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Restore-A-Deck Stain Semi-Transparent Wood Stain Review

by RAD Products

Restore A Deck Stain ReviewWe are honored to review Restore-A-Deck Professional Grade Semi-Transparent Wood Stain, the first and only deck stain of it’s kind. For the first time, a deck stain can be applied to damp wood, allowing your entire wood restoration project to be completed in just one day.

Everyone is busy. Dedicating more than one day to restoring your wood deck may simply be out of the question. No longer do you have to apply over the course of two days. This way, there is less of a chance for external elements to take a toll on the finished product.

Can be used for all your exterior wood surface projects, anywhere that could benefit from staining. Includes but is not limited to: decks, fences, siding, patio furniture, gazebos, and playground equipment. Not only can the stain be applied the same day after wood brightener, but the formula penetrates deep into the wood grain for beautiful long-lasting results. The product dries true to it’s color to a flat, natural-looking finish, available in 4 semi-transparent colors: Natural, Cedar, Light Walnut, and Dark Walnut.

Additional advantages include:

  • Eco-Safe formula
  • Water-based formula allows for easy cleanup
  • Easily reapplied as needed
  • Easily removed if needed
  • Discourages growth of mold/mildew
  • Low VOC content, compliant with standards in all 50 US states and Canada

After reading other deck stain reviews about your own projects, we are looking forward to hearing what you have to say about Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain. After you apply it, write us a Restore A Deck Stain Review that includes:

  • Ease of application for Restore-A-Deck Semi-Transparent Wood Stain
  • The durability of Restore-A-Deck Semi-Transparent Wood Stain
  • The overall appearance of Restore-A-Deck Semi-Transparent Wood Stain after the job is completed

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Linda w.
Linda w.
1 year ago

How much stain will I need to do a deck that is 854 square feet?

3 years ago

I am staining a pressure-treated pine screened porch, that has been weathering for 6 months, with semi-transparent. Cleaner and brightener will be applied with pump sprayer and pressure-washer to rinse. Can I also apply the stain with pump sprayer? Seems like this would be easiest way to get the vertical posts/railings done, maybe floorboards, too? Then use a brush to apply it near the edges where it will be taped off to protect adjacent vinyl siding and painted wood ceiling?

3 years ago

I just stained my deck why is water beading on my deck now

4 years ago

Hi, I just installed 450 Sq.F brand new cedar deck. Will a 2.5 G container be sufficient for the initial coverage ? If I buy more stain, will the left-over stain dry up in 12-18 months before the next maintenance coat ? Do I need to stir the stain when I use it after that 12-28 months ?

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5 years ago

Hi, I had “help” with staining and have noticed that some areas were covered more thinly than others. Do I just have to wait until I do the deck again, or is there something I can do now to spot coat more evenly?

5 years ago
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Thanks! When I do the recoat, do I clean and brighten again or just clean? Everything or just the areas that were not coated as heavily?

5 years ago

Would the natural stain be a good choice for Sustain Preserved Wood product’s pressure treated boards with micronized copper azole compounds? The boards have a cedar colored coating.

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