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BEHR Premium DeckOver

Model 500005

Internet #203545967

Store SKU #133320

5-gallon Wood and Concrete Coating

$158.00 /each
  • Rejuvenates old, dull wood and concrete with a fresh, new coat
  • Ideal for decks, patios and sidewalks for a pristine look
  • Can be easily applied using brushes, rollers or sprays

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Bring new life to old, uninviting wood and concrete with BEHR Premium DECKOVER 5 gallon Wood and Concrete Coating. An innovative new solid color coating, this effective solution will rejuvenate your weathered wood or concrete to make it like new. The advanced 100% acrylic resin fused with ceramic microspheres creates a durable coating on your tired deck to give it a refreshed look. Featuring a spatter-resistant formula, this application is quick and easy.

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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 and peeling and conceals splinters and cracks up to 1/4 in.
  • Provides a durable, mildew-resistant finish
  • Covers up to 75 sq. ft. in two coats per gallon
  • Creates a smooth, slip-resistant finish
  • For best results, prepare with the appropriate BEHR product for your wood or concrete surface
  • For exterior areas only
  • 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
  • Product may vary by store

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how long will it last before needing to be redone?

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My deck takes a heavy beating in the sun. I plan on recoating the flat area every five years. The product holds up that well.
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May 28, 2016
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Not long it peels
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April 5, 2016
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Mine has been down two years and summers at a beach house. Put down two coats will get another year or more. Make sure deck is super clean!
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March 20, 2016
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I used it about a year and a half ago on the flat surface of a very large deck and it was completely faded and chipped after one summer. I have a lot left over so I will use that this summer just because of economics but I would not recommend this product.
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September 24, 2015
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I did a small area last year with a roller and a paintbrush. A year later, the paint brush area is FANTASTIC. The roller area, despite using plenty of product, chipped and peeled. I just bought 10 gallons to paint on this weekend!
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September 15, 2015
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Not even 1 year.
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August 25, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your question. If BEHR PREMIUM DECKOVER® is applied according to label directions to a properly prepared, sound wood or concrete substrate, the film can be expected to last as long as a high quality Solid Color Wood Stain. BEHR Solid Color Wood Stains last 5-10 years on horizontal surfaces and 15-25 years on vertical surfaces. Be sure to follow all proper preparation steps and Read More
Hello and thank you for your question. If BEHR PREMIUM DECKOVER® is applied according to label directions to a properly prepared, sound wood or concrete substrate, the film can be expected to last as long as a high quality Solid Color Wood Stain. BEHR Solid Color Wood Stains last 5-10 years on horizontal surfaces and 15-25 years on vertical surfaces. Be sure to follow all proper preparation steps and back-label instructions, and best of luck on your project. Read Less
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Can I apply this to a deck that was just put up with treated wood or do I have to wait!

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August 30, 2016
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I would wait for at least two years. Give the wood time to 'settle in' and age. Then coat it. If you wait until it severly weathers (as I did), Deck Over will still work. If I was you, I'd hold off for two years.
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June 21, 2016
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Hello Dano,
We appreciate your question. We can recommend this product on pressure treated wood after the injected chemicals have a chance to air out (typically 6-8 weeks, but please check with the wood manufacturer or vendor for their exact timeframe). Then, you would prep the wood as the label states before staining. Well wishes for your project!
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April 30, 2016
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I wouldn't put it on anything ! Very dis satisfied with this product. Doesn't clean well at all & peels off.
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April 30, 2016
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Yes, you can apply the coating on a deck with treated wood.
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What colors does it come in?

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The brochure in the store shows all of the colors available.
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June 1, 2016
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It comes in a base color, meaning you can apply it the way it is, or you can pick a color of pigment to be added at the paint mixing counter.
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Hello and thanks for your question. You can check out the colors available on the Behr Woodsmart Color Tool: http://www.behr.com/consumer/colors/stain
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April 11, 2016
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This is in white.
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What is the difference between this product and a wood stain and sealer?

