Restore A Deck Wood Staining Brush

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$19.99
Stain your exterior wood and deck faster and with better results!

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This item will ship free if any stain or prep product is in the same cart!

Restore A Deck Staining Push Brush will help you get your project done quickly. It does a great job of breaking the surface tension and forcing the stain into the wood. That means that your staining job will look good, and last longer. This brush is ideal for staining decks, fences, and wood siding. The 2 3/4″ soft fibers are set in a 10″ x 2.5″ molded plastic block. The block accepts standard threaded handles (as well as flow-thru handles). A handle is not included and must be purchased separately.

Note: This brush works with Transparent, Semi-Transparent Wood Stains, and most Semi-Solid Wood Stains.

*It will not work with a Solid Color Stain.

Advantages

  • 11″ Width Allows You to Stain More Boards At Once
  • Cuts Your Staining Time in Half
  • Breaks Surface Tension and Forces Stain Into Wood Pores
  • Saves Your Back and Knees
  • Accepts Standard Threaded Handles/Extension Poles

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    JB · 09/29/2019
    How do you clean the brush after applying stain?
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    Tim · 09/08/2019
    *It will not work with a Solid Color Stain. What type brush would work for your solid stains.
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    Phil · 08/20/2019
    Sorry typo, SICO semi-transparent stain
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    Phil · 08/20/2019
    Will this brush work with semi-transparent sick stain?
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    Jimb · 06/23/2019
    Is it faster to use a sprayer and back brush?
    or Is it better to just use the brush?
    I want it to last...
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    Jan King · 05/08/2019
    Exactly how to you use this brush to apply the stain? Does one pour the stain into something like a paint roller pan, dip the brush into the pan and then apply? Or do you spray on the stain and then use the brush to push it into the wood?
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    Diane · 07/16/2018
    do you need to double the amount of stain for two coats or just had half more, or one third more?
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      RAD Products · 07/16/2018
      The second coat will go about twice as far as the first coat.
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    fred · 06/22/2018
    Does the coverage of 100-200 sq. ft. mean one coat? if need to cover 400 sq.ft. do I need one or two gallons? (sorry for dumb question) Fred
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      RAD Products · 06/23/2018
      That is for one coat. If doing the two coats, you will need about 4 gallons.