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4 gal. 10X Advanced California Rustic Deck and Concrete Resurfacer
  • Rust-Oleum Restore
  • Model 291455
  • Internet # 205853995

4 gal. 10X Advanced California Rustic Deck and Concrete Resurfacer

$85.00 /each

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4-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 for wood and concrete
  • Water based, one part, ready to use
  • Beautifies and protects
  • Fills cracks up to 1/4 in.
  • Covers up to 100 sq. ft., two coats required
  • Excellent slip resistance
  • 10 times thicker than paint or stain
  • Tested and proven performance - lasts up to 12 years
  • 60 colors available
  • Lasting moisture protection
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • 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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what is the coverage rate per gallon? Is primer required, does it require 2 coats?

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June 6, 2013
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June 17, 2014
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no primer, yes 2 coats, requires a non-bleach pre-clean brushing (cleaning) manufactor has cleaner for sale separately, coverage varies depending on deck wood condition, absorbs more if deck has not been previously treated.
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Indian Beach, NC, USA
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May 20, 2014
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Our deck is 16 feet by 20 feet and we used 4 3.75 gallon buckets to do two coats and the top of the railing.
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Coverage is rated at 100 square feet per 3.75 gallon bucket(yes it says it is 4 gallons), which equates to about 26.6 square feet per gallon. No, I don't think it needs primer as I put it over both unstained wood decking and stained decking with the same result.Yes, it definitely needs 2 coats to give the desired bumpy finish, with just one coat it has a lot of uncoated area that is not desirable or nice Read More
Coverage is rated at 100 square feet per 3.75 gallon bucket(yes it says it is 4 gallons), which equates to about 26.6 square feet per gallon. No, I don't think it needs primer as I put it over both unstained wood decking and stained decking with the same result.Yes, it definitely needs 2 coats to give the desired bumpy finish, with just one coat it has a lot of uncoated area that is not desirable or nice to look at! Read Less
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September 3, 2013
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We did not use a primer, nor can I see that one would be necessary. We spread the product with paint brushes (contrary to the directions). Had purchased 2 of the 4 gallon buckets and all told probably have a half bucket left after 2 coats on a 12 x 30 twenty year old West Texas porch. A second coat is a must. The first coat seals any cracks deep within the decking and the second coat made the boards Read More
We did not use a primer, nor can I see that one would be necessary. We spread the product with paint brushes (contrary to the directions). Had purchased 2 of the 4 gallon buckets and all told probably have a half bucket left after 2 coats on a 12 x 30 twenty year old West Texas porch. A second coat is a must. The first coat seals any cracks deep within the decking and the second coat made the boards nearly like the fiber boards that cost a small fortune. Good Luck! Read Less
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One 1 gallon can of Deck & Concrete Restore will cover approximately 25 sq ft with 2 coats.
One 2 gallon kit of Deck & Concrete Restore will cover approximately 50 sq ft with 2 coats.
One 4 gallon bucket of Deck & Concrete Restore will cover approximately 100 sq ft with 2 coats.
No primer is required however the surface does need to be properly prepared. Surface must be clean, dry and free of dirt, Read More
One 1 gallon can of Deck & Concrete Restore will cover approximately 25 sq ft with 2 coats.
One 2 gallon kit of Deck & Concrete Restore will cover approximately 50 sq ft with 2 coats.
One 4 gallon bucket of Deck & Concrete Restore will cover approximately 100 sq ft with 2 coats.
No primer is required however the surface does need to be properly prepared. Surface must be clean, dry and free of dirt, grease, mildew, organic growth, and other contaminants to ensure proper bonding and adhesion. Smooth and/or glossy surfaces should be sanded or roughed up to aid in adhesion. For best results use a pressure washer to remove embedded dirt and grime. For grease and oil spots use tri-sodium phosphate (TSP) according to manufacturer’s directions to remove stains. For mildew and other organic growth use a diluted solution of household bleach (3 parts water to 1 part bleach) applied to the surface before cleaning.
Yes, 2 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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Can this product be used on a garage floor? Will the hot car tires cause it to lift?

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yes, tires will cause it to lift
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No, Restore 10X is not intended for use on surfaces with vehicular traffic. Additionally, Restore products will not properly adhere to smooth concrete such as that of a garage floor.
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if i order autum brown does it come mixed, or will i need to take it to hd for that

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It does come mixed but it separates a bit, we were able to mix it with mixing attachment for an electric drill.
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When ordering online you will receive the color already mixed into the bucket.
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Is there a color palette or color chart that I can get for all the Rust-Oleum Restore deck and concrete resurfacer colors available?

