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BEHR Premium 1 gal. White Solid Weatherproofing All-In-One Wood Stain and Sealer
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BEHR Premium

1 gal. White Solid Weatherproofing All-In-One Wood Stain and Sealer

$36.98 /each

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The BEHR Premium 1-gal. Solid Color Weatherproofing Wood Stain resists the growth of mildew to maintain a pristine appearance. This stain protects your exterior wood surfaces from harsh weather conditions. It is great for use in large outdoor projects as the formula applies easily using a sprayer or roller.

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  • Designed for application on exterior wood surfaces including decks, siding and fences
  • Formulated for use with a brush, roller or sprayer for an easy application
  • Water-based formula cleans up with soap and water
  • Weatherproofing formula protects the wood surface while standing up to harsh weather conditions
  • 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 long does it need to dry before being rained on?

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September 6, 2016
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Hi Steve,
We recommend allowing the stain to dry for at least 24 hours before being exposed to rain or heavy moisture. Good luck with your project! - Sara
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September 3, 2016
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The dry time of this product is 2 hours.
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what temperature range can this be applied...........too cold ????

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Hi Tom,
Thanks for your question! Our Solid Color Weatherproofing All-In-One Wood Stain & Sealer should be applied between 40-90˚ F. Best wishes! - Sara
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Would this product work on treated lumber on a flatbed trailer?

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Hello Diy,
Thanks for your question. While this product can be used on treated lumber given the wood has the chance to air out per the manufacturer guidelines, we would recommend against using it or any Behr products on a flatbed trailer (or any kind of automobile). You might check with Home Depot for a suitable product of another brand. Best wishes!
-Joshua
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Green Mold Removal

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I am in a remote area, far from civilization and had a small amount of green mold growing on board and batten siding about two feet off the ground on the north side of the building. I have several gallons of the stain to apply on this building, but did not see the mold prior to purchasing the stain. We live an hour and a half, one way, from the nearest Home Depot. I did not have any of your #63 or #64 product, but did have some Clorox. Out of necessity, I diluted it with water and sprayed some on the mold and was pleasantly surprised the mold came off. I rinsed the area down with fresh water and am letting it dry. Can I now apply my Behr Premium Solid Color Weather Proofing Wood Stain and Sealer without further treatment once the wood is dry?
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Hi James!
Thanks for your question! Since the mold has been treated, it's okay to apply the Solid Color Wood Stain; just make sure the rest of the surface is clean and dry before recoating. Best wishes on your project! Best, Jeanette P.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 293 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible if going for white stain I originally gave this four stars (RVA81). After a few weeks the quality became apparent. Unless you're staining you wood a dark earth tone (brown, red, cedar, etc...) don't bother with this stain. I painted my deck frame white and tannin bleed occurred immediately. A second/third coat seemed to lock it in and i thought everything was fine, but after several rain storms bad things happened. I built this deck a year earlier, so the wood had plenty of time to dry out and season. Where the water pooled on the top deck railings, the tannins eventually soaked through. Even an old pen mark that i couldn't see when the wood was bare came through. Very disappointed. I will attempt to get my money back. Additionally, all the positive reviews seem to be right after application. Negative reviews seems to be one or two years down the road. Im so mad my neighbor talked me into staining, not painting. September 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Used on a chicken coop and it looks amazing! We built a custom chicken coop out of some old, used plywood and used this product in Barn Red and it looks amazing. The plywood had nail holes, spray paint and was just well used. This product covered everything and our coop looks wonderful. It's been a year and it hasn't chipped or peeled and the red still looks great! We are building a second coop 3x the size of our first one and plan to use this same stain. We are very happy with it and would recommend it. May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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 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 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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 5.0 out of 5.0 by 5 Star So Far - 1 Year and 1 Winter In... So my 25 year old deck has been a headache from day one when we moved in 5 years ago... It is a PT deck that was painted (why?) and peeling. So we scraped and repainted with the Behr deck paint, but after one Boston winter, it was peeling anew. And after two it was good to go. So we spent an ungodly amount of time stripping the deck of all the old paint and tried a deck stain from Sherwin Williams or whatever and that had the lasting strength of the paint we used the first time... Clearly failing after the first winter and looked crud after the second. Now the winter of 2014 in Boston was insane, but still, it was just two years on bare wood. So we went with the consumer reports best pick - or so we thought. Not until later did I find that DR loved the cheap Behr product. But what was done was done. And I was nervous about all the 1 and 2 star reviews of this product after the fact. But 1 solid (but mild Boston winter) in, the deck looks 100%. I am pleased as punch. I even had to do some rust reforming on some old nails and putty fills in other areas. No issues with the stain there either. To be honest, even if I had to restain those those every year, I would be OK, but given a 100% success rate after the first winter on such an old deck, I love it. Now I dont know why the other decks fail with this stain, but if I had to guess, a poor prep can explain a lot. Even with this one, I spend a good month prepping the 1,000 sq foot deck, In the end who knows... I doubt and dont count on a 10 year life. But even 5 would be amazing. I will update as needed... March 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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 5.0 out of 5.0 by Impressive Coverage I used this product on old posts of our deck to match the semi-transparent stain on our newly refinished portion. Easy application and the color was very uniform after the second coat (even on varied quality of previous color underneath). I'm hopefully it will last the advertised 10 years. April 25, 2016
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