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Rust-Oleum Restore

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2-gal. California Rustic Deck and Concrete 10X Resurfacer

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Deck and Concrete Restore 10X is a problem solving coating formulated to repair beautify and protect. It is ideal for old previously coated wood, bare wood, brushed concrete and most synthetic decking with proper surface preparation. 10X is ten time thicker than ordinary paint.

  • Liquid armor resurfacer
  • Water based, one part, ready to use
  • Beautifies and protects
  • Fills cracks up to 1/4 in.
  • Lasting moisture protection
  • Excellent slip resistance
  • 60 colors available
  • Tested and proven performance - lasts up to 12 years
  • Covers 50 sq. ft.
  • 2 coats required
  • Colors available to be tinted in most stores
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Do you recommend this for concrete driveway in hot desert Indio, CA?

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July 6, 2013
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Absolutely! Makes an older surface look new again!
Revitalizes any surface to visually clean-up the appearance of your property and help in the longevity of the surface being covered.
A win - win combination!
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Deck & Concrete Restore is not intended for use on driveways as it is not formulated to withstand the rigors of hot tire traffic. Instead, we recommend using Extreme Concrete Restore for Driveway.
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Is it best to replace popped nails with screws?

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June 23, 2013
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I will always replace nails with screws whenever possible. For just a little more effort you get a building or project that is considerably stronger and more stable.
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Replacing popped nails is not necessary but can be done if you would like. Raised nail heads and/or screws should be secured before applying Deck & Concrete Restore. Using a power sander on the deck should be done with care to ensure galvanized coating is not stripped off the nail heads and/or screws. If the galvanized coating is removed, the product will need to be taken down to bare wood only over the Read More
Replacing popped nails is not necessary but can be done if you would like. Raised nail heads and/or screws should be secured before applying Deck & Concrete Restore. Using a power sander on the deck should be done with care to ensure galvanized coating is not stripped off the nail heads and/or screws. If the galvanized coating is removed, the product will need to be taken down to bare wood only over the nails and/or screws and a rust inhibitor should be sprayed on the nail heads and/or screws. Touch up work will need to be done over those affected areas using left over Deck & Concrete Restore. Read Less
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I have a peeling painted wood deck. The peeling has pretty much stopped. Will this resurfacing product bond to the barewood enough to hopefully hold the remaining paint in place? Not a heavily used deck
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My wood deck was pealing too. I scraped and sanded as much as I could get off, then used the Blue Sky Restore. I also had a large section of bare wood, as I had to replace part of the deck floor, as well as bare wood from the old paint peal. So far it is sticking tight and there is no sign of pealing or cracking. I did wait three weeks for the coating to cure before washing it or putting chairs and table Read More
My wood deck was pealing too. I scraped and sanded as much as I could get off, then used the Blue Sky Restore. I also had a large section of bare wood, as I had to replace part of the deck floor, as well as bare wood from the old paint peal. So far it is sticking tight and there is no sign of pealing or cracking. I did wait three weeks for the coating to cure before washing it or putting chairs and table on it. I live in the desert, so I didn't have to worry about rain. Read Less
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Restore will adhere to a previously painted surface if properly prepared. All peeling or flaking must be removed by stripping or sanding. Remove any algae, mold or embedded dirt. Glossy surfaces must be sanded. Surfaces that have been previously coated with a stain or water sealer that continue to bead water will require pressure washing or stripping to ensure good adhesion.
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Can I use Restore on the vertical support post and railing attached to the deck?

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No, Restore 10X is only recommended for use on horizontal surfaces. For Vertical surfaces we recommend using Restore Stain, Vertical Restore, or our newest product in the Restore line, Restore 4X.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by We Saved our Deck In all fairness to the product, our deck was very weathered with cracking and splinters throughout from the previous owners lack of maintenance. We had put off doing anything for awhile as we thought our only step was to replace the surface of the deck as we knew we needed much more than a stain to save it. We saw the ad for Rustoleum Restore on television and went to the 4 minute video to see how this may be done. After viewing, we agreed this was our only option to save the deck and at a minimal expense. Powerwashing and proper prep showed fairly good quality wood below the years of no maintenance, which gave us more hope that this would work. After much debate, the color we chose is the "California Rustic", as you will see in my photos. First was the tedious task of staining railings & spindles with the matching stain. It went on very easily and had the consistency of paint, not runny stain which I have used before. A fat brush did the trick of getting it into the woodgrain and cracks. crevices, etc. It finally stopped raining this past week and Saturday was the day of the first coat on the flooring. Proper protection of siding & trim is essential! The first coat went on easily with my husband & I working together rolling it out and touching up the surface as we went along. The wood was VERY thirsty and we used more than we anticipated, so back to Home Depot for more! Our deck size is 12 x 14 and the first coat took us 2 hours, 2nd coat took 1 &1/2... The first coat dried well overnight and we knew a 2nd would go on the next day with no rain predicted. We decided to not "smooth out the roller surface" with a brush this time and let it smooth out naturally as it dried. Overall we are very pleased with the product!! This is a definite for those that need to save their deck. This is not a product to use of you still wish to see the natural woodgrain below a stain color. Final surface has look of the "trex" material, but perfect for us. We can use our deck!! July 15, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy application of product. I liked everything about the product except it was not the exact color I specifically ordered. Had ordered California Rustic color and got a Terracotta color. Keep in mind that you should really allow 5 weeks of warm weather for the product to completely cure before putting anything (including your furniture) back. It's worth the wait! I would have given this five stars had it been the right color! No more slipping and sliding on a wet deck! The textured finish is good and it has definitely revitalized the deck! September 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The look and durability is great. My front porch was the eyesore of the neighborhood. After rebuilding the rotten flooring and reusing the posts and railings, I used Blue Sky Restore on the floor and fence post caps - which I made using upside-down flower pots. The coverage seems limited, but the stuff is very thick; I needed 3 gallons, but bought 2 kits which was more cost effective. I have enough left over for touch-ups later if needed. Now everyone who comes to my front door complements the beautiful porch. August 3, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product We bought the 2 gallon kit to try on our deck to see if it would be worth it to resurface our deck. We estimated replacing our existing deck with a composite product would cost over five thousand, this will be far less expensive and last our lifetime. We can't wait to buy enough to finish the job. It went on easily with little prep and has already held up to weather and grandkids riding toys on it. May 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Stuff! We used this on an old picnic table. What a difference it made! It has held up beautifully for over a year now. Our only regret is that we didn't choose the smoother second coat option. Looks like we will be doing the entire deck next! June 3, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wonderful color Looks great, has some texture so keeps from being slick when it rains or snows. September 24, 2013
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