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Marion, North Carolina
June 10, 2013
I am starting a deck restoration business and I would like to have the color choices handy when I talk to a customer so is there any way or anywhere to obtain a color chart for this product?
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tes, at the store there is brochures, and online
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You can go into your local retail store and pick up a brochure with the entire color palette and product information. If you need more than that, please contact the manufacturer directly.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Highly Impressed We used this product on our back porch - the decking is at least 20 years old and is South - West facing in West Texas - is has been cooked! We spot sanded to remove the few spots of gloss from a years old coat of red wood stain and applied with a paint brush. The consistancy reminded me of a smooth soupy cement mix, it went into the old boards like butter. The second coat left the antique boards looking and feeling like fiber boards. Dried to foot traffic within a few hours. Will be back for more to cover the pool deck! September 3, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stay Away Precisely applied per instructions last May and the product is peeling off in strips less than a year later. Rustoleum has already advised they are sending a refund (but based at the current price, not the more expensive cost from last year). The refund doesn't take into account all of the prep and application time to install, or the time it's going to take to strip what's left of of the product off the deck. Very dissatisfied. May 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by VERY Unhappy Followed instructions to the T. Applied last fall, this is what it looks like this spring. I haven't even had the chance to enjoy my deck. With a little chip exposed, my husband blows leaves off the deck, there goes chunks of the sealer. I will not have to sand and apply something else. Very expensive product, big guarantee, very dissatisfied. April 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Our deck was not in very good condition and we were considering tearing it down and replacing it. So far (only a week) it looks great! The splinters and cracks are completely covered and it looks great. It was easy to apply using the honeycomb rollers and cleans up with soap and water. May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Restore Deck and Concrete Resurfacer in California Rustic Used this product on both decks at our Mountain cabin that gets lots of snow and rain making the original stain coating very slippery. The Restore product works very well as advertised but is time consuming to apply. It is very thick, like concrete mix, so I applied it with the special roller very s-l-o-w-l-y right out of the 3.75 gallon can( its advertised as a 4 gallon??), if you go too fast the stuff spatters all over. Be sure to seal the edges of the deck boards FIRST with matching stain as this product will not go in between the boards and you will be left with unsightly edges! Also, attempting to trim with a brush is not very pretty- try using the smaller roller as much as possible- I even cut down a large roller to make a couple of the smaller rollers as my HD store didn't carry them. We used 4 buckets to cover 420 square feet on the front deck and almost 4 buckets to cover the 370 square feet on the rear deck including steps. The finished product after 2 coats looks very good- 2 coats are a must! I also filled in my screw holes by dabbing a small amount of the product in each hole the day before rolling on the first coat. It appears to dry to the touch within a few hours (can walk on) but needs several days to totally dry before putting furniture or barbecues on. On the negative side, one bucket only covers 100 square feet with 2 coats making this product on the expensive side, but the results are worth it! Can't wait to see how it holds up to snow! Get all of your product from one store- we found different stores used different colorants and they didn't match! October 20, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by HOT!!!! I used this product on a lower deck and upper deck leading to swimming pool. It was alot of work but it looks beautiful. This material gets "extremely" hot after the sun has been on it for a while. You can not walk on it barefoot, which is what you do around a pool. I am very unhappy with this aspect of the material. I would not recommend this product for a swimming pool deck area where children will be playing. I have seen other peoples applications where it is peeling and flaking . It looked to me like they only put on one coat and the instructions clearly say to put on two. I applied 2 thick coats and so far I only have some flaking on the ends of deck boards. June 13, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Avoid this, unless you want to re-coat as often as you previously did We went absolutely by the book with our application of Restore on an older deck--scraped, prepared the surface with the Rustoleum cleaner and a pressure washer, studied weather forecasts for the proper conditions, on and on. Application went as advertised and coverage was exactly as advertised. For the first 6 months, the product looked fantastic. After 1 year, the product is lifting in multiple places (properly prepared places), and will need to be scraped off & re-coated. Do not waste your time and effort on this stuff, unless you plan to waste your time and effort on a yearly basis (wait, isn't that what you do with conventional stain at a fraction of the cost?). June 13, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very disappointed I purchased 20 gallons of this product based on how it was advertised. Not only was it extremely difficult to apply, but it did not even last one year. After 3 months we discovered large pieces flaking off and are now still dealing with pieces chipping off our deck, exposing the deck as it was before we started. We had 5 weeks of dry weather and I was pretty excited, as it looked great after we initially applied it. This was a deck that had weathered wood, but was worth trying to restore rather than replace. Now I have to either try to scrap what is left on the deck and do something else, or just replace the wood all together. This product is the opposite of how it was advertised. July 3, 2014
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