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0801-08
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712562

Siding Stain, White Base, Latex, 5-Gal.

Siding Stain, White Base, Latex, 5-Gal. is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 14.
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Model #
0801-08
Item #
712562

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Description
PRO.V.T., 5 Gallon, White Base, Solid Color Latex Siding Stain, Less Than 100 VOC.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 712562
Color No
Weight 48.0000
UPC 00080351508011
Country of Origin US
Package Width 12.0
Package Length 12.0
Package Height 15.0
Model Number 0801-08
Manufacturer Name CABOT/VALSPAR CORP
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks great. I bought this product first for my deck and it was so exceptional that I purchased it for my cedar fence. The beauty of it is just like a dream, I have never seen anything like it, no brush marks and such a beautiful color.
Date published: 2019-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Acrylic siding stain may require a primer In general I have had good luck with the solid color acrylic stain. However in some situations the surface requires a primer. I've used it for years on a 40 year old barnboard sided house. In places where there was bare wood I always use a bonding primer first.(when the house was constructed the siding was not painted on the back side) Plastic wood absolutely requires a bonding primer. New pressure treated wood should be allowed to "cure" for one year. I verified that you may have an adhesion problem with pressure treated wood if it is painted too soon. The back of new wood for siding should always be painted (or primed) to improve long term adhesion on the exposed side.
Date published: 2019-06-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Product does not last.... I would absolutely agree with other comments regarding the longevity of this product. Bought this product in July 2017 when doing maintenance on existing deck. Replaced a few boards, sanded all wood, and used deck cleaner to prepare surface. This product went on great and looked good. Fast forward to May 2019 and the wood has peeled off all over the place on the flat surfaces of old and new boards alike. The vertical faces of railings still looks good, but most of deck looks terrible and people get peeled off latex on their feet if they walk on it. Unfortunately I have recommended Cabot to a couple others prior to Spring 2019; not anymore...
Date published: 2019-06-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well with caveats We've been siding our house with clapboards which I've been staining before we put them up. The color is great, the stain goes on well, except for the rough side (inside) of the siding. If the clapboard isn't clear, the knots will bleed through, and unless you're staining under cover, be sure it's not going to rain until it dries.
Date published: 2019-04-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from New deck and rails look awful! The white solid acrylic stain started getting BAD mildew stains on the horizontal cap rail within a couple weeks after a two coat application. The driftwood color semi-transparent oil deck stain started peeling within days and tree leaves stained it overnight. We switched to dark gray because of yellow leaf stains and then areas of pitch starting coming thru the stain, some immediately, most within weeks, making white stains all over. We let all of the wood sit for a year, cleaned it, and pressure washed it prior to staining. Prior to staining there were no areas of pitch, it's like the stain drew it out, I've never seen anything like it. We stained our primary residence with Cabot about 6 years ago, using three types of stain and had excellent results. Very discouraging!
Date published: 2018-07-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Maybe my expectations are too high??? We used this product to stain a three board, pine fence for a 4 acre horse pasture late summer 2016. Given the size of the project, we (me and my wife) did the staining over several weeks depending of the weather, using a roller and brush. We prepped the boards with a deck cleaner, allowed to dry and applied as instructed on the 5 gallon bucket. The applications went good and the stain did cover well. The next summer the peeling began. I would say it was "micro peeling", really fine splitting of the layers of stain & starting to come off the fence boards. This became progressively worse throughout the summer and was occurring over the ENTIRE fence, both sides of the boards. This spring it is peeling off in large chunks. It is terrible and unacceptable. It took so much work to do this project the first time and now we are facing the prospect of having to sand or pressure wash the entire fence to get all of the loose garbage off and literally start the whole project over - in less than 2 years of applying Cabot stain. The odd thing is that the green treat 4x4's are holding the stain just fine??? I am not a professional painter, but I am a bit more than an average handyman. We own many rentals & have done most of our own painting and staining at them over the last 20 years. We have never had a product simply fail so bad. I don't think it would have mattered if we put 10 layers on (the bucket called for 2), this stuff was not going to stick to our pine boards. The end result for us = significantly more work.
Date published: 2018-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 20 years experience with this product Located: New England. Overall Recommendation: highly recommend Detail: Built house in 1987. It has red cedar siding. Original paint used lasted approx. 5 years. Then used different product via professional painter which lasted approx 6 years. Since then I have spray painted my home three times using cabot solid. (Approx. Every 8-10 year!) It weather's very well. Especially north side. North-west and east Gable sides not as well and south facing front well. I wash the house and did the little spot scraping needed before painting. Comparing the Cabot to the previous two major brands used, I highly recommend Cabot and would use nothing else. Also, this last time made decision to change color and was able to have Cabot tinted using the color formular of another brand.
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needed to replace the deck... Our paint store recommended that we use Cabot solid stain on our pressure treated deck. We used Bluestone and had good results for the first 8-10 years with semi-annual re coat needed. After that, the stain bubbled up and peeled off in strips in many places within weeks. We tried stripping, priced out sanding and decided to replace the entire 500 square foot deck surface this year. The railing need to be redone, but it's been about 7-8 years. All horizontal surfaces are a mess. Where it stuck, it really stuck. Baffled with regards for how to proceed. We are considering staining the rails white this time, but what stain to use? Cabot doesn't get much love from me or the internet these days. Which is really a shame - it is a venerable brand.
Date published: 2017-08-02
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