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Model #
25200-07
Item #
180313
Deck Correct

Deck Stain, 1-Gal.

Deck Stain, 1-Gal. is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 67.
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$39.99
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Model #
25200-07
Item #
180313

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Description
Covers and corrects better with polucarbonate everbeads. Rolls out 50% further, covers up to 75 SQ FT in two coats. Use any standard 3/8" roller cover. Fills cracks to 1/4", locks down splinters. Strong and skid resistant, but easier on feet. Harder finish resists dirt and hoses off easily
  • Covers and corrects
  • Covers up to 75 Sq feet in two coats
  • Use any standard 3/8" Roller Cover
  • Fills Cracks to 1/4", locks down splinters
  • Strong and skid-resistant, but easy on feet
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 180313
Weight 11.7500
UPC 00080351812019
Country of Origin US
Package Width 7.5
Package Length 7.5
Package Height 7.8
Model Number 25200-07
Brand Deck Correct
Manufacturer Name CABOT/VALSPAR CORP
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product!!! But PREP PREP PREP After much research, I chose to use Cabot Deck Correct on my deck in 2018. The key to a lasting finish is prep work... probably the most important step of any paint job. I spent a good 6 weeks prepping it... from power washing, using a deck cleaner, sanding, power washing again, filling in larger cracks, etc. All while working around Mother Nature's plans! Then I used this product. Very easy to use. Stir the paint often as the beads do settle. After 3 coats, my deck looked fantastic. I live near Chicago and we experienced a very harsh winter. I worried about how the finish would survive. Pleased to say, my deck looks as good in Spring 2019 as it did when I first completed the project. All it needed was a good sweeping, and I hosed it off. I highly recommend this product... again PREP, PREP, PREP. Feels great on bare feet. My Deck looks and feels fantastic.
Date published: 2019-04-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from HORRIBLE After careful and correct surface preparation on a COVERED porch, I applied two coats per directions. The porch looked STUNNING......BUT after a very short period of time, my old porch stain began to show through in spots, now more and more spots are showing. Not sure if it a chip or what has happened but the porch will need to be redone, re sanded, etc and I will use a porch paint as I have used on previous porches. VERY UNHAPPY with wasted time, energy and money. Don't do it.
Date published: 2019-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An old deck looks great! Great product. Looks fantastic. Fills in cracks of old deck. Looks like it will hold up well. Just be careful on the vertical because can drip. But with care, it is a good product. Only downsize is you can't customize the color. Color is nice but I would have liked the exact color that I wanted.
Date published: 2018-10-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible product I followed the instructions to a T. It peeled, looks horrible, now I have to figure out how to strip this off and redo with any other product but Cabot. Too many friends, family, strangers ( while shopping for product and even professional painter suggest we didn't use it. Before and after the fact. I would love to send you the bill to have this resolved. I don't trust your warranty because you will come up with something I did wrong.
Date published: 2018-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its durable! Last summer we took off our 35 year old pressure treated deck boards, turned them over since they looked better on the underside, and screwed them back down. Then I applied Deck Correct. It survived the Wisconsin winter without damage. This summer the deck was the staging area for our do it yourself roofing project. When we were finished the deck surface had a lot of tar marks from shingles being dragged around. Even worse were some oil stains from the air compressor. I crossed my fingers, used a nylon scrubbing pad, and washed every mark off! I was amazed and so pleased I had to write a very rare review.
Date published: 2018-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Buyer Beware I followed the instruction to a "T". Applied late summer 2017. Color was horrible once applied. But, that was my choice. Did not weather well. Also, if I move something it peels off. Looks dirty all the time. I have a huge deck took 6 gallons. Mistake
Date published: 2018-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to apply. I bought this product a few weeks ago to refinish my 400 Sq.ft. patio deck in northern Michigan. It applies easily and really does a fine job on filling minor cracks and crevices in 25 year old treated pine boards. We found it easiest to use a roller about 2 inches less in width than the deck boards. Wider rollers have too much surface contact with adjacent warped and wavy boards and it takes multiple passes and a lot of product to cover them properly. We simply took a knife and cut a 9" wide roller down to about 5". It works with a standard 9" holder. I didn't think it would, but it does. Simple, low cost and effective. The reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is that I don't know how well it will withstand the brutal Michigan winters over the next few years. But, it sure looks good now and really changed the appearance of a pretty ugly deck.
Date published: 2018-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use but keep some things in mind. This has been my experience and are recommendations. I am not affiliated with Cabot and bought this product for my deck/porch. I saw frustrations from some people so wanted to offer some advise and my experience. While prepping the deck is important the age and condition of the wood plays a major role. If it is being applied to a deck that has been treated in the past with a sealant this may affect the long term bonding of the product. Any algae, mold, or moisture in the wood will affect the application. Aged untreated wood is also affected by conditions, if a deck is very old, has not been sanded, and is composed of non-pressure treated wood this again will affect the application and bonding. The product does say corrector, however it does not say substitution for repairing a severely weathered and aged deck that has exceeded its life expectancy. As for peeling, I anticipate some peeling in some areas due to moisture. The problem is when moisture gets under any barrier paint/coating over time it separates the product, this is very true if moisture gets between the coating and the wood, freezes, then thaws in association with expansion and contraction. As for what I saw on color change issues, of you take one drop of the corrector and add one drop of water to the wet corrector, the color changes dramatically. I happen to do this by accident with some on the lid and that made me aware that moisture for some reason makes the color change wildly. All in all so far, my test areas bonded well, color has remained consistent, and it is looking good. I wanted to make sure it would bond well so I applied to several test areas, let it dry for 24 hours and took a scraper to it. It did not peel or come up. Mind you the prior owner of my house painted the porch/deck area with exterior latex paint, so prepping has been a lot of work but the wood in general is in good shape. I am pleased with my results so far.
Date published: 2018-06-28
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