Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 288
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shamrock It's So Easy!
I needed ten cans of Behr Exterior Stain for my garage. I will only use Behr paints, but the nearest Home Depot is four hours round trip. I received an email for their online purchases, but didn't expect paint to be included since it is so heavy. As a delightful bonus, they were offering a $10 rebate per can! I ordered the paint and was surprised when it was delivered two days later. Icing on the cake was the FREE SHIPPING!!!
September 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by KEUKA433 Good product so far
Solid color covers very good, no bleed through. Needed 2 coats to cover the really weathered wood on my project. I liked that I can purchase this on-line and have it shipped to my home.
September 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ScottE Really adheres to the wood!
I love this stain. It goes on somewhat thick to give great protection, and I can almost feel it seeping into my old wood. I did the balusters a couple of years ago, and they still look freshly painted. This year I did the floor, and given the age of the wood, it really made such a huge difference.
July 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by zman Best i have ever used
If you follow the directions on the can you will be impressed. Excellent coverage very forgiving not watery like regular stains this acts more like paint than stain
July 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Heather Not the right color?
I just was wondering if anyone else had this happen with the Atlantic or if they mixed it wrong? I am posting the picture of the sample compared to what came out when I painted my siding.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rpredoli Great for cedar fences!
We chose the terra cotta color for this paint and I used an airless paint sprayer to do my entire backyard wood fence. One coat coverage and the look is fantastic! Just like I have a new fence. The paint penetrated the wood quickly, dried quickly, and still let the wood grain come through.
July 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Andre This 10 year paint lasts 1 year maybe 2 before it needs to be redone on deck floor.
This 10 year paint lasts 1 year maybe 2 before it needs to be redone on deck floor. I had this paint professionally applied on a deck that gets average use in the summertime. 4 parties a year.. Memorial day, Labor day and 2 or so cocktail parties a summer. The deck looked good the first year summer (the paint was applied that spring). Over that winter the deck floor paint started chipping and pealing.
By the time the second summer started the deck needed to be redone. However I put off redoing the deck that year. Now its the spring of 3rd year and the deck is missing at lease 20% of the over 625sq feet of floor and horizontal railing coverage due to chipping and pealing. Just know if you use this paint you will have to redo your deck every other year. If you want the deck to look good every year you will have to redo the deck every year.
May 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by derputz Color is not true
No complaints on the quality of the product. Goes on smooth and covers very well. Maybe a little too well for some. This IS their “solid color” version. It looks a bit more like paint than stain. We live in Georgia and it was HOT this weekend. The can says use only up to 90 degrees. Believe them. This is a fast drying product (advantage), but when the temp goes over 90 your brushes, pads, paint trays, etc. will start to dry up. Plan your day accordingly. My only complaint is the color. Not true to any of their illustrations. Not as shown on the web page and not as shown on the sales brochure I picked up. Attached is a picture of our completed railing around the lower patio. Lucky me I started here instead of on our large, elevated deck. Finished a quarter of it and wife said, “It’s ORANGE”. Next quarter, she said “It’s OK, I guess”. Third quarter, “It’s OK, I guess”. Finished it and she said, “No, I hate it. It’s ORANGE!”. The picture is taken at noon, camera in the shade, shooting into the sunny railing. The picture is true to color. This color is NOT as Behr shows it.
May 31, 2016