Defy Extreme 1 Gallon

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DEFY-ColorTipsDEFAULTNano-Technology Improves Stain Performance 200-600%

SaverSystems has joint ventured with several companies to develop a new long lasting stain technology.  Our research efforts over the last year and a half have lead Project_buttonto a new development in the performance of exterior, semi-transparent wood finishes to protect your deck.

A newly developed nano-technology used in combination with our existing technology has been found to significantly increase the durability and weather resistance of our synthetic resin based deck stains. This new light stabilizing nano-technology actually works by blocking and absorbing the harmful UV rays from the sun that damage your wood.

Not only does this new technology help prevent wood from graying it also helps prevent water intrusion while resisting  fungal growth. The independent test results are in, and below are photo’s of the actual test boards which show how the new DEFY Extreme new technology stacks up against the best selling national brands.

Defy Extreme Wood Stain utilizes Nano Particles (Similar to Sunscreen) and High Grade Synthetic Resins. When combined they will reflect the sun and provide UV protection that has never been seen in a Tinted Wood Finish. This is a First in the Industry

Defy Extreme Wood Stain can be used on interior or exterior smooth hardwood surfaces including: wood siding, decks, outdoor wood furniture, and other hardwood surfaces.

Defy Extreme - Wood Stain:

  • Utilizing Nano-Particles and Synthetic Resins. Nano Light-Stabilizers block the sun's harmful UV rays preventing graying
  • Nano particles help prevent mold and algae
  • Semi-Transparent wood finish adds color and protection to your wood
  • Stains and seals your wood from water penetration
  • Water-Based with easy soap and water cleanup
  • VOC Compliant and Eco-Friendly formula
  • Leading protection that will outperform all tinted transparent wood stains

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Gallon Sizes: 1's & 5's
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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    opwdecks · 05/16/2017
    Mark Hildebrandt:
    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 ?

    Shipping to NY is about 2-3 days. Look at Dark Walnut or Butternut.
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    Mark Hildebrandt · 05/16/2017
    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 ?
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    opwdecks · 04/08/2017
    victor:
    Dont see anything on your site about outdoor furniture. Is your product good for teak furniture?

    For Teak, you would want the Defy Hardwood Stain.
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    victor · 04/08/2017
    Dont see anything on your site about outdoor furniture. Is your product good for teak furniture?
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    opwdecks · 03/12/2017
    Todd Warfield:
    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.

    Correct on using both the cleaner and the brightener for the prep of the posts. No concerns on the Timbetech, just rinse well with water when done.
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    Todd Warfield · 03/12/2017
    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.
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    opwdecks · 10/24/2016
    Frederic Sharp:
    I have a new Douglas fir deck,can I finish it with defy cedar stain..

    You will need to wait about 3 months to weather. Prep first with the Defy Wood Clean and then the Defy Wood Brightener.
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    Frederic Sharp · 10/23/2016
    I have a new Douglas fir deck,can I finish it with defy cedar stain..
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    opwdecks · 10/23/2016
    Johannes:
    When staining a new red cedar deck how long should I wait until I use your stain?

    2-3 months and prep first with Defy Wood Cleaner.
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    Johannes · 10/22/2016
    When staining a new red cedar deck how long should I wait until I use your stain?
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    opwdecks · 08/02/2016
    tjforish:
    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!

    No need to stain the underside.
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    Terrence Forish · 08/02/2016
    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!
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    opwdecks · 07/06/2016
    DBarclay:
    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?

    You would need to remove the previous coating that was applied first.
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    DBarclay · 07/05/2016
    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?
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    opwdecks · 06/13/2016
    MAJean:
    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.

    Yes you will need to remove the Cabot it use a different stain like the Defy. Apply the stain with a stain sprayer and a stain pad applicator.
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    MAJean · 06/13/2016
    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.
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    opwdecks · 05/20/2016
    Michaelkl k:
    Will this product work on composite decking?

    It is not designed to stain composite. Best to use this product:

    http://www.defystain.com/wood-products/woodanddeckstains/defy-composite-deck.html
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    Michaelkl k · 05/19/2016
    Will this product work on composite decking?
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    opwdecks · 04/27/2016
    jimsfmr:
    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?

    You should not apply a second now. Wait until Fall, lightly clean and apply the second coat. Removing the stain out of concrete is not easy to do. Try a graffiti remover from your local store and a pressure washer.
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    Jim Sanderson · 04/26/2016
    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?
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    opwdecks · 04/18/2016
    Carrie:
    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!

    Just one coat this year since you have a base coat already. It should cure in 24 hours.
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    Carrie · 04/18/2016
    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!
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    opwdecks · 10/04/2015
    Ann Miller:
    Where in Indiana can your extreme stain be purchased. Will your clear give the same protection as a colored stain.
    Thank you, Ann Miller

    We are an online dealer for the Defy. The Defy stain colors will last 2-3 times longer then the Clear version.
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    Ann Miller · 10/02/2015
    Where in Indiana can your extreme stain be purchased. Will your clear give the same protection as a colored stain.
    Thank you, Ann Miller
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    opwdecks · 08/24/2015
    WALTER BOBRUK:
    Can I get samples of the stain to test on my boards. ref your DEFY Exteme
    product. This is for application on pressue treated southern yellow pine.

    http://www.defystain.com/defy-stain-samples.html
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    WALTER BOBRUK · 08/23/2015
    Can I get samples of the stain to test on my boards. ref your DEFY Exteme
    product. This is for application on pressue treated southern yellow pine.
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    opwdecks · 07/07/2015
    Sandi McCulloch:
    Hello, I would like to get information on your stain. I am looking for a long lasting stain for painting fences and decks on Vancouver Island, BC. I would like to purchase product from a Canadian Dealer. I need a contact number. I can be reached at 250 245-1223 or by e-mail. Thank you for your assistance. Sandi

    There are not any Canadian dealers but we can ship to you. You may call us at 249-858-8900 for any questions you have and ordering.
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    Sandi McCulloch · 07/06/2015
    Hello, I would like to get information on your stain. I am looking for a long lasting stain for painting fences and decks on Vancouver Island, BC. I would like to purchase product from a Canadian Dealer. I need a contact number. I can be reached at 250 245-1223 or by e-mail. Thank you for your assistance. Sandi
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    opwdecks · 05/19/2015
    Brian W:
    I have an 8 year old Trex composite deck in the Saddle color with a wood grain texture that has faded and developed the common black mildew spots. I noticed the Defy clear sealer for composites but would like to add a little color and wondered if the Defy Extreme product would work on my deck. Thanks.

    Defy Extreme is not made for composite wood.
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    Brian W · 05/19/2015
    I have an 8 year old Trex composite deck in the Saddle color with a wood grain texture that has faded and developed the common black mildew spots. I noticed the Defy clear sealer for composites but would like to add a little color and wondered if the Defy Extreme product would work on my deck. Thanks.