Defy Marine Wood Stain
*Choice of Two 2.5 Gallon (total of 5 gallons) or One 2.5-Gallon container for easier use and storage. AVAILABLE COLORS: NATURAL PINE, CEDARTONE, LIGHT WALNUT
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We will reply to your comment shortly.· 09/22/2011I have a large (2000 s.f.) Ipe wood dock that is on salt water. Which sealer/ stain would last longest and be best? The Extreme or Marine Seal?
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 07/03/2011It would be best to use the Defy Extreme Stain in one of the 3 tints:
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 07/03/2011*background=backyard
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 07/03/2011Does it make sense to use this on a background deck that sees a lot of moisture due to high shade OR am I better off using "EXTREME EXTERIOR CLEAR WOOD STAIN"?
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 06/15/2011You can use the regular Defy wood cleaner followed by the Defy wood brightener to prep your new wood and "open" the wood pores so that your stain will absorb better.
We will reply to your comment shortly.· 06/15/2011I'm preparing to do the first stain on a fresh water lake dock in Indiana. I was preparing to purchase Defy Extreme stain in light walnut color when I realized you make a marine product.
When preparing new, unstained pressure-treated wood that was installed 12 months ago what steps should be taken before using your marine stain? I see you have a marine cleaner that I would use first.
Do you recommend using your brightener also before staining with the marine stain?