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Rust-Oleum Restore 4 gal. 10X Advanced Redwood Deck and Concrete Resurfacer
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Rust-Oleum Restore

4 gal. 10X Advanced Redwood Deck and Concrete Resurfacer

  • Ultra thick coating extends the life of older decks
  • Resurfaces wood decks, most composite decks & concrete patios
  • Stands up to rain and sun exposure
$85.00 /each

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Restore 4 gal. 10X Advanced Redwood Deck and Concrete Resurfacer is a problem solver coating formulated to repair, beautify and protect. New advanced formula is ideal for old previously coated wood, bare wood, brushed concrete and most synthetic decking with proper surface preparation. 10X Advanced is ten times thicker than ordinary paint and fills cracks up to 1/4 in. deep. Deck is furniture ready within 48 hours which means minimal downtime of outdoor living spaces.

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  • Suitable for application on wood decks and docks, broom swept concrete and more
  • Advanced formulation repels water and provides superior weather resistance
  • Each gallon covers up to 40 sq. ft. with 2-coats
  • Flat finish provides non-reflective appearance and repairs surface imperfections
  • Provides ultimate water repellency and lasting moisture protection
  • 2-coats required, wait 4-6 hours before recoating
  • Light foot traffic on deck within 24 hours, replace furniture and back to full use within 48 hours
  • Prior to application prime with Restore deck start wood primer to simplify preparation and promote top coat adhesion
  • Algae and mildew resistant coating helps keep deck clean
  • Low VOC, water-based formula with minimal odor
  • Allow new and sealed wood decks to weather at least 6 months prior to application
  • Follow specific manufacturers directions before applying to any composite decking
  • Not for use on smooth or floated concrete or areas that are exposed to vehicular traffic
  • Properly clean and prepare deck, read all instructions prior to use
  • Soap and water clean up while wet
  • Actual paint colors may vary
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Click here to learn how new Restore 10X Advanced compares to Restore 10X

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How many sq ft coverage per gal? How many coats are required to get a fist class deck?

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December 7, 2015
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TWO coats are REQUIRED or it won't seal properly and will flake off. At 2 coats I got about 25 to 30 square feet per gallon. However, I used their textured roller. A regular roller (not their brand name) would probably make it go further, though with less surface texture.
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One gallon covers about 80 square ft. Two coats is preferable, tho you could probably get away with one depending on condition of your deck and proper preparation with primer. Am looking at my deck now--could not be more pleased. It is gorgeous and very sturdy cover. I used two coats as I don't want to do this again for a long time.
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October 9, 2015
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Rust-Oleum Restore 10X Advanced has an approximate coverage of 40 square feet per 1 gallon. Keep in mind that 2 coats are recommended. Also, Remember that preparation is key to Restore 10X Advanced Resurfacer adhering properly. To properly prepare your surface use either the Restore Deck Start Wood Primer or the Restore Deck Stripper. Read More
Rust-Oleum Restore 10X Advanced has an approximate coverage of 40 square feet per 1 gallon. Keep in mind that 2 coats are recommended. Also, Remember that preparation is key to Restore 10X Advanced Resurfacer adhering properly. To properly prepare your surface use either the Restore Deck Start Wood Primer or the Restore Deck Stripper. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Restore-1-gal-Deck-Start-Wood-Primer-287517/205728373 Read Less
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indoor application

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May I use it indoor with an acrylic top coat? If not, why? What may happen if I do it anyway?
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December 7, 2015
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No. Rust-Oleum has answered this question from others in the past. They say this is ONLY for outdoor use on level flat (not vertical) surfaces.
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You should probably check with the Rustoleum. THis is an extremely thick ;paint, takes alot to dry even outdoors. I wouldn't use it indoors, but what do I know?
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Can you apply to new green pressure treated lumber?

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October 18, 2016
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No, Ken. New wood should age for a minimum of 6 months before applying Rust-Oleum Restore 10X Advanced Deck and Concrete Resurfacer. The lumber must be dry completely before applying the product to prevent peeling of the coating. The surface must also be properly cleaned and prepared using Restore Deck & Concrete Cleaner to remove all foreign material and mill glaze prior to application. Follow the Read More
No, Ken. New wood should age for a minimum of 6 months before applying Rust-Oleum Restore 10X Advanced Deck and Concrete Resurfacer. The lumber must be dry completely before applying the product to prevent peeling of the coating. The surface must also be properly cleaned and prepared using Restore Deck & Concrete Cleaner to remove all foreign material and mill glaze prior to application. Follow the preparation instructions to ensure the Restore 10X Advanced adheres properly to the wood. Read Less
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How long is it before you need to repaint?

