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    Samantha OSullivan · 08/01/2021
    Would you be able to give me a promo discount code? Thank you
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    Richard Burriesci · 07/27/2021
    We have a refurbished Ipe brazillian hard wood deck. We are have trouble finding the right type of sealant to prevent water damage. We have tried a few sealants and stains and when we pour water on the surface we have visible water marks. I need someone who knows what to do. Thank you Richard
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    K. Kohler · 07/23/2021
    I just applied the first thin coat of supreme shield 600 SB.  How many hours must I wait before applying the second coat?
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    Jamie · 07/12/2021
    I usually clean and brighten yearly. Last year was the first year that I c/b and used Messemers Red M on my IPE deck tiles. I believe the color should have been different. I just purchased the Stripper and Brightener. Is that the correct way to go?
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    Chris · 07/10/2021
    I have a 12 year old Timber Tech composite deck. Main body is Teak and trim pieces are Black Walnut. The deck has faded pretty badly. Still looks like new when it gets wet but dry...uh uh. What can you recommend I use to refinish it? I heard that Messmer's UV Plus was what to use on composites but which colors to use to match up well(great to see you have 8!). Is there a neutral tone that would still bring out the colors? Or, another product?
    Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks
    Chris
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    Craig · 07/07/2021
    I have a pressure treated deck for my pool installed last December. It is in Northwest Central Ohio and is in direct sunlight, no shade all day. My wife wants white railing then the deck gray. Also we have treated lumber underneath the deck as skirting, as we use it as storage for pool toys. Probably will be gray. What is suggested? I am torn between restore-a-deck and Defy. Should I use solid stain for both verticals and horizontal surfaces? Or what is your suggestion?
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      The Sealer Store · 07/07/2021
      Use the Restore A Deck Solid stain in the white for the verticals and the Restore A Deck in either the Solid stain gray or the Semi-transparent gray for the floors. Make sure to prep first. Clean and brighten the wood.
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        Craig · 07/07/2021
        is there cons to the solid on floors versus the semi-transparent?
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    Pat Coons · 07/02/2021
    I purchased 15 gallons of SB-600 and will apply on 5 month old pavers. Do I need to do anything special to deal with some effloesence?
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    Gean · 06/29/2021
    I'm from Ontario, Canada. Stripped all the previous stain from our 33 year old solid but weathered deck with lots of cracks and knots in wood. Thinking the TWP semi solid stain for the deck? Any suggestions on the best product to use?  
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    Paul Manhart · 06/25/2021
    Hi guys. I really like your website. Everything needed to refinish my deck is clearly stated. However…I am confused about the finish. I want to use Defy Extreme, semi-solid cedar for the deck and maybe the redwood for the railing. But what is this separate category of Defy Extreme stain, or whatever it’s called. How does this differ from the nano particle product? Seems like there are too many options and not enough information to make a sound decision. I suppose I want you guys to tell me what to use. Thanks,Paul
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      The Sealer Store · 06/26/2021
      There is only one Defy Extreme Stain that has nano particles in it. It is semi-transparent, not semi-solid. There is a Defy Extreme Stains for Hardwoods such as IPE and Mahogany that is different and does not have the nano.
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    Shirley Parris · 06/24/2021
    How much does a gallon cover?
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    Truly Hammock · 06/23/2021
    Just received my 2nd 5 gal brown stain sealer. On tine BUT HOW DO YOU GET InTO CAN? No access spout on top!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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      The Sealer Store · 06/23/2021
      You fully take off the top of the can by prying up the tabs.
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        Truly · 06/25/2021
        ThaNks for excellent advise. I was questioning since I have ordered 6 of the 5 gal cans in the past and ALL came with pouring spout should I request this on my next order as being retired and 67 years old it was VERY HELPFUL to pour into tray to apply Versus prying open and DIPPING but thanks. 
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          The Sealer Store · 06/25/2021
          Hello,
          This product has never come with a pour spout in the lid and it is not an option to add it.
          Thanks
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    Hammock TG · 06/23/2021
    Why does my super seal 30 concrete sealer go on fine BUT after an hour or so begins to bubble ? 
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    Clarence · 06/23/2021
    I purchased 7 gallons of Defy Extreme Wood Stain (Driftwood Gray) in June of 2018. I used the 5 gallon pail and have two 1 gallon pails left over – they have never been opened. I want to protect the deck again this year. Can I use the left over stain & purchase three more 1 gallon pails? Would I need to treat the left over stain differently than the new ones?
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      The Sealer Store · 06/23/2021
      The shelf life is about 3 years so there is no guarantee that the older cans from 2018 are still good. Probably best to get all new cans this year.
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        Clarence · 06/23/2021
        OK - thanks.  One more question.... do I need both cleaner and brightener? I l plan to use the same product and the same color as last time.
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    Robert Carpenter · 06/18/2021
    Did my order go through? 
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      The Sealer Store · 06/19/2021
      We are not seeing any orders in your name. Once an order is confirmed, an email confirmation is sent.
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    jim mccormack · 06/13/2021
    I ordered a black walnut Armstrong -Clark sample and it sent me a receipt for tpw can you change that before it ships.  314-603-9663 
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    Sean Hayes · 06/11/2021
    Hello. We applied our TWP150 stain last fall (so it has been about 8 months now) and it seems the stain is fading away, almost like it needs to be restained? We have a portion of our deck that is covered and it looks great there. But, the portion hit by the sun seems to be fading a lot. I followed the install instructions to a T, clean, dry, etc. I will say there were a number of "fuzzies" on the wood before we stained it, so if I were to stain again, I would likely sand the part of the deck that is exposed to the sun. Any suggestions? Thank you!
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      The Sealer Store · 06/11/2021
      Just clean and brighten and then apply a maintenance coat. No need to sand.
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        Sean Hayes · 06/11/2021
        Will I need to do that annually? Or is this just because it was the first time I stained it?
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    Dmood · 06/06/2021
    The deck wood is Ipe installed in 2008. 
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    Dmood · 06/06/2021
    How best can I blend this red section with the grayed deck. It came from a minwax mahogany stain drip. I applied goof-off and light sanding. 
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    Christina · 06/03/2021
    Do you still carry Bio-Wash Stripex Wood Stain Remover or know where I can find it?