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Old 04-09-2010, 04:52 PM   #1
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Hi there everyone its nice to be here, i am hoping someone could give me the name of a good decking paint. Thank you BJ

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Old 04-09-2010, 05:01 PM   #2
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Don't use paint, use a "solid stain" for decks
I've been using Ben Moore, Sikkens, and Sherwin Williams for years with success

I've also run across enough failed Behr coated decks to say stay away from that
-It's also a real "bear" to remove the remains (to re-coat with something good)

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Hi there Slickshift thanks very much for the help i will try and find the item you recommended.
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Cabot's products are also good if you can get them in your area.
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I used a cabot water based stain on my hot tub surround. It turned out great except it started to peel off. I only used water based stain so I could have a nice light blue color. I am guessing that I didn't have the surface prepped correctly. The wood was redwood. So make sure you get all the info before attempting a big project.
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