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I see the 4x Restore is good for 5 to 7 years if applied correctly. How long can the 10x be expected to last before repainting is needed?
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We painted our deck with the first Rustoleum Restore product and it lasted almost 5yrs. I feel that it would've lasted longer if we had done a couple things differently. A. You must prep really scrub or pressure washer the area. Check for loose boards and boards with deep screw holes. I also did minimal sanding and wood filler for really deep gouges. It's worth it. Also, when we did our deck the first Read More
We painted our deck with the first Rustoleum Restore product and it lasted almost 5yrs. I feel that it would've lasted longer if we had done a couple things differently. A. You must prep really scrub or pressure washer the area. Check for loose boards and boards with deep screw holes. I also did minimal sanding and wood filler for really deep gouges. It's worth it. Also, when we did our deck the first time there was no such product as the primer or vertical surface stain. So we did our entire deck rails & all with restore which for our needs worked out well. However,if I had to do it all again I would've used the primer & tinted stain. We did not use the special rollers we used cheap ones that we had from previous projects. Which didn't get us as much texture. Fine for our needs. Also, TWO coats the first time we used the product we did 1 coat. Two coats and I think we could've waited another year or two. Read Less
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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Buy This Product!! This product peeled and chipped within 4 months of application. We used it on a wood deck. The manufacturer would not stand by this product and said that we didn't apply it correctly. We followed the directions as stated on the product. It was recommended by the store employee. August 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Please don't buy this - it doesn't even last 2 years if it gets any weather at all. We put this in 2 years ago. We followed all of the directions. We used exclusively Rustoleum products, their roller, their cleaner, etc. We waited the appropriate amount of time from wash to install. There was no rain for days and days after. It looked good at first. It still looks great where it gets no exposure to the sun, snow, etc. At the eaveline it is all in pieces. It started with small chips the first year and now after two year we have whole board junks coming off in 4 or 5" pieces. We had installed both on new boards and on old boards - we cleaned both the old and new boards with their product and now I have a huge mess. I'm trying to figure out how to get it OFF. Please don't waste your precious pennies on this. It won't hold up in Minnesota. I'm so very very disappointed. May 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Peeling up We bought 2 buckets of this and put it on our deck last spring. Now this spring you can see a ton of spots where it has came off!! Very unhappy with this product, waste of money and much time!!! April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely Great! I have an 850 sq. ft redwood deck that is over 40 years old. As I live in a treed area, the deck has received a lot of moisture over the years and aside from repairing needed for some of the boards, it has also required stain over the years. I decided to stop restaining every two years and use this restorative paint. I couldn't be more pleased! It to0ok a whole weekend to clean, prep and paint and the end product is gorgeous. The paint is thhick enough to smooth out some of the older boards but not so thick that you don't see some of the beautiful redwood grain. The prep is important as primer is needed for the paint to adhere properly. It looks like a brand new deck and as soon as I can figure out how to attach a photo, will post to this site. September 9, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Difficult to recommend This Rust-Oleum 10X Deck Restorer has very poor surface adhesion to bare wood and extremely poor adhesion to other paint. If you don't follow the instructions below EXACTLY, or if you skip or modify a step, you will have a 90% chance of large chunks flaking off within a year or less. 1. Start with aged, dry wood. Then apply Rust-Oleum brand (yes BRAND is necessary) Restore wood primer first. OR, Start with a previously painted deck and strip it completely with the Rust-Oluem brand (again, brand is necessary) Restore paint stripper. In addition, if surface was at all dirty, you must first use Rust-Oleum Deck and Concrete Cleaner, BEFORE the primer. 2. Make sure deck wood is EXTREMELY dry, after step one. Wait at least a few days. If not extremely dry, it will fail. 3. Make sure there is no moisture, sprinkler or precipitation on the deck for 48 hours AFTER you have applied the product. 4. Must put on two coats. Coats must be at least 4 to 6 hours apart. One coat may look okay but it will fail to seal the wood adequately and water will seep into the wood and make it start to flake off. 5. Temperature must be below 90 and above 50 degrees F, for 72 hours, continuously, after application. Also avoid putting it on in hot sun or very windy conditions, or it will dry before you are finished and all areas won't adhere properly to each other. At less than 48% humidity, the finish will dry enough for light traffic in 24 hours, but full cure to be strong enough for furniture, etc will require at least 7 days. It says that each gallon will provide two coats for 40 square feet. Maybe I put it on heavier than that, but at two coats I only got about 25 to 30 square feet per gallon. I did use their recommended roller for a rougher surface. A regular roller would probably stretch it farther and might give good results, though less textured. This stuff is like peanut butter when it goes on (though less 'heavy'). If you follow all the above, you probably will end up with a beautifully finished deck, that might stay looking great for years. If you don't follow all the above, exactly, then you really must be prepared for abject failure. I can speak from personal experience on this, and also from combing the internet afterwards to find out why this stuff goes wrong for so many people. December 7, 2015
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