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There is an enormous difference. Stains and sealers are advertised to prolong the useful life of the deck. Although these are considerably easier to apply, they just won't hold up that well in the harsh sun.
If your deck is new and fresh and not aged, you are welcome to try these products. Around a pool, for example, they would probably be my choice. But you may have to replace the wood after a few
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There is an enormous difference. Stains and sealers are advertised to prolong the useful life of the deck. Although these are considerably easier to apply, they just won't hold up that well in the harsh sun.
If your deck is new and fresh and not aged, you are welcome to try these products. Around a pool, for example, they would probably be my choice. But you may have to replace the wood after a few years.
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Hello Bennett,
We appreciate your question. I can't compare this product to wood stains in general but only to ours. Aside from it being formulated as a heavy-duty coating (solid color at that), it's specially made to fill in cracks up to 1/4" with a paint brush, to conceal splinters, and to provide a gritty, slip-resistant finish. Like our wood stains and sealers, it also seals the surface so that it Read More
Hello Bennett,
We appreciate your question. I can't compare this product to wood stains in general but only to ours. Aside from it being formulated as a heavy-duty coating (solid color at that), it's specially made to fill in cracks up to 1/4" with a paint brush, to conceal splinters, and to provide a gritty, slip-resistant finish. Like our wood stains and sealers, it also seals the surface so that it is weatherproofing. Our wood stains, by contrast, are smoother finishes that don't have all these same benefits.
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This product is 100% acrylic.
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Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 1359 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst product I've ever used We were so impressed with the demo at Home Depot that in 2013 my sister and I both purchased Deck Over and stained our decks. We both spent almost an entire summer on this project. After thoroughly cleaning our decks and letting them dry. We painted over the cracks and between each board with a paint brush as was suggested by the rep and allowed sufficient time for both coats to dry. Both decks look gorgeous for the remainder of that first summer. By spring 2014 the stain on both decks had cracked and started to peel. We could actually peel off the stain with our fingers. We touched up these areas only to have the same thing happen in 2015 and now in 2016. In addition, we were told the deck would be perfect for walking in on bare feet... It is not! This is very discouraging especially when my neighbors used a plain old deck stain and have much better looking decks. We were told the stain would last for many years and I have touched up my deck every year - what a waste of time and money. Several people asked why the deck looks like it does when it was recently stained and what I've used. I tell them but I also warn them it's a lot of money for very poor results. This product should last more than one year. Up to this point I thought Behr products were far better than other brands. After this experience I am not sure I will purchase Behr again. August 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible - Do not buy We applied this product and followed the directions exactly. After two years it needs to be completely redone. There are cracks in almost all of the deck boards (even in areas that are not walked on like railings) and big areas where the finish has come completely off leaving exposed wood. The staff at the local Home Depot store don't even recommend this when you ask them about it. I spent a lot of time and money on this, and now I'll be switching products. July 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Serious peeling after 2 years We bough this in May of 2014. We followed the directions, using the recommended cleaner, then allowed the deck to dry for a few days in the sun. We applied when the deck was in the shade. At the start of the second year we had a few chips, which I touched up with some leftover product. Now, at the third year, we have major peeling. I managed to scrape quite a bit off, then found my leaf blower was pretty good at getting even more loose paint off. You can see in the picture of what was left - maybe 50%? The paint that is left looks fine, but obviously the big picture looks terrible. We had done the verticals and railing in a matching stain. They still look good, and I will try to repaint the whole deck with stain this year. Note that I don't shovel the whole deck in the winter, and thus scrape the deck with my shovel, and we don't often use the deck since we have a more convenient sitting area near our pool, so there's not a lot of foot traffic either. June 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Peeling in sheets Well I should have listened to the reviews on this one. One winter and this material is peeling up in sheets from my deck. I told myself well maybe they are not prepping it properly. 1) I did every step recommended for the preparation of this deck. 2) Followed the instructions to the letter. 3) went on very nice made me think Yes this is really going to work. 4) started peeling off in sheets after one winter. I would not recommend this product to anyone unless you wish to rework your entire deck and for the money I now have more problem than I did before. May 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Awful, if I could give no stars I would This product is just awful, less than a year after application and my deck is peeling and the flakes of paint are literally covering my lawn and being tracked into the house. We followed all the manufacturer instuctions on preparing the wood for this product but all that money and time we spent using this product was a waste. The worst part is now I have to try to fix it. Please, please save yourself and do not try this product! May 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Meh I applied this product last summer. Took several days prepping the surface according to instructions. Careful to apply in the conditions recommended. This year, one third of my deck has peeled nearly 60% and the rest of it is riddled with bubbles and spots that are blistering off. Very dissatisfied given the cost/quality expected. Next year I'll have to pressure wash the entire thing and use a different product. All the time money and effort wasted with only a few months of good looks. September 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Thick Product, Looks good to start. It is like painting with floor leveler. It must be 5000 centipois. Home Depot must be making a killing since there is about 40 pounds of sand in each 5 gallon. It looks great and levels imperfection. Let us see the durability; I just finished painting. It would be great if it flowed a little better to get into the cracks vs just covering them. September 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by We too were fooled by a seemingly great product! Sadly, we too fell for the trap of the seemingly awesome DeckOver. After wasting money on the wood cleaner jugs, 2- 5 gallon buckets of grey, and 2- 1 gallon cans of black, we wasted our time prepping and painting our deck at the end of summer/fall 2015 only to have it greet us with bubbling and peeling before summer 2016. We spent significant amounts of time cleaning and prepping our deck and even more time painting it as it is huge. I decided to wait to do the balusters (in black while the rest of the deck is grey) until this season as I didn’t want the weather to have an adverse effect on the curing process and, frankly, I was sick of painting. Now, I don’t think I am going to bother as most of the surface of the deck has bubbling occurring all over so I don’t see the point of wasting more time. Areas where the paint is bubbling up are easily chipped off when lightly brushed or walked on. The ONLY consolation I have is the fact that we ran out of time and money for further home improvement projects last year as I had originally intended to paint all of the wood trim of our house, our concrete front porch, and our wood shed with this junk. As angry as I am about how much money and time we already wasted, it would have been worse because I estimated us needing at least 4 more 5 gallon buckets to complete all the projects I had in mind. I think I am done with Behr paints as we noticed the same bubbling and peeling with their paint and primer in one inside our house, albeit not in the large scale disaster of the DeckOver. We bought our house in 2011 and have dumped tens of thousands into improving it and fixing the previous owners’ mistakes and neglect. We still have a ways to go and I don’t appreciate having to back track to redo projects again due to poor products. Trex decking, we will be saving for you! June 3, 2016
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