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Restore

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Deck Liquid Armor Resurfacer 4 Gal. Water Based Cape Cod Gray Exterior Coating-DISCONTINUED

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The Deck Restore 3.75-Gal. Acrylic Liquid Armor Resurfacer is formulated to use on concrete patios, walks, steps and more. The 1-part, acrylic formula is water based, and it is ready for application. Application is on average 10% the cost of replacement.

  • Liquid Armor Resufacer
  • Water based, one part, ready to use
  • Beautifies and protects
  • Fills cracks up to 1/4 in.
  • Lasting moisture protection
  • Excellent slip resistance
  • 10 times thicker than paint or stain
  • Tested and proven performance - last up to 12 years
  • 36 available colors
  • Covers up to 100 square feet; two coats required
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  • 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

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can this be sprayed on?

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October 19, 2012
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March 31, 2013
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no you must roll it on, watch their tutorial and do it exactly how they do it and it will turn out great
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November 5, 2012
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Restore cannot be sprayed on due to the thickness and texture of the product. When applying you should use a roller, rolling slowly and in one direction while applying low, even pressure. We recommend using the Restore Roller. The honey comb roller cover is specifically patented and designed to work with the thickness and texture of the Restore product.
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Ballentine, Lake Murray of Richland, SC 29063, USA
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October 20, 2012
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Spraying? I'm not sure. Mighty viscous with aggregate added. One of those sprayers that sprays Texture paint for Popcorn ceilings might possibly work, but the product is thick and has some aggregate in it that would clog any other type of sprayer. If you could spray it it would make application so much better and faster. I'd buy the sprayer in a heartbeat if it would work, I just finished my second major Read More
Spraying? I'm not sure. Mighty viscous with aggregate added. One of those sprayers that sprays Texture paint for Popcorn ceilings might possibly work, but the product is thick and has some aggregate in it that would clog any other type of sprayer. If you could spray it it would make application so much better and faster. I'd buy the sprayer in a heartbeat if it would work, I just finished my second major project with this and it produces EXCELLENT results but is time consuming.
Home Depot carries a Sprayer http://www.homedepot.com/Building-Materials-Drywall-Tools-Texture-Sprayers-Hopper-Guns/h_d1/N-5yc1vZas27/R-100660219/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&storeId=10051
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Can you pressure wash the deck and put restore on after it drys? Will it take 2 coats?

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April 23, 2013
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April 24, 2013
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Yes, Of Course. 2 LIBERAL coats and they have to go on thick. I've tried multiple times to skimp on product and always end up having to fix the result of being frugal with the material. Important thing is to fill the cracks, once you do that you have enough material on.
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April 23, 2013
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Yes, we recommend pressure washing to ensure all embedded dirt and grime are removed from the surface prior to application. Be sure the deck is completely dry before applying Restore. Two coats are required. The first coat will go on to fill in cracks and do other minor repairs. The product will soak into the wood or concrete and dry. The first coat may be blotchy and spotty. The second coat works as a Read More
Yes, we recommend pressure washing to ensure all embedded dirt and grime are removed from the surface prior to application. Be sure the deck is completely dry before applying Restore. Two coats are required. The first coat will go on to fill in cracks and do other minor repairs. The product will soak into the wood or concrete and dry. The first coat may be blotchy and spotty. The second coat works as a finish coat and will give greater wear as the product ages. Be careful not to over spread. Restore is made to be applied thickly. Read Less
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Is this product mildew resistent

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rer
April 2, 2013
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April 4, 2013
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Hello RER!
My peers on the paint team asked me to follow up on your question.
Because Restore is generally applied as a rough or slightly rough surface, it will tend to hold moisture.
Moist surfaces are the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew ... even if the product is mildew resistant.
I recommend my Restore customers use a hose-end deck wash (rather than a pressure washer) at the beginning Read More
Hello RER!
My peers on the paint team asked me to follow up on your question.
Because Restore is generally applied as a rough or slightly rough surface, it will tend to hold moisture.
Moist surfaces are the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew ... even if the product is mildew resistant.
I recommend my Restore customers use a hose-end deck wash (rather than a pressure washer) at the beginning of each spring season.
Simply hose-on, leave on the surface no more than ten-minutes, scrub heavy stains, and hose-off.
Mold Armor Deck Wash is inexpensive and will kill mold and remove mildew stains ... without the risk of damaging your Restored surface. Read Less
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Restore is mildew resistant as long as proper cleaning and upkeep is maintained. Be sure to thoroughly clean the surface prior to application of Restore. For mildew and other organic growths, use a dilution of household bleach (3 parts water to 1 part bleach) applied to the surface before cleaning. Basic maintenance consists of cleaning with household cleaners, such as Deck & Concrete Restore Cleaner, Read More
Restore is mildew resistant as long as proper cleaning and upkeep is maintained. Be sure to thoroughly clean the surface prior to application of Restore. For mildew and other organic growths, use a dilution of household bleach (3 parts water to 1 part bleach) applied to the surface before cleaning. Basic maintenance consists of cleaning with household cleaners, such as Deck & Concrete Restore Cleaner, brush and water when necessary. For difficult stains, a solution of diluted bleach commonly cleans the surface area. To remove dirt and grime build up use a light pressure washing to thoroughly clean the deck or concrete area. Be sure to not use a high pressure wash as this can tear or damage the product and/or your surface. Read Less
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How long after you use restore cleaner on deck do you have to wait to use restore paint

