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4 gal. 10X Advanced Timberline Deck and Concrete Resurfacer
  • Rust-Oleum Restore
  • Model 291544
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4 gal. 10X Advanced Timberline Deck and Concrete Resurfacer

$85.00 /each
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Model # 4655801

Internet #204109495

Rust-Oleum Restore 4-gal. Timberline Deck and Concrete 10X Resurfacer
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Discontinued Rust-Oleum Restore

4-gal. Timberline 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 available colors
  • 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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Does the deck need special cleaning or preperation.

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Crown Point Indiana
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May 20, 2014
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Definitely! Very Important! Pressure wash every thing you want to coat. If you use any sorts of cleaners, make sure that you pressure wash again to completely rinse and neutralize pH. Also very Important to let it all dry out after all the cleaning. Note the condition of your wood after that, sometimes you might find more rot or damaged wood after you blast away the dirt and rotten paint.
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May 20, 2014
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Absolutely, I just left a review stating that. I've had this stuff on a year and no problems. When i read all the bad reviews, I saw one thing all the time. Nobody sanded. We rented a belt sanded. Our wood was completely bare and porous.
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May 12, 2014
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Step 1 Light Repairs: Raised nail heads and/or screws should be secured before applying Deck & Concrete Restore 10X. 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 Read More
Step 1 Light Repairs: Raised nail heads and/or screws should be secured before applying Deck & Concrete Restore 10X. 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 10X. 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. Remove loose splinters and replace severely damaged or rotting boards. Fill larger cracks using RESTORE CRACK FILLER or similar acrylic, non-silicone filler. Allow to dry.
Step 2 Clean: Clean the surface using a brush and the Restore Deck & Concrete Cleaner. The surface must be completely clean and free of dirt, grease, mildew and organic growth to ensure product bonding and adhesion. For best results use a pressure washer to remove embedded dirt and grime. (Use at a low setting 500-1200 PSI. Do not use high pressure as it may harm the wood.) 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. Loose paint needs to be scraped or sanded (use 50 grit sand paper).
Step 3 TEST SURFACE BEFORE APPLICATION:
After cleaning the surface you MUST conduct a splash test to ensure proper adhesion. Previously applied sealers may be present on the deck and are not always visible. ALL EXISTING SEALERS, PAINTS, STAINS, WATER REPELLENTS OR OTHER FINISHES MUST BE REMOVED in order for Restore 10X to adhere properly. To check for the presence of these, conduct a splash test by sprinkling water on multiple areas of the surface. Check at least 4 areas, or more for larger areas. Be sure to check both high traffic areas such as walkways and non-traffic areas. If the water absorbs rapidly into the surface, the surface is ready to be coated. If the water beads, puddles or is not absorbed, the surface is sealed and not ready to coat. If the surface is sealed, remove the sealer/coating with a deck stripper or sand paper (use 50 grit). Clean again with a brush and Restore Deck & Concrete Cleaner and conduct the splash test again. Continue this process until the water is absorbed by the wood in all test areas. Let the surface dry completely before application. Failure to follow this process will result in poor adhesion and possible coating failure.
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May 9, 2014
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YES
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May 9, 2014
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Yes, I power wash the concrete and let it dry then I used Restore Deck & Concrete Cleaner and let it dry then I apply Restore 10X with Restore roller. The cleaner the better.
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Orange, Ca.
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May 8, 2014
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Hi Dane, I not sure what you mean by special cleaning or preparation
You should clean the deck with Restore deck and concrete cleaner.
This is just one step. I have listed a link below so you can read the entire list of the steps. This will help you decide if this is the product for your application.
http://rustoleumrestore.com/application-instructions/
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Will the material fade in color over time?

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How is the color going to hold up over time? Will it fade or transition to a different shade due to weathering? If yes, how long in direct sunlight is the color supposed to last?
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ENFIELD,CONNECTICUT
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May 13, 2015
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NO FADING HAS OCCURED IN MY DECKS OVER 3 YEARS BUT THE COATING HAS FAILED TO REMAIN ON AS IT CLAIMS EVEN THOUGH I HAVE FOLLOWED ALL MANUFACTURE INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREP AND APPLICATION I DO NOT RECOMMEND IT AS I ONCE DID
IT MAKES THE DECK LOOK VERY NICE , GETS EXTREMELY HOT AND ONLY LASTS ABOUT A YEAR
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Norwich,ct.
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July 25, 2014
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I didn't notice any and with touching up a couple of years latter
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May 9, 2014
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NO
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May 8, 2014
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Since the stuff is already coming off my deck is sheets after only 8 months, I don't think there will be any left on the deck to see if it fades over time.
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West Chester, OH
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April 25, 2014
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You probably will not see it because this paint will flake away prior to fading. Mine flaked badly after one year after the application.
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April 15, 2014
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No, the color of Restore 10X will not fade over time. The surface can become dirty and thus look like the color has changed, however this can be prevented by doing routine cleaning/maintenance on the surface.
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How often is it expected that you will need to reapply this?

