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    Stephen · 10/19/2021
    Your phone number does not work on my phone is there another phone number I can call thanks Steve 
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      The Sealer Store · 10/19/2021
      Hello,
      Our 866-856-3325 phone number is working correctly. Local # is 248-858-8900
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    mike · 10/14/2021
    What product is best for the part of wood fence posts in the ground to prevent rot?
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      The Sealer Store · 10/14/2021
      No deck stain or surface coating will protect wood that is in the ground from rot. That is why you need a pressure-treated post as they are internally treated from rot and decay.
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    Thomas Jackson · 10/03/2021
    Need to place an order why can't I add an item to my cart?
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    Debbie Sisk · 09/27/2021
    I had my 2 tier deck stained sunday, however I did not have enough for 2 coats of stain on the top deck.Can I order more stain and stain it now or do I have to wait until its time to redo the whole deck again.   I  ordered 10 gallos of driftwood gray semi transparent.  Thanks for your help.
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      The Sealer Store · 09/27/2021
      You cannot do a second coat of Defy after the first coat has dried. You can clean and recoat in 6-9 months or as needed.
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    Ed Morey · 09/26/2021
    Where can I buy super sealer M
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    Syed · 09/20/2021
    this sealer was used; might used too much and created thick layers. please advise the cleaner can remove the white thick layers of the sealer
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    syed · 09/20/2021
    how to remove water based sealer and concrete
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    thager0 · 09/17/2021
    Hello,
    I'm looking to stain and seal my deck that is currently peeling.  Valspar Water Based Stain is currently on it, but started peeling after a year.

    What would you recommend to prep for new stain, as well as a quality stain brand that will last more than a year?  Photos as follows:
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      The Sealer Store · 09/17/2021
      Prep with Restore A Deck Stripper and both additives. Brightener after. Stain with TWP Stains. 
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    John Kirschner · 09/16/2021
    Is there any way to darken the stain on IPE...I have put one coat of the black walnut on the perimeter boards and the contrast is not enough with the field...john
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    Lisa · 09/14/2021
    I am in Canada, do any retailers here carry your product?
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    Bill · 09/03/2021
    I have concrete pavers and live in southern California. What is your best glossy sealer for pavers that meet Calif. laws that does not turn milky when wet.
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    John Bodimer · 08/31/2021
    I've used Super25 for several years.  It is a great sealer, but like seemingly everything in FL, it just doesn't last long.  The need to reseal, from an aesthetic perspective, is every year.  Areas which are shaded can last several years!  Would the SB600 last any longer in the blazing FL sun in terms of the enhanced look?  If so, can I just apply over the Super25 - if it turns out not to last any longer, can I then go back and just start using Super25 again?
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    Jeff · 08/27/2021
    I applied DEFY Extreme clear this spring (2nd. coat on a 3 year old deck).  A few weeks ago I had accidently knocked over about a quart of oil based walnut stain.  Carelessness on my part and about 5 boards were affected.  I had to sand this area down (using 80 grit) to clear wood.  There's a mismatch in color, but it's in an area of the deck that's off to the side and I prefer not sanding the whole deck and starting over.  Can I leave the sanded deck alone for some time so that it ages and gets closer to color to the clear stained part?
    Thanks,
    Jeff
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      The Sealer Store · 08/27/2021
      It will most likely never match unless you remove all and start over.
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    Linda K · 08/25/2021
    We built an Ipe wood deck about 10 years ago and stained it with Penofin oil which has always turned out nicely.  A home construction project delayed us cleaning and re-staining the deck for the last 2 years. Applied DeckClean and then power washed deck.  Applying Penofin today (we live in the NW) and noticed the stain is not adhering well to some of the boards. Perhaps this is build up from past years and power washing did not clean it enough? 
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    Lynette · 08/22/2021
    I’ve got a 2 year old mahogany deck that I’ve Penofined a number of times. It’s really fading and coming off now and looks like crap. Do I need to sand where it’s peeling? I found that Penofin only really sits on the surface which is a shame because it’s so expensive. I’d love to get back to the dark mahogany color. Please help with step by step. Thanks in advance! 
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    craig tiegen · 08/07/2021
    I'm trying to decide what TWP stain to use on my lake dock. i have used TWP previously. . I can't remember  if it was 100 or 200. I'm curious if i should use twp-1500. i use all safety precautions to prevent product from entering the water.
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    John · 08/07/2021
    Have 10+ year old Brazilian hardwood deck (iron wood). Stained twice over the years but now want to change to gray. Have pressure washed but not perfect equal color. What product do you recommend to change the color as well as protect?Thank you. 
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    mary wallace · 08/02/2021
    we put a 2nd coat of stain after the first coat dried. now it is very sticky and about to rain before it has dried. what should we do?
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    Samantha OSullivan · 08/01/2021
    Would you be able to give me a promo discount code? Thank you