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    Maria · 09/19/2020
    Hello
    In my previous question you said I could use your extreme composite deck sealer on a new outdoor Composite table. But when I looked up the directions it says not designed for use on new composite lumber.
    So I am confused can you use this product on a new table or not?
    please help
    thanks
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      thesealerstore · 09/20/2020
      Yes, as long as the surface is composite and it is porous.
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    Eldon · 09/18/2020
    I have a 240 sq. ft. cedar deck. Do I need to apply 2 coats of wood stain? Also, how much wood stain, stripper, and brightener do I need to order?
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      thesealerstore · 09/19/2020
      2 coats wet on wet. About 3 gallons of stain. As for Stripper, we would need to see pictures of the current conditions and what stain is on the wood now?
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    Maria · 09/18/2020
    If I can use your sealer on table how do I apply it?
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    Maria · 09/18/2020
    I just bought a composite outdoor table that is showing water stains. Can I use your Sealer product On the table? Thanks
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    Joe · 08/22/2020
    can masonry saver be applied with a roller as opposed to sprayer?
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    Scooter22 · 08/20/2020
    I made an order this week, who can I contact on when this will be shipped?
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    Bob · 08/17/2020
    I ordered a sample of drift wood stain. I did not order any cleaner or conditioner (did not see sample option). How should I prep wood for sample application?
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      thesealerstore · 08/17/2020
      Just make sure the wood is clean and dry of any previous coatings, dirt, etc.
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    Paul · 07/07/2020
    How do I get free shipping on 8 gallons of MasonrySaver paver seller?
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      thesealerstore · 07/07/2020
      5-Gallon pails ship free but singles gallons do not as the singles must ship in a separate box.
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    Denny Truhn · 06/18/2020
    What stain do I use on tiger wood
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    Dave Yunker · 05/26/2020
    We used your Defy Epoxy Fortified Deck Stain several years ago and would like to use it again but we can’t seem to locate any. Can you help?
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    Hasso · 05/19/2020
    I live in Virginia and have a 20 year old 600 SF pressure treated deck which is was last treated 10 years ago with a product called Ready Seal. Overall the wood is structurally solid. What product do you recommend that I use to prep and seal the deck and how much should I purchase?
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      thesealerstore · 05/20/2020
      You will need to prep with the Defy Wood Cleaner and the Defy Brightener. One container of each. About 6 gallons of the Defy Extreme for the two coats.
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    Peter · 05/14/2020
    I used Defy Extreme Stain ( Driftwood Gray) on a boat dock 5 years ago and on a new deck 3 years ago. Both the dock and the deck need reapplication now. How do I prep both surfaces? The boat dock is weathered and porous. The deck is less porous in most places.
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      thesealerstore · 05/14/2020
      Use the Defy Wood Cleaner and pressure washing for prep.
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    Ricky Svatos · 05/14/2020
    Why am i being charged shipping ($16.83) with 5 gallons (5 one-gallons) of 'Defy Extreme 1 Gallon' stain? Also purchasing the 2-gallon sprayer, crack n' groove tool and 4" brush.
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      thesealerstore · 05/14/2020
      No free shipping on the Sprayer, brush, etc. It explains this at checkout.
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    Megan · 04/18/2020
    I need to remove the solid stain on a deck that butts again my house that is sided in this steel siding.
    Will any of the recommended products (cleaner, stripper, brightener) harm the finish? There is NO space between the deck and the siding, so I am unsure of how to accomplish the work without getting the products on the siding.
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      thesealerstore · 04/18/2020
      It is not possible to strip a solid stain so you will have to power sand if you want to remove it.
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        megan · 04/18/2020
        I do plan to sand. The question remains about using the other products like cleaner and brightener. I don't think it will be possible to cover the siding. Will the products harm steel siding and if so, how do we keep this from happening when using products like the cleaner and brightener?
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          thesealerstore · 04/18/2020
          It should not harm the siding but no way to say for certain without doing a test spot.
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    Kimberly Ritter · 04/17/2020
    Could you please tell me the cost of 5 gallons?
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      thesealerstore · 04/17/2020
      Which product? You can see the cost by clicking on the product links in the menu.
