Hi Susie, Thank you for writing in. Behr Premium Semi-Transparent Waterproofing Wood Stain & Sealer has a 1-hour recoat time. A longer dry time may be necessary in cooler weather/high humidity. The full cure time is 72 hours, but the stain can withstand light foot traffic after 24-48 hours. I hope this information was helpful. Please feel free to reach out with any additional questions you may have. Best of luck with your project! ~Doris
Hi Dave, No. 5077 is the base number of our Premium Semi-Transparent Waterproofing Wood Stain & Sealer, which can be tinted to different colors and must be tinted before use. This specific product listing is for Premium Semi-Transparent Waterproofing Wood Stain & Sealer No. 5077 tinted to Cordovan Brown ST-104 (the very dark brown color pictured above). Your stain container should have a color formula sticker on it, it's usually placed on the lid. That color formula sticker should have the name that your stain was tinted to. Please feel free to contact Behr directly for further assistance. Kindest regards, Doris
Hi blt - Thank you for your question. This wood stain can be topcoated with a water-based clear coating. You may want to reach out to your local Home Depot for some suggestions on a product that would work for your project. Best - Sara
I would test a spot first. Not sure.
Actually i used spray gun to stain wood stain,. Last time i used almost 18 gallon and my staining guy was telling me that we need almost 17-18 gallon but i finsihed my project in 12 gallon. i think my fence is more than 2500 square feet areas.
It does not stick to painted surfaces. It just makes them look dirty.
I used it on the pressure treated posts on our deck and it works great!
Hi alessio, Thanks for reaching out! As it turns out, our wood stains are only recommended for exterior use due to the mildewcide in them. I recommend working with your local Home Depot to find an interior wood stain. Best of luck with your project! ~Doris
If its new wood you'll need at least two coats -- I needed four.
Hi purpledoor1, Thanks for writing in! You might like a neutral color such as Taupe (ST-153) which will pair well with the house, and let the surrounding accents pop. Chatham Fog (ST-154) is another shade that will create the same feel. Hope this helps, and good luck on your project! Best, Jeanette P.