BEHR Premium DeckOver

Model 500005

Internet #204356535

5-gal. #SC-117 Russet Wood and Concrete Coating

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

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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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cover painted concrete garage

This question is from 5-gal. #SC-135 Sable Wood and Concrete Coating
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August 17, 2016
garage floor has high gloss grey finish. can I just aply product over it or do I need some sort of prep ?
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Hello John,
Thanks for your question. Our DeckOver stain is not designed to stand up to the wear expected on garage floors, so we'd recommend against applying it there. You might instead consider our 1-Part Epoxy Floor Paint: http://www.homedepot.com/p/BEHR-Premium-1-Gal-PFC-20-Coronado-1-Part-Epoxy-Concrete-and-Garage-Floor-Paint-93001/203936906?keyword=behr+1-part+epoxy+coronado (notice: I gave a link Read More
Hello John,
Thanks for your question. Our DeckOver stain is not designed to stand up to the wear expected on garage floors, so we'd recommend against applying it there. You might instead consider our 1-Part Epoxy Floor Paint: http://www.homedepot.com/p/BEHR-Premium-1-Gal-PFC-20-Coronado-1-Part-Epoxy-Concrete-and-Garage-Floor-Paint-93001/203936906?keyword=behr+1-part+epoxy+coronado (notice: I gave a link with a color that is very close to the Sable SC-135 hue).
For prep, we recommend removing any loose or peeled old paint, sanding the frayed edges of that coating smooth, lightly sanding any areas of the coating that are glossy, spot etching any bare concrete, cleaning the whole surface, spot priming any bare concrete with a product like our No. 880 Bonding Primer, and then applying the paint. Please follow all label instructions for best results, and well wishes!
-Joshua Read Less
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Can I apply Deckover on a recently power-washed wood deck? Do I use the cleaning procedure specified on the label?

This question is from 5-gal. #SC-145 Desert Sand Wood and Concrete Coating
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August 17, 2016
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Yes, you can apply deckover on a recently power-washed wood deck.
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Hello Chip,
Thanks for your question. Yes, it's okay that the deck was recently power washed, and yes, we would recommend prepping the surface with a product like our No. 63 Wood Cleaner which will open up the pores of the wood to promote adhesion. Please be sure to follow all label instructions, and best wishes.
-Joshua
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The 5 gallon bucket says it will cover 375 sq. ft. Is that only one coat or is that two coats?

This question is from 5-gal. #SC-533 Cedar Naturaltone Wood and Concrete Coating
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Hi KB,
A 5 gallon bucket will cover 375 sq. ft. for 2 coats. Happy Painting! - Sara
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August 15, 2016
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This item covers up to 75 sq. ft. in 2 coats per gallon.
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I put this on our deck 2 years ago & need to retreat some worn areas. What do I need to do to prepare the surface?

This question is from 5-gal. #SC-110 Chestnut Wood and Concrete Coating
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Bridgeville, PA, USA
July 23, 2016
I'm hoping its just soap & water cleanup and I don't have to remove all of the old stuff and then reseal.
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Hi there,
Thanks for writing in, and sorry to hear Deckover has began to wear off. If the coating is worn in more than just one area, it's best to remove as much of the loose coating is necessary. Any bare concrete should be etched before recoating, and wood should be cleaned with the No. 63 Cleaner and Conditioner. For more information on how to get your project back on track, please feel free to Read More
Hi there,
Thanks for writing in, and sorry to hear Deckover has began to wear off. If the coating is worn in more than just one area, it's best to remove as much of the loose coating is necessary. Any bare concrete should be etched before recoating, and wood should be cleaned with the No. 63 Cleaner and Conditioner. For more information on how to get your project back on track, please feel free to email our Customer Care team at webtechserve@behr.com for technical assistance. Best, Jeanette P. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Deckover on a neglected (10 years) deck Application in September was not difficult, the worst part was washing the deck before painting. So far, we are very impressed with the results. Deckover filled cracks and improved the appearance of the 30+ year old deck on the back of the house. It did take a few days to completely dry. I am not sure what will happen over the winter - Ohio has harsh ones . . . I may write another review in the Spring . . . The color was California Rustic December 2, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Deck Over I used deck Over on a concrete cool deck around the pool. It is much hotter than the original cool deck, cannot walk on it without shoes. It covered well with two coats but now as swimming has started the pool water stains the Deck Over. Not happy about that. I wrote Behr asking if I should use a sealer but never got a reply. The folks at home Depot did not think a sealer was needed????Too bad, it was very expensive to stain so easily. June 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, good price This product covered both my front, smaller deck and my back larger deck with 2 coats and looks really nice. July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Easy to apply and coverage was more than stated, even with 2 coats. August 13, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I like what I see so far! I've used transparent stain on many decks and will probably never go back unless it's a true redwood deck. My current deck is pressure treated and I live in the mid-west, which means harsh winter elements. My deck was built in 2008 and was cracking in many places...mainly due to the contractor using heart wood. If you can avoid heart wood then do it! Heart wood is easy to see; look at the end of the board and if you see a tight circular pattern the it is from the center of the tree. Heart wood inevitably warp, split and curl. It's cheap for the builder and expensive to maintain. I saw this because that's what I'm applying this product to. My board have slight to moderate cracks and I wanted something to fill them to prevent water going in, freezing and causing more damage. The product claims it can fill 1/4" cracks or gaps...well, maybe if you build it up in the right condition. I found that I could fill hairline to 1/16" gaps fairly easy, but not by rolling alone. I had to zig zag the roller back and forth across the board in order to fill them and if you back rolled too much your roller would pull it out. I bought a little more than I needed so I wouldn't worry about running out and to lay it on heavy to reduce my time with the roller. I hate painting because I'm such a perfectionist so it takes me forever. I figured I'd go with heavy material quantity and speed through it and I was right. This stuff is thick and if you want to do other things that day then figure out if its worth another $30! I ran two coats on a 15x12 deck plus stairs and with perfect weather conditions (oxymoron for mid-west...not Southern CA where I grew up) and finished in 5 hours and about 3.5 gallons. Of course my son who is home from college helped...I do suggest having help. If the paint is in the sun it will develop a dry film on top so try to keep in the shade and never let rollers or brushes sit out while grabbing a sandwich. Wrap things in plastic or leave submerged. I should mention that I did not do the railing...just walking surface. The end result is what I expected, filled cracks (after two coats the larger cracks will need a 3rd coat...the paint shrinks a little or gravity sucked it in deeper and some cracks opened up) and an overall very nice surface...looks smooth and even. The deck looks new again, not too gritty texture to walk on with bare feet, feels fine. The product is so new there isn't a year warranty so I didn't give it the highest rating and I can't see this filling 1/4" gaps easily. In my opinion it seems like a very durable material and will protect well and should last more than the one year the previous transparent stain lasted. My only concern is that sliding furniture may gouge or leave marks. This unit is my rental so I won't know for another month or so how it will hold up to BBQs and patio furniture...I do believe that I will get at least 3-4 good years out of it all things considered. July 29, 2013
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