Restore-A-Deck Wood and Deck Restoration Photos

Restore-A-Deck Photos

We would love for our customers to post some pictures that are finished with the Restore-A-Deck prepping products and any exterior wood stain. Please include a short description and the Restore-A-Deck product(s) used to prep the wood and to stain the wood using our comment feature at the bottom. There is a link to upload photos in the bottom right corner of the comment area.

We look forward to seeing your newly Restore-A-Deck project!

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Stain Brand Used:

Restore-A-Deck Prepping Method:

The color of Stain:

The number of Coats Applied:

Wood Type and Age:

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    Geoffrey Richards · 09/10/2019
    I just did restore a deck today and pictured are the results. In the place where any rug/furniture were the stain didn’t come up as well. Should I be worried about putting stain (dark oak 1500) down and having equally bad lines with the new stain?
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      RAD Products · 09/10/2019
      It would be best to strip and brighten at this point so the stain goes on evenly.
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        Geoffrey Richards · 09/10/2019
        Do I need to do the whole deck again or just the areas still heavy?

        Any particular reason why they cleaner/brightener didn’t take up more of the twp 1500 rustic stain?
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          RAD Products · 09/10/2019
          Natural weathering. If it was covered then it does not weather the same way making it harder to remove. Best to strip off all and then brighten all.
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    Kathe nagy · 08/28/2018
    Applied first coat of stain but ran out of time and could put second coat on. Can I put it on the next day?
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      RAD Products · 08/28/2018
      No, you cannot apply a second coat once the first coat has dried/cured. Best to leave as is. You can lightly clean and reapply another coat in the Spring.
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    Gary · 05/21/2018
    Photos
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    Gary · 05/21/2018
    Ontario Canada. RAD light walnut. Stripped and Brightened. PT wood Floor boards 15 years old. Rails 4 years old. AMAZING PRODUCT!
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    L · 04/12/2018
    is there a post staining pictures? the one below seems to show post prep, but not post staining.
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    Chuck · 03/22/2018
    Will this work well on composit decking?
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      RAD Products · 03/22/2018
      The RAD Wood Deck Stain is not for composite wood.
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    Chuck · 03/22/2018
    What colors are available? What is the coverage per gal.? And what is the cost?
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    RAD Products · 11/14/2017
    Location of Project (City/State): Georgia

    Stain Brand Used: AC Mtn Cedar

    Restore-A-Deck Prepping Method: RAD Stripper and Brightener

    The color of Stain: Mountain Cedar

    The number of Coats Applied: 2

    Wood Type and Age: Pine