Defy Original Synthetic 5 Gallon

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Defy Original Wood Stain is a synthetic Water Repellent for all types of exterior wood. Defy Stain is a water-based finish that penetrates deeply into the wood pores to protect against mold, mildew, and UV damage.

Project_buttonThe professional choice, Defy Original Deck Wood Stain delivers performance and the advantage of a water-based product that is easy to use and maintain.

Whether your wood or deck is pine, cedar siding, redwood, or CCA decking, there is no better way to protect your exterior wood than with DEFY wood finishes.

  • Superior UV Resistance
  • Mold and Mildew Resistant
  • Will Not Flake or Peel
  • Soap and Water Cleanup
  • Easy to Maintain

Product Data Sheet

Coverage Rate:(2 Coats)
Wood Decks 100-150 sq. feet per gallon for 2 coats.

Gallon Sizes: 5's only
Coverage Per Gallon: 100-150 sq. feet (100 for 2 coats)
Coats Required: 2 Coats. "Wet on Wet"
Temperature: 45-95 F
Application Tools: Pad, Sprayer, Brush, Roller
Dry Time: 2-4 Hours
Cleanup: Water & Soap
State VOC Limits: Compliant in all States
More Info: Product Data

 

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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Excellent log home and cedar wood home stain.

thesealerstore
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    opwdecks · 04/14/2017
    Don Ostranser:
    Do I have to strip my old Defy epoxy stain to use this product ? I did not have to strip using the epoxy stain and it worked great . Can you guys help with this thanks Don
    The Replacement for the Epoxy is the Extreme. The Extreme can be cleaned and reapplied without the need for stripping like the Epoxy
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    Don Ostranser · 04/14/2017
    Do I have to strip my old Defy epoxy stain to use this product ? I did not have to strip using the epoxy stain and it worked great . Can you guys help with this thanks Don
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    opwdecks · 03/17/2014
    You can use the Defy Stains for Log Homes. The most popular are the Defy Original or the Defy Extreme.
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    Merle · 03/16/2014
    I have a log cabin, white/yellow pine logs, 7 years old, bleach washed and stripped old stain (oil based)left over winter untreated (ran out of warm weather), north side developed bad black mold (no sun). want to use your product but most of the info I see is for decks, can you send me info on the best bet for me to combat this issue, want to stay with the log look trying to stay away from solid latex but that looks like the only option I have unless I want to spend 2 weeks of the 4 weeks vacation I have washing n scrubbing my cabin every 2-3 years. Help needed in Wisconsin
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    thesealerstore · 08/22/2013
    No need to apply anything on top. Redo in 2-3 years or as needed.
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    sandra · 08/21/2013
    After applying two coats of Defy Extreme Wood Stain to I need to apply a top coat on it? and how long before I need to redo this whole process?
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    opwdecks · 07/16/2013
    Wait a couple of months then prep with the Defy Wood Cleaner and Wood Brightener.
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    Ron Scott · 07/16/2013
    I am in the process of putting wood siding and new pressure treat 2X4s and 1X4s to recove my exsisting shed. How long should I wait to stain? I understand the pressure treat lumber needs time to cure, should I wait a week, month or a year? or does it matter
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    opwdecks · 05/25/2013
    The old deck would need to be stripped and or sanded to remove all of the old stain. Once done you would use a wood brightener. The newer deck needs a cleaner and brightener for the prep. Once all the wood is properly prepped, you would want to use the Defy Extreme Stain.
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    Nicki · 05/25/2013
    I have about 1000 sq foot of decking, and a pool. We live in Ohio so we get all the elements so this deck gets abused! Part of the deck is old and stain is flaking and peeling and I have green mold, what the heck do I do with that to get it ready to stain???? The new portion is just pressure treated lumber, nothing's on it but it's 2 years old and I assume needs cleaned before staining???? Finally what is your very best longest lasting stain??? I am so worried abt the 2 decks matching in color so I was going to use behrs solid color stain but I keep hearing bad reviews! Please help me, I'm ready to purchase!
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    opwdecks · 05/11/2012
    The Defy Stain Stripper does not remove paint. Please order online as we do not have any dealers in your area.
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    james · 05/11/2012
    i need to stip my deck of old stain but I afaid the stripper will get on my drywit siding on my house and harm the paint. How should I go about this and where can I find your product around Gastoina NC
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    opwdecks · 03/13/2012
    I would look at either the Defy Original synthetic or the Defy Extreme Stain. Coverage is about 150 sq. feet per gallon. We do not have a dealer in your are but we can ship 5 gallon pails free of charge!
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    Steven Reynolds · 03/13/2012
    I am building a house in Tullahoma, TN. Western Cedar siding. Which product should I use to stain, what is the coverage per gallon? Lastly, do you have a supplier in this area?
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    opwdecks · 11/06/2011
    For a Brazilian hardwood deck you would want the Defy Stain for hardwoods. Defy Stains are penetrating stains and do not film on top of the wood like the Behr does.
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    Raymond Torres · 11/06/2011
    I have wood from Brazil (hardwood decking) we used Behr last year it all peeled up this winter needed to strip it off what a job. Does Defy coat the wood like Behr does it peeled like nail polish it wasn't transparent. Very unhappy and afraid on what to use. I do not want to go through this again. Nothing that coats the wood. I live in southern nj.