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I waited one day, I don't know if there are guidelines for it or not. Worked great for me with that duration
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I did not use the Restore Cleaner, used a light duty pressure washer, & that seemed to work fine. I've done three pressure treated decks, two sets of two story stairs, and am in the middle of a dock project built from reclaimed lumber that is 826 sq feet. (75 feet long w boat slips) Dock was old and cracked & splintered in many places & is filling in beautifully. Even where the wood was soaked in green & Read More
I did not use the Restore Cleaner, used a light duty pressure washer, & that seemed to work fine. I've done three pressure treated decks, two sets of two story stairs, and am in the middle of a dock project built from reclaimed lumber that is 826 sq feet. (75 feet long w boat slips) Dock was old and cracked & splintered in many places & is filling in beautifully. Even where the wood was soaked in green & black mildew it cleaned up well with the pressure washer. So far there are no bonding issues as long as it is going onto clean wood. The only issues I've seen as valid with any application so far is that it takes a lot of product to fill up big cracks in the wood, & it really does take their roller to get the right finish, I tried painting it on and had to roll back over it.
Have fun, I have not been disappointed in this product & I'm hard to please.
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Restore for decks I have had a great experience with the Home Depot Restore product. I was able to claim used 2x6's for a deck project and saved about $1000. I started by pressure washing the deck and gave it 3 days to dry. I then put on two healthy coats (allowing to dry over night in between coats) and let it dry another 3 days. This deck is about 400 square feet and required 4 buckets (15 gallons). The manufacturer's coverage statement was inaccurate and the the roller cover fell apart during painting. Other than that this has been a great product. I spent $400 on a deck that is 400 sq. ft. and a year later is still looks great. No regrets. August 3, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dont replace your deck Restore it If you follow the guidelines for application your deck will come out great. I am not a handy person and I thought it was easy. my 2 big dogs run all over the deck and it never leaves a mark or chips. only bad thing is the sq ft coverage is less than advertised. Saved me a lot of money not replacing my deck. almost 2 years old now and fading in color as well. March 31, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by not satisfied Used product in July 2011. I live in NJ and we did not have a rough winter. Product started chip by December by March the deck was a mess. Since I can not restain the deck I have to buy another 2 gallons to resurface again. Another issue is the product covers your screws and you can not lift a board if necessary. Does not cover the square footage the lable suggests. June 21, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best alternative to deck replacement Best alternative to deck replacement: - fills small cracks and secures splinters - provides a non-slip surface wet or dry - looks very nice in gray - takes a couple of coats - some roller brushes will hold up some will not so a spare is good. - do NOT falll on the deck as the texture is like sandpaper June 12, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't cover area advertised, uneven finish applied first coat and has un even finish, Not enough paint to cover 400 square feet as advertised. Applying 2nd coat today and will see if it comes out even, if not I have to sand it off. January 8, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor results I was not satisfied with this product because it did not cover the square footage it claimed it would. The paint dried with streaking and the roller cover fell apart during painting, leaving behind small particles. May 19, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product GREAT PRODUCT! Been looking for something like this for years. I saw this on my buddy's Massive Dock/Mini Marina in Georgia in 2011, I had seen the dock 12 years before and it was old & tired. I thought he had spent 20 grand on a new dock, he had just redone it in Deck Restore and it was fabulous. I used it myself on a small 9 x 14 upstairs deck that bakes in the extreme afternoon heat. Have been watching it a year, it is Beautiful & Unchanged, and instead of spending weeks replacing wood & Lots of $$$, I spent one afternoon saving the deck. Took 3 gallons for two coats that filled every crack.Traction is excellent, even when frosted over last year. Doing the rest of the decks and my own huge dock this fall. CONS: Nothing significant. Coverage is a bit less than they advertise, but it depends on the condition of the wood ane how big the cracks you have to fill. I laid it on thick and even filled the cracks between the deck boards. The roller lasted two days/two coats on some pretty rough wood, still usable but it is starting to wear. My neighbor used it on his dock and tried to spread it thin, it needed the second coat to make it right. October 7, 2012
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