Defy Extreme Clear 1 Gallon

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Defy Extreme Wood Stain has been formulated using state of the art Nano-Technology to create a level of durability that has not been available in a clear wood stain in the past.

The Nano Particles are similar to Sunscreen. When the Particles are distributed at a rate of over 30 trillion per square inch, they will reflect the sun and provide UV protection that has never been seen in a "Crystal" Clear Wood Finish. A clear finish that protects wood from graying.

This is a First in the Industry!

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Defy Extreme Wood Stain:

  • Crystal Clear finish without any tint
  • Water-Based with easy soap and water cleanup
  • VOC Compliant
  • Leading protection that will outperform all clear wood stains

Defy Extreme goes on milky white and dries to a clear, flat finish with little to no change to the natural look of your wood. It is sold in 1 and 5 gallon containers and covers 100-150 square feet per gallon depending on wood texture and porosity.

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

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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
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    opwdecks · 11/08/2016
    Shannon:
    I am hoping to preserve the natural look of our new cedar fence, so I would prefer a "clear" product. The fence gets partial sun depending on the season (maybe 2-3 hours/day). How long could I expect Defy Extreme Clear to last between applications? And if I chose to go with a semi-transparent for the easier maintenance, can you recommend a color that would be a bit lighter but not "orange" like most cedar-tone stains?

    On a fence with limited UV, you should get about 18-24 months with the Clear. Tinted colors will last 2-3 times longer on a fence. Natural Pine is the lightest.
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    Shannon · 11/08/2016
    I am hoping to preserve the natural look of our new cedar fence, so I would prefer a "clear" product. The fence gets partial sun depending on the season (maybe 2-3 hours/day). How long could I expect Defy Extreme Clear to last between applications? And if I chose to go with a semi-transparent for the easier maintenance, can you recommend a color that would be a bit lighter but not "orange" like most cedar-tone stains?
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    opwdecks · 09/04/2016
    ss:
    I am bidding a deck job and the customer wants a clear coat only on the deck. The deck was built 13 months ago and no stain or finish has been applied to it. I'm planning to use your cleaner and brightener but didn't know if I should apply 1 or 2 coats of your extreme clear. Thanks

    Two coats applied wet on wet.
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    ss · 09/03/2016
    I am bidding a deck job and the customer wants a clear coat only on the deck. The deck was built 13 months ago and no stain or finish has been applied to it. I'm planning to use your cleaner and brightener but didn't know if I should apply 1 or 2 coats of your extreme clear. Thanks
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    opwdecks · 05/26/2015
    Jeff:
    I have put TWP oil base semi transparent stain on my deck a few years ago.

    Would like to put a clear coat over it.

    What can i use.

    thanks

    You cannot apply Defy on top of the TWP.
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    Jeff · 05/26/2015
    I have put TWP oil base semi transparent stain on my deck a few years ago.

    Would like to put a clear coat over it.

    What can i use.

    thanks
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    opwdecks · 05/31/2013
    You can use a sprayer. Not familiar with their tips. Wider is usually better.
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    George · 05/31/2013
    Can Extreme Clear be sprayed on with an HVLP Gravity Feed Automotive Type Air Spray Gun? If so, which tip size works best?

    Thanks.
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    opwdecks · 02/01/2012
    You cannot put this or other clear sealers on top of deck stain. It will not penetrate into the wood properly.
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    LM · 02/01/2012
    Before finding your product I stained most of my wood deck. I would like to add a good sealer over this stain. Do you have a product for this? Thanks.
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    opwdecks · 08/29/2011
    Wood should dry for at least a month. Then you should apply a wood cleaner and a wood brightener to prep for the stain.

    Defy Extreme is not a film former as long as you prep properly and do not over apply. The Extreme Clear will last about a season. The Extreme in one of the three tints will last 2-3 times longer.

    You can clean an re coat as needed in the future.
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    Mike · 08/29/2011
    I have a brand new deck made of pressure treated YellaWood. My professional deck builder of 20+ years says that we can seal the wood now and don't have to wait 60-90 days for the wood to cure as some sites say. What are you telling your customers.

    Secondly, is Defy Extreme Clear a film forming sealant or does it penetrate into the wood pores? How long does it typically last before resealing is needed? Will it peel off as many other supposed sealants do that I have read about on other sites? When resealing do I need to strip off the old or just powerwash? Thanks.
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    opwdecks · 04/29/2011
    The Defy Extreme contains additional nano sized particles of zinc oxide. This gives better uv protection.
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    tory Stempf · 04/29/2011
    What is the difference between Extreme Clear and the UV Clear?? I've got a new deck, cedar, and want the best sealant for it