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The Best Wood and Deck Stains | Cleaners and Sealers for Staining Exterior Wood, Decking, and Concrete Surfaces

decking_tipsWelcome to The Sealer Store where you will find the Best Products and Best Prices for Exterior Wood and Concrete Restoration Supplies. We are committed to bringing professional grade exterior wood staining, sealing and cleaning products at reasonable prices with quick shipping.

The Sealer Store is for consumers who are searching for the best exterior wood stains, deck sealers, deck cleaners, and brick paver/concrete sealers. High-end wood and concrete restoration supplies that far exceed what can be bought typically at your local store in terms of durability, quality, and ease of use.

Operating since 1993, The Sealer Store has become the largest single online retailer of exterior deck stain, wood stains, concrete sealer, and brick paver sealers. We have sold enough stains and concrete coatings to cover 60+ Million Square Feet!


Wood and Deck Restoration How To Tips

How To Deck TipsBest Stain for a Mahogany Deck

Mahogany is a popular choice for decking because of its tight grain pattern and knot free appearance. It also does not tend to splinter as easily as other wood types. Although mahogany is naturally resistant to decay, it must occasionally be refinished to help protect and maintain the deck’s beaut [ ... ]

How To Deck TipsBest KDAT Deck Stains

KDAT Deck Stains? Which are the Best? After a new wood deck has been installed, there is a waiting period to allow the wood to dry out prior to staining it. It is recommended to wait at least 3-6 months depending on the climate, sun exposure, and type of wood. A way around this is to install a new  [ ... ]

How To Deck TipsHow to Stain a Log Cabin

How to Stain a Log Cabin for Long Lasting Results To maintain the beauty and rustic look of a log cabin, cleaning and refinishing the logs on a regular basis is typical. Knowing how to stain a log cabin yourself can save you a few dollars. Before staining a log cabin the logs need to be washed. Th [ ... ]

How To Deck TipsHow to Maintain a Deck Stain

How to Maintain a Deck Stain by Applying Repeat Coatings Because decks are subjected to all types of weather, they require regular maintenance. Most decks should be cleaned and stained annually or bi-annually to protect the wood from becoming damaged. Once the initial work is done to stain a deck f [ ... ]

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Latest Deck Restoration Articles

Deck Restoration StepsBest Wood Stain for a Boat Dock

Keeping your wood boat dock in good structural condition means it must be maintained on a routine basis. Periodically cleaning the wood and coating it with new stain will preserve the wood’s integrity and appearance. The key to prolonged protection is to use the best wood stain for a boat dock. C [ ... ]

Deck Restoration StepsHow to Stain a Tree House

Staining a tree house is really no different than staining wood siding or a deck other than it is elevated. Care must be taken when dealing with heights. Use ladder stabilizers and a fall restraint system for protection. Always tether yourself to a safe point on the tree with the proper harness equi [ ... ]

Deck Restoration StepsHow to Stain a Cedar House

Adding a warm, rich stain to a cedar house increases its beauty and benefits its longevity. Staining a cedar house aids in preserving the natural oils in the wood that give cedar its distinctive scent and helps to deter insects and fungi. Knowing how to stain a cedar house is valuable in keeping th [ ... ]

Deck Restoration StepsWhy You Need to Remove a Deck Stain if Switching Brands

To slow the ageing process of a deck many deck-owners turn to a protective deck stain. Protecting the wood from many adverse weather conditions can prolong its life and also enhance the appearance and natural beauty of the wood. Most decks need regular maintenance every couple of years consisting o [ ... ]

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Pavers and Concrete Restoration How To Tips

Brick Paver Restoration StepsConcrete Sealing Steps

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Sealing Concrete and Bricks Sealing concrete and bricks are very easy. Just clean and apply a sealer. Water Repellent Sealers come in many various types and can be specific to the type of substrate that you will be sealing. The use of a pressure washer is suggested when cleaning exterior concret [ ... ]

Brick Paver Restoration StepsBrick Paver Restoration Steps

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Restoring Exterior Brick Pavers The steps needed to restore your Brick Pavers are relatively easy. All you need to do is clean, resand if needed, and apply a sealer. Paver Sealers can enhance the natural colors of your brick and come in Matte, Semi-Gloss, and Higher Gloss shine. If a "shi [ ... ]

Brick Paver Restoration Steps10 Easy Brick Paver Restoration Tips

Must Read! 10 Easy Tips to Help You Restore and Seal Your Brick Pavers

1. If need be it is best to level any pavers that may have settled unevenly. Lift the unlevel brick and level the base by adding slag or heavy sand base. Do this prior to any sealing.

2. It there is an excessive amount of weeds an [ ... ]

Brick Paver Restoration StepsHow To Strip a Failed Brick Paver Sealer That Has Turned White

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Note: These Steps will work on Failed Brick Paver, Stamped Concrete, and Decorative Concrete Sealers.

Brick Paver Sealers are different then regular concrete sealers in that they: Darken the appearance by giving a "wet" look. Can give a gloss appearance that ranges between satin to high gloss. H [ ... ]

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