    Thank you,
    Raymond Torres
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    opwdecks · 11/04/2011
    Sorry but the Defy Original Synthetic only comes in 5 gallon pails. The Defy Epoxy, Extreme, and Hardwood stains come in gallon sizes.
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    Ron Weeks · 11/04/2011
    Is there any place I can buy your preservative/stain in a gallon size? I have part of my new deck that I want to stain in a different (darker) color than the rest.
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    opwdecks · 10/09/2011
    You would need to remove with the Defy Stain Stripper then brighten when done with the Defy Wood Brightener
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    David Harding · 10/09/2011
    My log home (white cedar) had the Defy original stain applied when built in 2001 using the #300 redwood canyon color. Several years later another coat was applied. The color is now an unattractive dark brown and has worn to the point where it needs to be recoated. What must I do to lighten the wood or strip off the existing coat?
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    opwdecks · 07/30/2011
    Best to prep the house buy using a stain stripper followed by a wood brightener. This will remove the finish and the mildew. This way your new stain will properly adhere and penetrate into the wood.

    Yes it will last as log as an oil.
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    mike · 07/30/2011
    I have to re stain my cedar sided house. I used a product 4 years ago called menwood stain. I believe it is a oil based stain. I now have a great deal of mildew on the north side of my house. Two questions. What is the best and easiest way to remove the mildew and second, can I use a synthetic based stain over the menwood stain. Will it last as long as an oil based stain. thanks
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    opwdecks · 07/29/2011
    You can walk on the first coat. Just do not step in the second coat.
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    Jack Thiele · 07/29/2011
    OK, I've scratched my head on this for about a week and can't come up with an answer: how can I apply the second coat of stain before the first coat is dry -- without walking on the first (still wet) coat?
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    opwdecks · 07/05/2011
    For cedar wood we would suggest the [url=http://www.defystain.com/defy-hardwood-stain.html]Defy Hardwood/Cedar stain[/url]. It penetrates cedar better which it makes it easier for reapplication without stripping in the future.
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    Shannon Garrett · 07/05/2011
    Hi,
    We have a deck made from cedar. We used a Behr semitransparent weatherproofing stain on it when it was new about 4 years ago. It did not stay looking good for more than a year.
    Which product from DEFY will provide a protection that we can just add to every year without having to strip off the old every year prior to applying DEFY. We have sanded and stripped off the old Behr product and are ready to order from you. Please advise. Thanks.
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    opwdecks · 07/05/2011
    The Defy stains do not contain animal fat and do not turn black over time. The Defy Extreme would be the best stain for your pressure treated wood.

    You can buy online here: ([url=http://www.defystain.com/defy-extreme-stain.html]Defy Extreme Stain[/url])
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    mark c · 07/05/2011
    hi, what is the difference between the defy orignal synthetic, the epoxy stain, and the extreme stain. i have pressure treated wood for my deck. do these stains have any preservatives in them or animal fat. i here this is what causes the wood to turn black over time. my deck is in the afternoon sun. i live in n.j. where can i buy this.
    thank you
    mark