Model # 507701

Internet #203939533

BEHR Premium 1-gal. #ST-114 Mountain Spruce Semi-Transparent Weatherproofing Wood Stain

BEHR Premium

1-gal. #ST-114 Mountain Spruce Semi-Transparent Weatherproofing Wood Stain

$36.98 /each

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Protect an outdoor wood surface from UV damage and mildew growth by using the 1-gal. BEHR Premium Semi-Transparent Weatherproofing All-In-One Wood Stain and Sealer. This exterior wood stain, ideal for use on decking, fencing and siding, offers a durable, advanced 100% acrylic formula that cleans easily with soap and water. This superior wood stain offers complete protection from the elements.

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  • Suitable for application on properly prepared new to moderately weathered, unsealed wood surfaces such as decks, fences, siding, shutters, doors, furniture, windows and trim
  • Penetrating Advanced 100% acrylic latex formula
  • Resists UV damage for a long-lasting, freshly painted look
  • Mildew resistant finish
  • 1-gal. container covers up to 300 sq. ft.
  • Improved hiding capability allows for greater coverage with less paint
  • Waterproof formula provides protection in a wide range of climatic conditions
  • Tintable base
  • Cleans with soap and water for easy stain removal
  • Semi-transparent, glass-like sheen
  • 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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How is this different from the non-premium stain?

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September 25, 2015
I don't see anything that explains how this premium stain (Model # 507701, for example) is better than the considerably less expensive non-premium version (Model # 307701, for example). Please explain the difference--besides the longer warranty, which is meaningless because most warranties (for all kind of products) are marketing tools that are usually difficult or impossible for the customer to actually use. That's especially true for paints and stains, which have so many loopholes for the manufacturer to crawl out through that it's insulting to call them warranties. So, besides the useless warranty, how are these Behr premium and non-premium stains actually different?
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Hi JM14, thank you for your question. One main difference between the premium and non-premium is the premium gives you protection against all the elements. Another difference is the premium stain is an all-in-one stain and sealer. Be sure to follow all back label instructions and best of luck on your project.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 409 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Terrific product The stain worked exactly as advertised and after the second coat provided a rich color and good coverage of the furniture being stained. The color was attractive and as advertised. November 1, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Used a lot of stain I realized after I purchased that this is semi-transparent stain which I think is where I went wrong. I bought this for a pallet project, and it used a ton of the stain. In the end I ended up "painting" it on and leaving it, which got me the color I wanted. It took about 9 coats before I "painted" it. I think with a few more coats I would have been happy with the color, but was worried with the sample size I wouldn't have enough. Still, the sample size is a great value for the price! September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice color This was the exact shade I was looking for! The only problem I ran into is that pallet boards soak up a lot of stain. I ended up "painting" it on and leaving it that way which got the exact color I wanted. I realize now writing this review this is "semi-transparent" stain which is probably where I went wrong. Still got it to work for what I needed. (I used this color for the top of my project) September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Shade I ended up using two coats for my pallet project. One coat worked well, you could still see the grain of the wood, but I wanted my project brighter so did two coats. Got the sample size and still have some left over. Its a great deal! September 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by garbage product. buying this will cost you 3 times as much in a year or two just to get it off I listened to the sales rep, then followed all of the instructions and had my deck completely prepped and ready to coat with what i thought was a premium product. What a waste of money and time. It is supposed to have a six year guarantee, it didn't even last a year before it started peeling. It seriously peels like 30 year old paint. Now i have to spend more money and time just to get it off. And the guarantee is worthless without original receipt. Who keeps a receipt for 2 years for a $40 can of deck stain? Either stand behind your product or don't. August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Great product. Used this semi transparent stain on our deck railing. It last about 2-3 years in our North Idaho climate. Good coverage and stain stays suspended in carrier if you stir every 30-45 minutes. Stain in early morning or cool weather as stain dries quickly and results are more even when stain is allowed to dry slowly. Price seemed higher than I remembered from 3 years ago ($33/gal) but still a good value. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Deck looks great Applied Behr Semi-Transparent stain to my deck in Sept 2015. I had cleaned the deck thoroughly with Behr No. 63 All-in-One Wood Cleaner over the prior two weekends. The stain was easy to apply. We used a pad applicator and then back brushed with a paint brush. The first coat dried enough to walk across after a couple of hours, and then we applied a second coat to the horizontal surfaces. The new stain caused the deck to feel tacky or sticky after it had dried, but it was not a significant issue and was less each day until it went away after a good rain. The color closely matched my expectations and looked very uniform. Before and after pictures attached. May 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great UV performance I have used this product several times now. Enclosed is a picture from my own cca 20 years old red wood deck. I applied one layer of a forest green semitransparent color. I had read negative reviews regarding this product but I do believe that peeling only happens when the surface is not prepared right or when the product is not applied correctly. This is a water based stain with a waterproofing agent in it. It must be applied like stain - I use much more rubbing/brushing than with paints.The surface must be very clean and ideally sanded in order to allow for the wood to suck up the stain. Water based products dry very fast and rubbing/brushing is important to encourage absorption into the wood rather than letting it dry on the surface like paint. I do have a negative experience with two coats with this product compare to one. The problem is that the first coat, because it has waterproofing, does not allow the second coat to soak in. It only thickness the top layer and tends to peel. The product, compare to oil products, is very color stable and does not fade with UV light. The color adjusted (faded) cca 15% after 4 years on my previous application, which is very impressive. Oil products usually fade almost completely after two years on decking in California. The deck in the picture was pressure washed then sanded down. three rotten board were replaced completely. No cleaning product was used in order to preserve the dark color of the sanded red wood (the washing products tend to lighten the wood) for the semi transparent effect. Although the green is an unusual color (very different from the wood shade), the deck has a very uniformed look even with the new boards (hard to tell which once are new). I would recommend this product. July 16, 2016
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