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1) I live in Ontario, Canada right on Lake Ontario... can or will you ship to my home in Canada ?
2) i wish to stain / preserve my 1 year old pine deck ... what colour of Defy Extreme Wood Stain should I use ?
I would like to stain my front door. I have it all stripped down to natural wood once again. I have not been pleased with the longevity of other stains and polys so I am going to try a deck stain. I do not need waterproofing only severe UV protection. The door faces west and gets extremely hot. I have a storm door infront of it - they both are arched so changing out the glass to UV would be costly). Is Defy Extreme going to penatrate the wood and last, or in all honesty would a oil-base semi-transparent deck stain be better.
I have ordered the Extreme Wood Stain (clear) to put on a newly built patio enclosing wall using 1 x 6 red cedar fence pickets. Can this be applied with a siphon type pressure sprayer?
I am staining a pressure treated deck, the new brown color, which of your stains would be closest to that color, I am in Canada so I don't want to order a sample.
Also what is the shipping time to Niagara Falls NY ?
Dont see anything on your site about outdoor furniture. Is your product good for teak furniture?
Vertical redwood posts. We have a TimberTech composite deck with natural redwood vertical posts for the cable railing system. The deck will be 2 years old this fall (2017), so I'm planning to clean and apply Crystal Clear Extreme. From the product data sheets, I'm planning to use the Wood Brightener to avoid any discoloration that is described with the Wood Cleaner. Is this the recommended method? Are there special precautions or cleanup necessary for spillage on the TimberTech or the stainless steel cables? Thanks.
I have a new Douglas fir deck,can I finish it with defy cedar stain..
When staining a new red cedar deck how long should I wait until I use your stain?
I'm applying a first-time stain (Defy Natural Pine) to a 9 month old wood deck. Some sites recommend doing the underside as well as the exposed surfaces. What is your opinion? Thanks!
I have a new cedar gazebo that the manufacturer applied a water-based stain to kiln dried cedar. Can I apply the Defy Extreme directly or do i need to strip the cedar first?
4 years ago I stained my log house using Cabot Heartwood toner. It worked OK and still looks presentable. I plan on using a deck cleaner to kill some black mildew that has formed, and pressure wash it clean. The wood was treated with a borate solution, so is impervious to wood eating insects. If I want to use the Devy Extreme Redwood stain, is it necessary to completely strip off the old toner? That's a ton of work I'd prefer to avoid if necessary. Also, what is the best way to apply the stain? Thanks.
Will this product work on composite decking?
i have 2 questions also: I just completed my 1st coat of Defy Extreme Semi-transparent Stain and ran out of stain. It is definitly going to need a 2nd coat. What do I need to do to prepare for adding he 2nd coat after the 1st coat has already cured?
Question 2 - How to remove drip stains from the concrete pad that the aforementioned deck is sitting on?
2 questions - I will be applying a maintenance coat this spring. I applied two wet on wet coats a year ago. I've washed the deck with the restore cleaner and it's now dry and ready to stain. How many coats should I put on this year? My next question is how long until it has cured? There is rain in the forecast within the next few days and I want to make sure I give it enough time to dry. Thanks!
Where in Indiana can your extreme stain be purchased. Will your clear give the same protection as a colored stain.
Thank you, Ann Miller