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BEHR Premium DeckOver 5-gal. #SC-102 Slate Wood and Concrete Coating

BEHR Premium DeckOver

5-gal. #SC-102 Slate Wood and Concrete Coating

  • Rejuvenates the look of your deck
  • Natural, smooth, slip-resistant finish
  • Recommended for properly prepared wood or concrete surfaces
$158.00 /each

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Product Overview

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. For the best results, be sure to properly prepare the surface using other applicable BEHR products displayed above.

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  • 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
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Colors available to be tinted in most stores

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Is this product for use on new plywood?

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Can this deck restore product be used as waterproofing on new, pressure treated plywood? The building is in southern Texas. I'm concerned that the product may peel in the heat.
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Hello and thanks for your question. No, BEHR Premium DeckOver is not recommended for plywood surfaces.
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Rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Experience i ever had with any paint It was the worst stuff I ever used in regard to getting the deck ready, cleaned, power washed & etc. The product did not fill the cracks, some of the paint/stain peeled. There customer service told me to completely start over by stripping it to the bare wood. They would pay for all the products to do this, but I had already put in too much time. They need to either train the sales people better. Next when you look at the display in the store, the boards they covered where not weathered deck boards, but new wood. Also the cermanic or what ever bleed thru after it dried. Please see attached pic. October 6, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Expensive, lots of prep, does not last even a year, leaves your deck worse than when you started My experience mirrors many others. The deck was about 6 or 7 years old. It had been previously painted and most of the paint had come off, See we decided to deckover it. Cleaned, sanded, let dry, etc etc etc. Applied in three coats, Took our time, did a great job. It looked FANTASTIC when were done. But the joy did not last. Within two months certain parts started to peel. We thought it was our fault and since it was getting to be fall, we decided to just let it go till spring and put another coat on the whole deck. Well by spring over 50% of the deck had peeled up. It looks horrible and now I will have to strip the whole thing and redo it. What the problem appears to be is that this stuff does not really adhere like paint, it more forms a plastic shell around the wood. So if you are in the north east like I am it won't make it through the winter. Any water that gets under it anywhere, will start the peeling process and then it just snow balls from there. So I guess it would work down south. Either way, its a waste of time and money March 5, 2016
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