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Is it like normal stain that will need to be reapplied every few years?
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Norwich,ct.
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July 25, 2014
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With a very old deck,I didn't a little touch the following year.Our deck was old and the deck boards had a lot of splits,this stuff worked great
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Since it starts peeling off your deck within 6 months, you probably should plan to reapply it every 6 months.
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West Chester, OH
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Every year.
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apparently every other month because that's when it will start peeling.
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Upstate New York
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December 3, 2013
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From my experience, about once every few months. The coating does not last very long - mine is peeling off with every foot step.
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December 2, 2013
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Deck & Concrete Restore is 10 times thicker than standard paint and will last for 10-12+ years.
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The color example here shows a speckled color which I like, is that accurate?

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Portland Oregon
August 13, 2013
Rather than a solid textured color does it have large pixels of color?
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What you are looking at in this pic is the texture finish if you don't brush it out with a paint brush after you roll it on with a textured roller.
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August 14, 2013
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The color is the same through out the material. Due to the texture of the surface, it absorbs the light in various ways, creating shadows, giving it the effect you see.
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The color is the same all the way through the material. What you see is the various surfaces in the texture which is absorbing and reflecting the light, giving it the appearance of various colors.
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The speckles are not different colors, What you are seeing is the textured surface, Although it may seem like different colors, it is just the various parts of the texture, which is very thick and absorbs the light.
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Restore is a solid color with a beautiful texture. The best way to get a good idea of what the product looks like would be to visit your local retail store and check out the display. There are sample color chips on each display so you can get an idea of what the product and its texture will look like once applied to your deck or patio.
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The color is not speckled, its a solid color. Once applied it has a rough gritty surface, thats what you seevin the pic.
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 88 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Shocked and highly upset I was so excited about the potential for this deck restoration product. I followed the directions of prepping the deck, cleaning with the suggested materials by Home Depot Staff. I found the application to be simple. The product went on smooth and looked great. I waited the suggested timeframe to dry and applied a second coat giving it a remarkable look. That was Nov. 2014. It is now Feb. 2015 and my deck is horrible. The coating has chipped away and become sand like in texture. This deck is seldom used but I noticed that when walking on it, the coating easily chips away. I was shocked at the way it has turned out. I would not recommend this product as I purchased about $300 worth of materials for this product with junk to show for it. February 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Difficult to apply, and then peeled off! This stain was somewhat difficult to apply because it is so thick. However, we had high hopes that it would be really durable as a result. After a little over 2 weeks curing in really decent weather (most days in the 70s), upon the first rain and slight dip in temps it peeled off in chunks. They are sending us replacement tubs, but we will have to endure a winter with it looking not so great and will wait until spring to try to repair this issue. And then of course have to cross our fingers that it doesn't peel off again after all that work. Super disappointed with the product. November 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it Do not hesitate on buying this! We read all reviews prior to purchasing and were hesitant to try. If you read instructions and apply as directed, you will have no problems. Our deck is 10x25 and we used 2 - 4 gal. buckets & 1 gal. matching stain for two coats. We decided to keep the surface rough as it wasn't as rough as some reviews stated. We used 2 rollers, but one would of been ok. The thickness is about the same as tile grout. We did need to paint with a brush between the 3/4" cracks as it did not drip between like we thought it may. Extremely pleased with the results of the product. Color is Fieldstone. July 14, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of money. not durable I did extensive research before redoing my deck. The reivews on this looked good. The only issue seemed to be its difficulty in applying. to prep our deck, we power washed, then scraped then sanded loose areas then power washed again. It wasn't too bad to apply. That was Sept 2013. After the winter , the deck is peeling, cracking and chipping. it looks horrible. My research shows MANY similar issues. This product is horrible. Clearly, they have a quality problem. That's likely why customer service hasn't responded to my inquiries. it is getting worse daily April 20, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by VERY disappointed I researched this stuff before I bought it. I followed the instructions to the letter: I washed with the Restore wash, I sanded the parts that needed sanding, I applied it between the optimal temps, I let it dry between coats, I let it dry the specified amount of time before walking on it or placing furniture on it. At first it was perfect! It was a great finish and the best color. Now, less than 3 months later, it is cracking and bubbling and peeling up. This stuff isn't cheap and our deck isn't small. I feel like I threw away time and money with this product!! November 18, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed in results All looks lovely; love the color; however, the least little movement of anything removes the Restore color. I will spend the rest of my life 'touching up' June 18, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by WE would have never did it if they didnt tell us to We called restore and talked with them and they told us we could apply their product over another product and told them exactly what it was. We ask them if we could seal their product and they said just use any old water based sealer. This was not a good product to go over other products. This was not a good product to be sealed. It is cracking and bubbling everywhere. The sealer changed the color. The support staff completely misguided us. November 1, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Peels after 4-5 months! We were excited about this product. Took before and after pics that looked awesome. Did the pre-wash as instructed. Took 2 weekends [pre wash one weekend - application second weekend to make sure it was fully dry] About 4-5 months after we completed the project - the stuff started peeling up. This deck does not get much use either - so it's not like there was a lot of furniture scraping across the surface... February 1, 2014
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