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Model #
17437-07
Item #
149597
Cabot

Semi-Solid Deck & Siding Stain, Cordovan Brown, Gallon

Semi-Solid Deck & Siding Stain, Cordovan Brown, Gallon is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 40.
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Model #
17437-07
Item #
149597

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Description
Gallon, cordovan brown, voc, semi-solid deck & siding stain, lightly pigmented oil stain for increased uv protection & color, item may be voc restricted in certain areas, please refer to the restricted items report on mol for a list of items that are restricted in your area.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 149597
Weight 9.6400
UPC 00080351810343
Package Width 7.5
Package Length 7.5
Package Height 7.63
Model Number 17437-07
Brand Cabot
Manufacturer Name CABOT/VALSPAR CORP
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not hold up even one year on deck I have used Cabot 1406 twice to re-stain the deck that came with our house. The previous owner had used this originally to stain the deck. Therefore, I got the same product to re-finish. On both occasions, I sanded the entire deck down to bare wood, a tedious process. I rented floor/deck sander and bought sanding pads, etc, adding to the expense. I followed the application instructions, etc. The stain goes on just fine and looks great when complete. It just doesn't hold up. The first re-finish job lasted a little over a year before looking beat up. The second job lasted under a year. Maybe the ice and snow takes a toll, the deck is in Minnesota. Maybe despite my time, money and effort I'm not doing it right. I don't know. What I do know is that the work-reward payoff is not in balance. This next time I will strip all the Cabot stain off and try something else...because I doubt anything else can perform any worse. This product has taught me this lesson: If I ever build a deck, I will for sure use maintenance-free decking. The wood deck requires too much maintenance...all the sanding, washing, drying, wood conditioning, drying, staining, drying etc, not only take a lot of time (like taking time off work, burning up weekends), effort, money, and a certain amount of LUCK with the weather, but also takes your deck out of action throughout this process. It's Just not worth it. Even if you only have to re-stain every 3 years (instead of annually, with this product), its NOT worth it. Spend the money ONCE on maintenance-free, versus the frustratingly parasitic drain of time and resources recurring over many years. Thank you, Cabot, for teaching me this lesson.
Date published: 2018-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cabot semi solid deck stain I have been using this product for 26 years. It lasts for 6-7 years before I have to do it again. I haven’t had to do the pickets in at least 10 years. I am now 70+ years lady and am doing the deck again. I am brushing it on. I have been in my house for 29 1/2 years and had used Thompson’s water seal in the beginning which lasted 2 years.
Date published: 2018-07-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible product. Do not buy this product. It was as thin as water, coverage was terrible, appearance even worse. I had a beautiful custom made knotty cedar chicken coop that I wanted to stain in a light tone to show off the beautiful wood. Now I have no choice but to paint over this garbage and hope it will at least stay put as an undercoat.
Date published: 2018-06-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointing Stain didn’t even last a season. Stained it in early May 2017 and already coming off in areas where there is no foot traffic and light traffic.
Date published: 2018-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Semi-Solide Love this Stain The Key is to sand the wood before always!!
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Why change a good thing? We've used Cabot 1406 since 2000 on our deck and pergola without chips or flakes. When going to the same counter for stain yesterday, was told that 1407 is the new replacement - same material. Wrong! The formula no longer soaks into the wood but applies like a paint. Had only applied the new stuff to the pergola. Will not apply it to the deck and rails, but go to another manufacturer for true semi-transparent tintable stain
Date published: 2018-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Coverage I just re stained a 450 SF deck with about 30 steps and all the rails. I used almost 4 gallons. I used the oil based semi solid. I sanded all the top rails and scuffed the decking with green scotch brite pads to make sure it would adhere. Some of the old product of a different brand, was still a bit shiny in places. all the new boards took two coats but the rest covered with just one coat over the old coating. It looks great! If it fails I'll hear about it and will report back here. I made sure there was no foot traffic at all for 48 hours. Also no rain during the curing time. I applied the stain with square stain pads on the deck and furry 4" rollers on the spindles, rails and side boards. In some areas I had to wipe away some bubbles left by the roller before it dried. Myself and a helper completed the job in about 7 hours
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible reformulation of a once great stain! I have had similar horrible results from using Cabot semi-solid deck stain. Prior to having a new deck installed two years and a half years ago, I had used the "old" formula for my deck for 25 years and always had perfect results. When the new deck was done, the contractor used Cabot's new formula and I was told I had to wait a year before doing another coat. After that first year, the finish did not look good so I prepped the deck as I always do and applied a new coat of stain. It behaved very differently that the old formula, appearing to not penetrate the wood. Within months huge patches of bare wood appeared everywhere. It looks absolutely horrible. And now I don't know what to do. Certainly using the same stain does not seem to be a reasonable option!
Date published: 2017-04-08
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