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1 gal. #SC-330 Redwood Solid Color Waterproofing Exterior Wood Stain and Sealer

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  • Recommended for properly prepared old, damaged wood
  • Solid Color covers imperfections with a beautiful color finish
  • Durable water repellent finish protects exterior wood surfaces
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The BEHR Premium Solid Color Waterproofing Stain and Sealer is an advanced 100% acrylic formula that delivers all-weather protection from the elements for up to 10 years on decks and 25 years on fences and siding. The product is self-priming and delivers excellent protection from the sun's harmful UV rays. This wood stain will hide imperfections and signs of aging wood and is also a great choice to refresh the color on composite decks.
  • Covers up to 400 sq. ft. per gallon with 2 coats recommended
  • For decks, fences and siding
  • Resists rain after 4 hours
  • Enhanced mildew resistant finish
  • Easy to apply
  • Soap and water clean up
  • Low temperature application
  • Online Price includes a PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, NY, OR, RI, VT, WA
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TransparencySolidSolidSolidSolid
Container Size1 Gallon1 Gallon1 Gallon1 Gallon
Paint/Stain FeaturesLow Temperature,Mildew Resistant,UV/Fade Resistant,WaterproofLow Temperature,Mildew Resistant,UV/Fade Resistant,WaterproofLow Temperature,Mildew Resistant,UV/Fade Resistant,WaterproofLow Temperature,Mildew Resistant,UV/Fade Resistant,Waterproof
Base MaterialAcrylicAcrylicAcrylicAcrylic
Surface LocationFence,Furniture,PatioDeck,Fence,FurnitureDeck,Fence,FurnitureDeck,Fence,Furniture
Stain & Sealer In OneYesYesYesYes
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)400300300300
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  • 4.4
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  • 72%recommend this product
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Wrong color--hideous
If you have a redwood deck, you will likely be greatly disappointed by the color described as "redwood." This is closer to a hideous orange. I wish I had not bought it. The color on the can is nowhere close to what's inside. It is such a mismatch that I wonder if it was mislabeled. While applying, I kept hoping the color would change, but, alas, it did not. A friend used the redwood "transparent" version, and it looks great--dark brown--like it should. This stain is awful, but I'm stuck now.
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    So far so good
    I rebuilt my deck of 20+ years with new deck boards, steps and other boards that needed replacing. It was a yucky black mess. After that I powerwashed the entire deck showing nice clear lumber, after a week in the sun you could almost not tell the difference between the old boards and the new ones. I say this because the paint guy said I would have to use a solid color on the rails to match it all up. I applied two coats on the floor of the deck with a pad using a brush to get between the boars and fill any cracks. The pads are the way to go. Easy Peasy! First coat was inconsistent, but the second really looks good. I did one coat on the rails and they look fine. So far so good. Water is beading up and it's standing up to some wear and tear it's bound to get. After a couple of months it's darkening a little and looking good. It's not that deep dark redwood color, but it's nice. The only downside is some of the preservative in the lumber is coming thru in a few spots. I don't fault the paint for that.
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      Terrible. Looks like red paint.
      Ruined my beautiful new fence. Used a professional sprayer. Not semi-transparent at all. Looks like I painted my fence red. Kept thinking it would lighten up as it soaked in and dried. Huge mistake.
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      Response from BehrAug 15, 2022
      Hi AJinNC, thank you for your review. I'm sorry to hear that the finish looks solid. This is not typical, and I can understand your disappointment. We recommend applying two coats at the recommended spread rate for best results. Customer satisfaction is important to us, and we appreciate your feedback. Please reach out to us directly if you need further assistance; our customer care team is happy to help you! -Giovanna Behr
        Should be called ugly orange paint
        Did the two coat on my beautiful redwood deck and this stain completely ruined it. It’s literally orange paint. Looks nothing like my beautiful redwood. The only thing worse than this stain will be the process of removing it. And yes, I applied it correctly. Former professional painter. My only mistake was thinking it would dry looking better.
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        Response from BehrJul 25, 2022
        Hi Mike, thank you for your review. I’m sorry to hear that the color did not turn out as expected. Customer satisfaction is important to us, and we appreciate your feedback. Please reach out to us directly if you need further assistance; our customer care team is happy to help you! -Giovanna Behr
          consistent coverage, uniform application
          I used a cheap stain on a platform deck I built a few years ago. I let the new PT wood dry for a few months in the summer, but it never took the stain. Now most of the old stain has peeled off, and I used the semi-transparent Behr to restain. Went on beautifully. If you are working with new wood or a new deck, you are much better off waiting until it dries out before applying any stain. Very happy with this product.
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            • Recommended
            Color color was perfect better than the other 1 that I bought the other week
            Acer to Purvis I need it it actually spread it pretty good
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            • Recommended
            Love ❤️ this color
            I think this is the perfect color for my deck. It has the right amount of thickness and gloss.
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              • Recommended
              BEHR Redwood Semi-Transparent Wood Stain & Sealer
              Applied on redwood tongue and groove fence boards. The stain went on pretty easily and kind of dark as you'll see in the first pic. I applied only one coat pretty generously and did wipe the wood down the following day with a rag but that didn't change the darkness. The color lightened up on it's own after a couple of weeks of absorption. I like it. Only time will tell how well it holds up in weather, but the pics should give you a good idea of the color on fresh redwood boards.
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                • Recommended
                Perfect for my picnic table
                The color came out perfectly.
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                • Recommended
                YUCK color. Don't make my mistake.
                This is for the Behr Semi-Transparent REDWOOD stain. I picked this up because I didn't really like the a "cedar" stain I purchased previously. I thought this might look ok against my old brick house. It doesn't. In fact, it looks like I'm trying to open a new color scheme for McDonald's with a "southwest flair" with this red-orange paint they call a stain. At $45/gallon, the LEAST they could do is post accurate photos.
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                Response from BehrApr 18, 2022
                Hi there, thank you for the review. Sorry to hear that the Semi-Transparent Redwood Stain looked more like a red-orange paint instead of stain. The color of the wood can influence how the color will turn out. Customer satisfaction is important to us, and we appreciate your feedback. Please reach out to us directly if you need further assistance; our customer care team is happy to help you! -Ronald Behr
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