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Store SKU # 266491

1-gal. Redwood Oil-Latex Stain

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 00901

Internet # 100184240

Store SKU # 266491

The BEHR 1-gal. Flat Oil-Latex Redwood No. 9 Stain protects all types of properly prepared, exterior wood surfaces. It is perfect for railings, shakes, shingles, siding, fences, furniture and planters. It resists scuffing, cracking, peeling and blistering.

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  • Ideal for protecting properly prepared exterior wood surfaces such as railings, shakes, shingles, siding, fences, furniture and planters
  • Formulated for an easy application with a brush, roller or sprayer
  • Oil-latex formula provides excellent adhesion and durability
  • Resists scuffing, cracking, peeling and blistering
  • 200 sq. ft. of coverage
  • Not intended for horizontal surfaces subject to foot traffic
  • Click here to learn more about exterior stain products
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Container Size 
1 GA-Gallon 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
400 
Details
Application Method 
Roller,Brush,Spray 
Cleanup 
Soap and Water 
Coating Product Category 
Stain 
Color 
Redwood 
Color Family 
Reds / Pinks 
Color/Finish 
Redwood 
Concrete Use 
No 
Deck Use 
Yes 
Dry to touch (min.) 
60 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior 
Mildew Resistant 
Yes 
Opacity 
Solid 
Paint Product Type 
Solid Stain 
Paint/Stain Base Material 
Water 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Soap & Water 
Paint/Stain Key Features 
UV/Fade Resistant,Mildew Resistant 
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type 
Deck, House & Concrete 
Returnable 
Non-Returnable 
Sealer 
No 
Substrate/Surface Use Type 
Wood 
Time before recoating (hours) 
4.0 
Tintable 
No 
Transparency 
Solid 
UV Resistant 
Yes 
Waterproof 
No 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Warranty 

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Color Family: Reds / Pinks
Concrete Use: No
Container Size: 1 GA-Gallon
Coverage Area (sq. ft.): 400
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Is it sticky when it dries? I am going to stain redwood deck furniture.

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Texas
June 17, 2013
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June 4, 2016
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No not at all. And I found it dries really fast at least here in the desert
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No. It dries dry-to-the-touch in a few minutes and cures overnight.
It is NOT sticky.
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No it dries to a hard finish.
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Casa Grande, AZ
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June 26, 2013
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When dry, it feels very similar to the natural wood texture, perhaps even a bit on the "chalky" side. Not sticky at all after drying in the Arizona heat.
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June 25, 2013
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No, not sticky. Dries evenly, flat and dry.
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June 19, 2013
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No it is not sticky, it also has a nice color.
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June 19, 2013
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No, it is not sticky I just recomend to mix it well so you get an even tone. I loved it the color is beautiful! have fun with your project...
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June 18, 2013
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ear Frankie,
BEHR Oil-Latex Redwood Stain will not dry sticky as long as you don't over apply the stain. Two coats may be applied (covers 200-400 sq. ft. per gallon), however a more solid color appearance will result. Over application of stain will lead to surface failure including peeling and cracking. Avoid applying stain too heavily. Please follow all label instructions.
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The Behr Team
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Baltimore, MD, USA
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June 17, 2013
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No, but I would wait 24hrs before you use the furniture, I did my picnic table and its not sticky at all
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How many 8 foot sections can you do with a gallon?

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Amarillo
April 2, 2013
need to get a estimate on how much it will cost.
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WASHINGTON STATE
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May 1, 2015
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Well now it depends on how you put it down.
If you spray it about 4 If you brush it on about 3.
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June 15, 2014
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8 foot sections of what? Deck boards? Fencing? Wall?
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Tampa FL
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April 15, 2014
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I stained a hot tub. 4 sides, 8 feet wide, 3.5 feet tall.
I barely used 1/8th of a gallon
This was raw wood
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Dundalk, MD, USA
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June 25, 2013
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It is supposed to cover 200 square feet, but it takes me 3 gallons to completely cover my 10 ft x 12 ft deck. Of course that is including the rails and steps.
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June 19, 2013
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about 3
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April 3, 2013
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Dear Amarillo,
Our Oil-Latex Redwood Stain has a spread rate of between 200 - 400 sq. ft per gallon. This will depend upon the wood type and how porous it is which will affect how much stain you will need. Please multiply your total length times width of your project to determine the amount of product needed, 20' x 10' = 200 sq. ft. as an example which would equal one gallon of product.
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Dear Amarillo,
Our Oil-Latex Redwood Stain has a spread rate of between 200 - 400 sq. ft per gallon. This will depend upon the wood type and how porous it is which will affect how much stain you will need. Please multiply your total length times width of your project to determine the amount of product needed, 20' x 10' = 200 sq. ft. as an example which would equal one gallon of product.
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April 2, 2013
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Hello tx25jay!
Wood stains typically are applied at a rate of 250-300 square feet per gallon.
Calculate square feet by multiplying the length times the width (with both converted to feet).
As an example, if your eight-foot section were also eight-feet wide, that section would contain 64 square feet.
In this example, you would be able to stain approximately four-64 square foot sections per gallon of Read More
Hello tx25jay!
Wood stains typically are applied at a rate of 250-300 square feet per gallon.
Calculate square feet by multiplying the length times the width (with both converted to feet).
As an example, if your eight-foot section were also eight-feet wide, that section would contain 64 square feet.
In this example, you would be able to stain approximately four-64 square foot sections per gallon of stain. Read Less
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Is this thick like a paint stain or runny?

