Wood Tux Professional Deck Stain Lasts 2-4 years on Horizontal surfaces and 3-6 on Vertical surfaces
Take back control of your schedule with this unique product. Wood Tux is an oil based stain that can be applied to wet or dry wood. Extremely high in pigment and resin solids (78%), Wood Tux boasts an impressive spread rate. Wood Tux Wood Stain will not color shift or "fade out" like other products. With twice the amount of solids as other brands, you will get twice the UV protection.
Wood Tux Wood Stain is also loaded down with enough antifungal agents to knock out any existing mold and mildew spores and help prevent new growth for several years even in the most challenging environments. Naturally low in VOCs, Wood Tux is available to in all 50 states!
Take back control of your schedule!
Contractors, you've been there, the phone rings and its another customer asking when you'll be able to return to finish their deck. You're schedule may as well be written in chalk because each time it rains all of your careful planning is washed away. Now you've got nothing but clean decks, with the oldest vulnerable to new mold and mildew growth and your friend the weatherman is mumbling about unusual weather patterns.
Homeowners, you only have 2 days to finish your deck on the weekends. Wood Tux will help you get the job done if the weather doesn't cooperate fully. The advanced technology behind the Wood-Tux Stain formulation makes it one of the most flexible, friendly finishes you can choose.
THIS FORMULA CAN BE APPLIED DIRECTLY TO A WET SURFACE, AND YES THIS IS AN OIL-BASED PRODUCT!
Wood Tux can be applied to wood even at very high moisture levels. This means you can stain even if there is rain in the forecast for that day. As long as there is no standing water on the deck, Wood Tux will deliver a beautiful, rich high quality finish. Once applied it will take a light to moderate rain in as little as 15 minutes. You can apply to a visibly damp deck! See the difference for yourself Place a board in a 5-gallon pail of water. Allow it to soak for a minute or two, remove it and shake off the excess water. Allow it to dry only until you cannot shake a drip of water off of the board. Stain the board by applying a generous coat of Wood Tux Stain, allow it to dwell a moment on the surface (perhaps a bit longer than you would if it were completely dry) then back brush to remove the excess.