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    Steve · 04/16/2020
    I need a solid/opaque stain for my deck which is about 20 years old. All I see is Semi-Trans in your Wood Restoration. What should i use?
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      thesealerstore · 04/16/2020
      I am sorry but we do not sell a solid stain from the website as they have to be custom mixed.
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        steve · 04/16/2020
        Bummer, ok, thank you!
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    Ann Collins · 03/21/2020
    What sealant would you recommend for brick pavers that were laid on top concrete
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    Bobby · 12/20/2019
    I put on a new pressure treated boat dock deck in February of 2019.
    Can I apply the first sealer now with Defy Extreme ???
    It is 500 sq ft
    Will one - 5 gallon pail be enough??
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      thesealerstore · 12/20/2019
      Yes, you can stain now but make sure to use the Defy Wood Cleaner and the Defy Wood Brightener as the prep. 5-gallons will be very close to being enough.
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    Jamie Moore · 12/02/2019
    Is this product good for cedar fencing? It has never been stained is about 12 months old.
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    Cindy Smith · 09/12/2019
    I stripped and sanded with 60 grit paper my 7 year old deck. I live in upstate NY. Can I wait until spring to stain?
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      thesealerstore · 09/13/2019
      Yes, use the Defy Wood Cleaner and then the Defy Brightener for prep after.
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    barry fulton · 07/05/2019
    Hello,
    I have a new redwood decking boards which I plan to sand, brighten, then stain. But the posts are 6x6 rough cut fir which have an old coat of stain. How do you recommend removing the old stain on vertical rough cut wood? My concerns are stripper won't penetrate on a vertical surface and the rough surface is not conducive to sanding. Thanks.
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    jeff · 07/03/2019
    If I use the stripper and brightener, do I need the cleaner as well? Or is it clean-strip-brighten.
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    Thomas Rhodes · 09/09/2018
    We have a new deck. The wood is p.t. and is double kiln dried. We like the reviews associated with your stain. We were hoping for a light grey color but you don't seem to have one. Any solutions for us here in Forest City, N.C.. Lastly, given our wood is double kiln dried, how long should we wait to begin the total procedure.
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      thesealerstore · 09/10/2018
      The Defy Extreme comes in a Driftwood Gray. Wait a couple of months and use the Defy Wood Cleaner and the Defy Wood Brightener for the prep.
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    Tom W · 08/24/2018
    Two questions: 1) I used DEFY Extreme Semi-transparent (light walnut) on our deck 3 years ago. Now it's time to re-stain. How much of the old DEFY stain needs to be removed before I apply the stain? Can there be some left, or does it all need to be power-washed off down the the bare cedar? 2) Last time I bought the stain, I found a local retailer (paint store) and bought it there. Can I only buy your stain via this website now? Thanks!
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      thesealerstore · 08/24/2018
      1. Some can be left.
      2. We are an online dealer only for Defy.
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    Tom · 08/02/2018
    My 14x16 pressure treated deck has been sanded down to bare wood. Boards are in good condition. Can you please advise what stain should be used, oil or water based. Also, I do not want to use a wet on wet product.
    I live in Ontario, Canada and my deck faces north.
    If I need 2 gallons how much would the total cost be including shipping??
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      opwdecks · 08/03/2018
      Hello, Defy is a wet on wet application and only comes in water-based. In addition, you will need to remove all of the stain from the floor prior to using the Defy. You still have some old stain in spots around the edges, etc.

      For shipping charges, please add to cart and enter your shipping info to see the total cost.
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    Mauro · 07/24/2018
    Do you have any distributors that carry your product or is direct shipping your only method?
    I was wondering if any national chains carried your product?
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      opwdecks · 07/24/2018
      Defy is not carried at Nation chains. We are an online dealer that ships directly to your home.
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    Mauro · 07/04/2018
    Can you ship the Defy Extreme Semi-Transparent to Canada?
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    Joe · 06/12/2018
    The deck had never been cleaned as was covered with lichen and dirt. I power washed it 3 weeks ago and it looks great. The deck has no rails and gets a lot of shade. I plan to use Defy Extreme. Should I prep using the cleaner and brightener?
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    Mary · 05/16/2018
    DO You Ship Your Products To Alaska
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    Walt · 05/07/2018
    How much wood cleaner do I need for a 1000 sq. ft deck?