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I used this product on my wood fence and it's really thin. I applied with a sprayer and it covers like a paint.
The wood fence was stained/painted over 5 years ago and it's held up pretty well and it's does not show much wear and tear from brutal Texas summers and wet harsh winters.
NOTE: I would test an area to make sure that it's a color you can live with because I can't/couldn't. My husband Read More
I used this product on my wood fence and it's really thin. I applied with a sprayer and it covers like a paint.
The wood fence was stained/painted over 5 years ago and it's held up pretty well and it's does not show much wear and tear from brutal Texas summers and wet harsh winters.
NOTE: I would test an area to make sure that it's a color you can live with because I can't/couldn't. My husband thought it would compliment the red in the brick on our house.......it didn't.
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It is more runny then paint.
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It is similar to paint, in my opinion you actualy need less product than regular paint. One coat and it looks so nice!
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It is more like paint than runny stain, but really in between. Not a thick latex if that is what you are asking. Meant as a solid stain, not translucent. I think it would work in a spayer but may need some thinning if that is your question. My use was on weathered wood and it needed a couple coats for full coverage in some areas but it covered well.
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Mariposa, CA
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March 7, 2012
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It is in between. It is not like a solvent-based wood stain, but rather like thin paint. It has red pigment (probably iron oxide) suspended in semi-transparent colorless latex. It has to be thoroughly stirred before use.
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Dear Ginny,
Thanks for your inquiry on our BEHR Oil-Latex Redwood Stain. This product has a spread rate of 200 to 400 Sq. ft. per gallon depending upon the porosity of the wood. This product applies similar to an oil based stain that is of a thinner viscosity compared to a water based solid color stain which would look in appearance and viscosity closer to paint.
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I would recommend waiting at least 30 days so the chemicals in the PT wood will dry up before covering them and trapping any moisture inside.
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I say give it 30 days before you stain or paint.
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Wait at least 60 days before staining. If weathering begins, lightly pressure wash to remove the greying before staining.
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Hi GatorG,
BEHR Oil-Latex Redwood Stain is formulated for exterior new or properly prepared wood surfaces such as wood patio furniture. On new wood, we recommend using a product such as BEHR Premium All-In-One Wood Cleaner to remove mill glaze and open the pores of the wood. Lightly sand any remaining wood fibers/fuzz. Please follow all label instructions.
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Typically allowing the wood to dry and take on a more natural color helps the stain take on a deeper color. Pressure treated wood will take on almost a blacked color so applying the stain right away gives the best desired look.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 88 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good stain Good coverage over T111 that has never been stained in the 5 years it's been up.Just finished project so can't attest to durability but sure looks good and color consistent over 5 gallon cans. June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Expecting quality as usual Haven't used it yet but used the same about 3 years ago. June 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product I really liked this product. It went on easy and dried quickly. June 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by redwood stain purchased this for a bench i made for the deck was very easy to work with and coverd very good wont know how it holds up to the weather for a while yet May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Still looks awesome after 15 years! I built my barn and a 60' fence using t111 siding, I painted the fence with this oil-latex redwood stain #9 and I painted the barn with Premium Behr latex paint in a barn red color... after 5 years my barn with barn red premium latex paint turned purple! This oil-latex redwood stain #9 on the fence still looked awesome... So somewhat discouraged I repainted my barn using Lowes Valspar premium latex paint in barn red... 6 or so years later it turned purple too!!! The fence is now about 15 years old and still has the original oil-latex redwood stain #9 and has not been repainted. The color is still perfect and overall still looks like it will last another 15 years. This is great stuff and an excellent product. I will be buying a whole lot more to cover my now "purple" barn for the final time. I decided to write this review because I couldn't remember what paint I had used on the fence... I was cleaning my loft out today and found 1-1/2 gallons of left over oil-latex redwood stain #9 from the fence project 15 years ago. Admittedly I am a pack-rat! April 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use with great results I needed to stain a patio set that had seen better days. The Behr Redwood Stain matched the original color so reviving my set was easy. It looks great & has withstood the hot sun that normally fades most stains. February 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I bought two gallons of Redwood BEHR and a gallon of red stain in Walmart. This product is a little more pricey, but the quality is better. This stain is fast dry and easy to clean. I like it. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fence stain and paint We've preserved our whole property wood fence with redwood oil-latex stain paint and are satisfied with the long lasting rich color that will withstand the elements for many years. March 30, 2016
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