BEHR Premium DeckOver 1-gal. #SC-104 Cordovan Brown Wood and Concrete Paint-500001 - The Home Depot
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BEHR Premium DeckOver

Model # 500001

Internet # 204226877

1-gal. #SC-104 Cordovan Brown Wood and Concrete Paint


BEHR Premium DeckOver 1-gal. #SC-104 Cordovan Brown Wood and Concrete Paint
 

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$34.98 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 500001

Internet # 204226877

BEHR Premium DeckOver is an innovative new solid color coating that will bring your old, weathered wood or concrete back to life. The advanced 100% acrylic resin, fused with ceramic microspheres, creates a durable coating on your tired deck, rejuvenating its look. Spatter resistant formula makes application quick and easy.

California residents: seeProposition 65 information

  • Revives wood and composite decks, railings, porches and boat docks, also great for concrete pool decks, patios and sidewalks
  • 100% acrylic solid color coating
  • Resists cracking & peeling and conceals splinters & cracks up to 1/4 in.
  • Provides a durable, mildew resistant finish
  • Covers up to 75 sq. ft. in 2 coats per gallon
  • Creates a smooth, slip-resistant finish
  • For best results, prepare with the appropriate Behr product for your wood or concrete surface
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Subject to or will include a PaintCare recycling fee in the following states: CA, CT, OR, RI, VT
  • Subject to or will include a PaintCare recycling fee in the following states: CA, CT, OR, RI, VT, MN
  • Colors available to be tinted in most stores

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.)  6.63 in  Assembled Height (in.)  7.76 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  6.63 in  Coverage Area (sq. ft.)  75 
Product Size (oz.)  116 
Details
Dries clear  No  Dry to the touch (hours) 
Hazardous Code  No Air  Interior/Exterior  Exterior 
Number of coats recommended  Product Style  Cottage 
Returnable  Non-Returnable  Time before recoating (hours) 
UV Protection  Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  Limited Warranty 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 288 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by thick this is thick put two coats own and it is chipping off already did not fill cracks June 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome, awesome paint Used this paint on steps to our house. They have never been painted. We moved here 10 years ago and they were here then. One coat covered and supplied a non-slip surface. The paint has a pudding consistancy and takes some getting used to applying. It dries quickly, with a bit of a gritty finish. It has a potent ammonia smell, especially when first opened--BUT--the results are worth it. January 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very Durable Exterior Paint This paint covers everything in one coat even though it says to use two coats. I picked this color because my house is the exact same color but was put on in a stain. I used this paint for touch ups on my house and blended right in with the stain and you can't tell the difference between the stain and paint, The only con I didn't like of this paint is that its a little too thick. You probably can add a little water to the paint but I did not, otherwise this paint is a very good product. October 2, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by mixed review I write this after waiting to see results over time. Last year I wanted to fix up my ugly old deck and I researched the different products that claim to renew your deck - Restore, DeckOver were the top ones I picked. I went with the DeckOver because I didn't really like the gritty reviews for the Restore. I wanted to redo my deck, but did not want to spend for over 5 gallons of the stuff if it wouldn't work; you just can't undo this stuff. So, I decided to do my own test. I bought a gallon and picked several items to use it on and watch to see how it worked. I picked a picnic bench, and the handrail on my deck to test. That was last summer, everything was prepped as well as I understood, and dry conditions. After painting (which isn't the easiest because it is VERY thick, I don't even know how you could pour the stuff out into a pan to roll it on), and it all looked good after a thick first coat filling cracks, and a second coat. Now it is spring time and I am reviewing the results. The picnic bench has some flaking (it is outside year round), some spots I will touch up. The deck handrail is another story... wow, I am soooo glad I did not waste the time and money to do my entire deck! I thought I saw a wrinkle or something, and when I looked closer, saw that the paint was peeling. I pulled up SHEETS of this stuff, it just pulled right up off that handrail in 4' long strips!! I mean, NO adhesion! Now this handrail is old, dry wood, like 1 x 6; not thick like decking that might have held moisture longer than I knew. There are only small spots that the stuff has adhered to the wood. I do not waste my time painting without good prep work; I don't enjoy painting the same thing repeatedly, so I don't know what happened here, but I will not spend money on this stuff for the entire deck. I would be livid if I had spent all that time and money on doing the deck floor to have it peel off like the handrail paint did. My best advice to you is to do a test like I did. Pick a small project and test it using a gallon of this stuff before spending big bucks on 5-gallon plus for your whole deck. See how that works for you over time, then decide. My deck is on the west side of the house, and gets the afternoon full sun. I would have put the paint on in the afternoon, because of not wanted morning moisture to ruin the adhesion. I am puzzled, and dismayed, had hopes for a nice deck. Don't mind putting the time and money into it once, but I do not want to end up with my deck looking like the handrail does. It almost seems like it needs a primer coat first because neither of my test objects had the best adhesion, I don't think, from looking at it. May 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Worth the extra work Bought this because I did not like the gritty "other" deck restorer. Selected a color that was close to the trim on the house, and it looks very good. Applied this in the SUMMER in KANSAS and it worked out just fine. I should mention that the deck is in the shade after about 11 am. The deck had not been maintained at all by previous owner, who applied latex house paint to the deck. The worst part of this job was removing the peeling, blistering paint! Washed deck with power washer and let it dry a few days. There were some really large cracks, so I filled them with exterior wood filler first. Then I brushed deck over into the small and medium cracks and let it dry for a day. Used a small brush on spindles, which took a lot of time. Rolled flat parts with a 5/8 inch roller. Even in very hot weather, it dried fine with no discoloring. Because of the heat, I only worked on the deck in the mornings. This allowed almost 24 hours between two coats. The difference is amazing. I thought I might have to replace all of the deck boards, it looked so awful. Has survived winter looking as good as it did in June. February 20, 2014
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