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Rust-Oleum Restore 1 gal. 4X White Deck Coat

Rust-Oleum Restore

1 gal. 4X White Deck Coat

$3197 /each

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Product Overview

Restore 4X Deck Coat is a water based problem solving coating, formulated to make light repairs and is 4X thicker than ordinary paint. It beautifies and protects old previously coated wood, bare wood, broom swept concrete and most synthetic decking with proper surface preparation. 4X is ideal for wood and composite decking, concrete docks and more.

  • Superior coverage
  • Long lasting protection
  • Conceals hairline cracks
  • Outlasts typical deck stains
  • Barefoot friendly
  • For horizontal and vertical surfaces
  • Covers 80 sq. ft., two coats required
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Customer Questions & Answers

can you return the product, restore 4x paint

if you don't like the paint can you bring back for your money
Asked by: Lorri
Yes if it is not tinted or used
Answered by: Rich3329
Date published: 2015-09-20

can you thin out restore deck coat

can you thin out restore deck coat
Asked by: TG
We do not recommend thinning Rust-Oleum Restore 4X Deck Coat since this is a thicker coating and doing so can affect the product's performance. If looking for a thinner coating, check out Rust-Oleum Restore 2X Solid Deck Stain!
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-04-18
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Customer Reviews

1 gal. 4X White Deck Coat is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Should be called "heartache in a can". I spent well over $600 to refinish my deck. Went on as des... Should be called "heartache in a can". I spent well over $600 to refinish my deck. Went on as described, looked real good for 1 year. By the second year, You could see signs of it breaking down. By the fourth year, it's a disaster. My lawn has flaking restore all over it, but there's barely any on the deck. I followed the instructions to a 'T' , as this stuff was so expensive. Now I'm in a real pickle, I've been pressure washing to remove what's left of it off, but there are small areas that will require scraping or sanding to remove it. The deck is 27'x20' , so there's a lot of a mess here. I will never buy a Rustoleum product again, and am really angry at the Depot for selling and promoting this product. Maybe the Depot should give me some new deck boards for this mess. If I could give it minus 5 stars, I would.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The paint covered well and filled the cracks and splits in the deck planks. It was kind of like p... The paint covered well and filled the cracks and splits in the deck planks. It was kind of like painting with gooey bubblegum. My only issue is that you're selling a "5 gallon" can of paint that only contains 4 1/2 gallons. I suppose this is what you call deceptive inflation.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Covers and seals well, would recomend Covers and seals well, would recomend
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Executive Summary: Goes on and coats like armor, but less coverage than claimed. You definitely ... Executive Summary: Goes on and coats like armor, but less coverage than claimed. You definitely need two coats. Completely covers splinters or cracks. Barefoot on the finished deck is no problem. Wide range of color choices, so easy matching to house. It's definitely the most expensive option, but appears to be permanent, so only a one-time project. You can also change the color later by using their stain to paint over the original surface. Price: We found larger containers and lower prices at Home Deport vs. Lowes. HD carries a 4-gallon bucket, while Lowes only goes up to three. The containers are not actually "gallons." They are a little less, but HD worked out to about $19 per "gallon," while Lowes was about $24. If you buy the 2-pack of gallon cans, you get a free roller. At our HD, two 2-packs were the same price as the 4-gallon bucket, so we bought a mix and got the free rollers (about $7 each if bought separately). We needed three rollers for our job (550 square feet). Weight: This stuff is very heavy, so get some help with the big buckets. Color: Wide range of colors. Mix in the store just like paint. We had to buy additional material later and today can see that the color is off a little in the newer batch. The can says to pre-mix before using so colors blend and match. Really not possible due to volume (i.e., we used 26 gallons). Prep: As usual, drive down loose nails. Screw or nail down weak areas as needed. Don't worry about splinters or flaking. They will be completely gone after the second coat. This stuff is so thick that it does not flow like liquid sealers or paint. It is way faster to have someone go ahead with a brush putting the Resolve into nail holes and cracks sort of like putty. Smooth it because it dries quickly so if you leave a big clump, you get a permanent big clump. Coverage: The 1-gallon label says "Covers 50-60 square feet with two coats." Reps at both stores had told us to expect 30 square feet with two coats, but we needed 26 "gallons" to cover 560 square feet (including stairs) with two coats = only 21.5 square feet per gallon. We did put it on very thick, but there's really no way not to do that and get the desired surface. Mixing: The store will initially mix for you, but if it sits long you'll have to do it again. It is impossible to hand-mix the large buckets with a stick. Get an attachment for your heavy-duty drill and power mix it. There will be a lot of grit and thick stuff on the bottom and sides, so make sure you run the mixer attachment across all of that to get the good stuff circulated. Into the pan: Pour as much as you can fit into the paint pan. It feels and acts about like wall mud or thin caulk, so the roller will not absorb it, more like stick to it. Just put the roller in there and drag/roll back and forth until coated. Hint: leave the mixer attachment in the bucket to stay wet or clean it immediately. if you set it out, it will dry within minutes, and leave you a big rock. Application: Label says to roll only one direction. Forget that. This stuff is super thick, and we could not get that to work. Just put it on like paint, and roll as needed. On the last rollover, go whichever direction you want to work with to finish. The roller makes a textured stucco-like finish. You can smooth the second coat with a regular brush and get a flat finish, but it's tedious and will break your back. We thought about trying to use a brush on a stick or maybe a very smooth roller, but decided we were OK with the textured finish. It worked for me to mostly do it like raking leaves, i.e., pulling the roller from my left and "raking" to my right. I did two deck boards at a time all the way across. No real strategy. It just seemed more orderly and efficient. You will see that after rolling across cracks, the crack is still there (thick material, and won't flow). Dab more on the roller, turn it parallel to the crack and just push down into the crack. Then return to "raking" and smooth it out. Crack is gone. CRITICAL: The initial finish is glossy while drying. Within only minutes, it will skin. If you roll back over it after that, the surface gloss will be destroyed, leaving you a sandy, rough texture that dries that way. You can get away with it on the first coat, since #2 will cover it. Get the coverage you need and leave it alone. At the wall edges, you have to use a brush to get far enough from the edge to start the roller. No way around it, and the strip will be flat finish. Unless you intend to smooth the whole deck, press the roller as close as possible to start a textured surface, but you won't get all of it. It's hard to see it happening, but the roller flings specks of material for about two feet. Be aware of this when near windows, door etc. I avoided it by setting the roller near the edge and raking back toward me. If you just roll your way in toward the wall or window, be prepared to have to clean it off. Drying and cleanup: Dries to walk on in about three hours. As noted above, don't reroll the glossy wet surface after 1-3 minutes (quicker if a hot day) as it will get grainy. Cleanup is easy with water, but brushes and rollers dry very quickly, so don't let anything set long if not used. Rails: They sell color-matched stain for the rails and vertical parts of the deck. We have not done that part yet, but it should be faster and less expensive since that works more like traditional paint.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Date published: 2015-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Resurfaced Deck Product was easy to use. The deck looks great. Very satisfied with results
Date published: 2014-10-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible!!!!!! I followed the installation instructions explicitly ---- scraped off old coating ---- sanded, let dry completely between coats ---- covered all areas twice. In all, I spent nearly $1000 preparing and coating this deck. Now, only one year later, it is a complete mess. Not only will I never use Rust-Oleum again, but will not buy paint again from Home Depot because they recommended it.
Date published: 2016-03-24
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