Resurface properly prepared weathered wood and concrete with BEHR PREMIUM ADVANCED DECKOVER.
For Best Results:
Best results start with proper prep. Remove peeling stains and wood finishes with BEHR PREMIUM® Wood Stain & Finish Stripper. For mold and mildew stains, and to restore the wood's natural color, use BEHR PREMIUM® All-In-One Wood Cleaner.
Use a 1/2" roller cover to apply stain and start with vertical areas first.
Apply even coats and allow ample dry time before exposing the surface to foot traffic and re-arranging plants and furniture.
Replace any rotting or unstable boards. You may use a wood filler to fill cracks and holes larger than 1/4".
Fill nail holes and cracks up to 1/4", completely fill in with Advanced DeckOver® coating using nylon/polyester brush prior to coating. Deep holes and cracks may require additional filling.
Apply painters’ tape to any deck surface you do not want coated in the DeckOver product. Then, using a 2”-2 ½” wide brush cut in a 2”-3”wide area around the deck floor where the roller cannot reach. Start at a corner and follow the grain of the wood.
Coat all accessible board ends.
Pour Advanced DeckOver coating into a paint tray and work a roller into the tray until it is fully loaded with coating. For best results, use a ½” roller cover.
Apply a generous, even coat in the same section as the cut in and roll the coating approximately 4’ down the boards.
Reload the roller with coating and continue to the next 4’ section. As you go, roll back into the section immediately after the coat is applied. Continue rolling until the first coat is finished. Once the first coat has dried, continue with the second coat per label instructions.
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