "not really" paint
but a very thick, fill in the cracks kind of covering to help restore
very old,cracked deck boards.
The results looked OK, but I would replace the boards over that method.
On Monday, July 29, 2013 10:06:25 AM UTC-5, Pat Barber wrote:
ut a very thick, fill in the cracks kind of covering to help restore very o
ld,cracked deck boards. The results looked OK, but I would replace the boar
ds over that method.
Thanks Pat. The deck in question is reported to have some slight condition
issues, so this product may be a temp fix until the decking definitely war
rants replacing. I'll pass the info on and hope to get some feedback, once
applied, and a future report of its resulting wear/lasting conditions.
Not all that great. I used their white solid stain for a PT railing
around a small desk. Within two years, it started peeling off.
Rather than scraping and sanding, it'll be less work to just replace it
and then using a regular outdoor paint.
I had better luck with their non-solid cedar satin on the decking.
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