Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 222
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TheCatLady I love this stuff!
This stuff is great. All you have to do is clean the surfaces you are restoring and then paint it on thickly. It goes on very nice and dries fast. It cleans up super easy off my hands and skin. Plain water and soap. It will mess up your clothing, so wear something you do not care about. I LOVE this color. It is lighter than what it looked like online. Very pretty soft dove grey. It make the deck just like new again. I expect the deck to last another 20 years and it's already 23 years old. It's good stuff. Try it.
October 30, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JLSNNS Just what we were looking for!
We needed something to revitalize our deck and I think we found it. Coverage is good. Can't tell how it will hold up because we are just putting it on.
August 5, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by catm Do not put this stuff on your deck!
I bought this product to make a newer addition match the older part of my deck. It was time consuming and difficult to apply. We used 2 coats as recommended. It covered well and did mask the difference in age of the 2 sections.
My first complaint was that it made the surface of the deck (which surrounds a pool) incredibly hot and impossible to walk on without shoes.
Now after only 2 years the finish is cracking and peeling. It looks terrible. My once lovely deck is an eyesore! A waste of time and money that destroyed my deck, which was a considerable investment and can not be presently replaced.
April 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Marsh50 Chipping and peeling off like crazy. Do not buy!!
Like the reviews that are good for this product, it looked great when initially applied. I did 2 coats and it looked amazing. Chipping and peeling is occurring all over my deck now (less than 2 years after applying). It looks terrible. What is still on there is impossible to clean. Any dirt that ends up on it is impossible to get off. What a waste of time and money. Stay away!!!
May 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by PeelingDeck Does Not Last
Prepared the deck with the deck cleaner and let it dry. Applied two coats of Deckover to the deck and it looked wonderful. After the winter, only 8 months later, it has peeled off everywhere. It did not adhere to the deck whatsoever. It is an extreme waste of time and money as it does not hold up to a CT winter.
May 7, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by SgtPatio Not what I expected
I bought two 5 gallon containers of this stuff, as well as the treatment prep solution to clean the deck off with first. I followed directions pretty much to a “T” though 2 coats of it...even doing this in a late Fall weekend when the weather wouldn’t cause issues. Looked great when it went on and was thinking with that strong ammonia odor that this stuff was binding to my wood really well. Was pretty pleased with it for many months. However, after this past winter, I have cracking & peeling just about everywhere including the hand rails that don’t get hardly any touch. Over $400 down the drain if you add up all the supplies this took. VERY disappointed.
June 24, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by tired Don't waste your time.
Do not waste your time or money. Cleaned and prepared deck exactly as directed. Less then one month later, deck floor began to peel. So disgusted we decided not to do anything until we returned back up North this summer. We returned to a deck that over 1/2 the paint peeled off. I called Behr and the sent me another 5 gallons of paint, 2 gallons of deck cleaner and told me to purchase 7 gallons of paint remover and they would reimburse me. Really don't want to go thru months of work again. Think I will stain it.
June 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MIKAFILMS Old Deck back to Life
Used a roller and brush to apply all the deck over paint. It drys fast so you have to watch for drips and if you think you need 5 Gals you will need 10 if you want to coat your deck really thick with paint. All and all it turned out what I wanted and took care of the cracks in the wood and will protect what is left of the deck. If you have an old deck and want it back to life try this and will save you from having to redo all the wood on the deck.
March 18, 2015