Defy Extreme Stain Tech Info

Gallon Sizes: Temperature: Cleanup:
1's and 5's
45-95 F Water
Coats  Required: Application Tools: VOC Compliant: 250
2 Coats. "Wet on Wet" Sprayer, Pad, Brush, Roller Compliant in all States
Coverage Per Gallon: Dry Time: More Info:
100-150 sq. ft 2-4 Hours Product Data

Defy Extreme Clear 1 Gallon

Defy Extreme Clear 1 Gallon


Defy Extreme Clear Stain is Now in Stock!

Free shipping on all 5 Gallon Pails!

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!

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.

Product Data Sheet

Parameters of Product: Deck/Wood Stains
Brands Defy
Available Sizes 1 Gallon
Your Wood Type All Wood Types Cedar/Redwood/PTP/Etc
Stain Transparency Clears
Oil or Water Based Water Based
Horizontal or Vertical Surfaces Both
Low VOC State Yes
Coats Needed 2 Coats Wet on Wet
Free Shipping No

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re: Pressure treated wood stairs
As long as you clean and brighten the wood then you can stain now.
TheSealerStore , October 17, 2011
Pressure treated wood stairs
Do I need to let the stairs season before staining? It has been about 2 months. I live in Montreal, Canada. Should I, can I stain before the temperature drops and the snow flies or do I wait until Spring?
Bill Chan , October 16, 2011
composite deck stain
Trex decking is now clean of mold, moss etc., but cleaner did contain bleach...looking to add a bit of stain along with UV protectant.
Pat , June 28, 2011
re: pressure treated wood
The Defy Extreme is a great product and works well on pressure treated pine. You might also want to consider the Defy Extreme Stain in one of the three tints.
TheSealerStore , April 28, 2011
pressure treated wood
I'm looking to seal my pressure treated wood. I built the deck eight months ago and I'm ready for the next step. my fear (after al this work)is purchasing the right product! I'm not going to be frugal at this point, rather protect my investment. I want to clear coat the deck to keep its current hue. Defy extreme clear seems to be the best fit, but it makes no mention of pressure treated lumber (micronized copper azole)
just the exotics any help?
daninNJ , April 28, 2011
re: best finish for outdoor CYPRUS wood table
You must have a tint in the stain if you want it to last 2-3 years. I would suggest the Defy Extreme in Natural Pine. It will hold color longer then the others and is easily re coatable in the future.

Since it is new wood it is important to remove the mill glaze with a wood cleaner and a wood brightener. This will all the finish to properly penetrate into the wood.
TheSealerStore , April 17, 2011
best finish for outdoor CYPRUS wood table
I live in Toronto,Canada.We have 4 seasons very cold,to very hot. I want to finnish a table,made of Cyprus wood.I want it to look as natural as possible,for as LONG as possible,with least matainace possible.I have not put the table together yet,I want to coat it before assembly.DEFY sound's good,never heard of it before.Penofin,Cabot Australian Timber Oil,are some of the big names here.How is Defy/and which would you suggest? I will take the time,to do it right,for the right result.Has this product been around a long time,what is maintanance,every 1,2,3 years for recoat? I want the BEST product out there,input please
alex , April 17, 2011



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