|Container Size||1 Quart||Coverage Area (sq. ft.)||100 sq ft|
|Application||Wood Deck Stain & Sealer||Application Method||Brush, Pad|
|Base Material||Oil Based||Color Family||Clear|
|Color/Finish||Clear||Dry to Touch (min.)||720|
|Interior/Exterior||Exterior||Maximum Optimal Temperature (F)||85|
|Minimum Optimal Temperature (F)||45||Number per Package||1|
|Paint/Stain Clean Up||Mineral Spirits||Paint/Stain Features||UV/Fade Resistant|
|Recommended Number of Coats||1||Returnable||90-Day|
|Stain & Sealer In One||Yes||Substrate Condition||Finished Wood, Old/Reclaimed Wood, Pressure Treated Wood, Unfinished Wood|
|Substrate/Surface Material Use||Wood||Surface Location||Deck, Fence|
|Time before recoating (hours)||0||Transparency||Clear|
|Vertical/Horizontal||Vertical / Horizontal|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Customer Satisfaction. Manufacturer will replace product or refund purchase price upon proof of purchase and defect documentation.|
A: Preserva Wood cannot make any claim regarding the prevention of mold and mildew. Only a "registered pesticide" such as Copper Green can make that claim. We use a biocide that protects our natural oils and resins from fungal attack, however as dirt and pollen accumulate on the surface of your wood, then mold and mildew can grow in those places. The key to preventing mold and mildew is to clean your fence on an annual basis.
A: Probably not. In order to work properly, Preserva Wood must be able to soak into the wood. If you have already applied teak oil to your teak wood, then it is probably saturated with oil. In that case, the additional Preserva Wood will cure on the surface of the wood. This would result in a shiny/tacky surface.
A: No, it is not tintable.
A: If you think the rabbits will chew on the wood, we suggest that you not stain the wood.