Defy Extreme Clear 5 Gallon
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We will reply to your comment shortly· 06/30/2014Use the Armstrong Clark for this.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 06/30/2014I have a a 500 square foot cedar deck that was initially stained using sikkens cetol srd. After 2 yrs the stain was fading a gone from heavy wear areas, so as per product recommendations we cleaned the deck and recoated, but it became evident that this was no going to look good as the heavy wear areas were significantly lighter in color and the stain was very dark where in areas with less wear. We ended up stripping the newly applied stain and sanding the whole top surface of the deck to re-apply the sikkens stain. We are another another 2 years down the road and I would like to sand the whole deck and start with a new system. I am in Canada and looking at either Defy Extreme or Armstrong Clark as options but I want a system that I can maintain to look good without sanding the deck down. Which of these 2 systems would you recommend, and I should mention that this deck is south facing so it gets significant sun exposure. Also, can you seal an oil stain like Armstrong Clark with a product like Defy Extreme Clear after the oil stain has cured?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/25/2011Defy Extreme is better then Flood but the best would be one the Defy Extreme in one of the three tints: Defy Extreme Stain ([url]http://www.opwdecks.com/defy-extreme.htm[/url])
Make sure to remove the Flood first.
"Wet on Wet", means apply your first coat then apply your second coat within 20-120 minutes after.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/25/2011I am interested in the Defy Extreme Clear. I applied flood CWF-uv5 last year and very dissapointed with the results. How does Defy compare to Flood and what is Wet on Wet?
Parameters of Product: Deck/Wood Stains
2 Coats Wet on Wet
Oil or Water Based
Your Wood Type
All Wood Types Cedar/Redwood/PTP/Etc
Horizontal or Vertical Surfaces
Low VOC State