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9 in. Tear Resistant Deck and Stain Pad Refill

  • Perfect for paint, stain, polyurethane and other coatings
  • Prevents dripping and pooling and provides clean coverage
  • Use on decks, fences, hardwood floors, concrete and more
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Product Overview

Shur-Line Durable Tear Resistant Deck pad refill for use with Model #3955108 & #2005765 Deck Pad Tool. Provides even coverage and less splatter. Use with all paints and stains on decks, siding, hardwood floors, fences, concrete, and brick. It is designed to prevent dripping and pooling to achieve a smooth, accurate line, with even/full coverage. Ideal for use with stain, polyurethane, and other hardwood floor or deck coatings WITHOUT linting!
  • Use with paint, stain, polyurethane and other hardwood floor or deck coatings without linting
  • Designed to prevent dripping and pooling for even coverage and accuracy
  • Tear resistant pads help prevent ripping due to screws, nails or rough wood
  • Faster than a roller smoother than a brush and perfect for decks, siding, fences, concrete and brick

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1 in
Product Height (in.)
4.5 in
Product Width (in.)
9 in

Details

Applicator/Tool Type
Pad
Features
Durable Construction,Reusable
For Use On
Deck,Wood
For Use With
All Paint Types
Handle Material
No Handle
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Kit
No
Pad/Edger Product Type
Replacement Painting Pad
Paint Tool Product Type
Applicator/Tool
Product Weight (lb.)
0.201 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Wall Types
Semi-rough/rough

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
no warranty

Questions & Answers

5Questions16Answers

Can the deck pad be cleaned and reused? If so what solvent?

Asked by Dave June 18, 2020
2
Answers

These pads can be cleaned and reused. The type of cleaner used to wash them will be dependent on the type of paint used.

is the deck included?

Asked by Bob June 9, 2020
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How do you apply stain to the pad? How do you eliminate excess stain from the pad?

Asked by Dee April 15, 2020
5
Answers

Get a paint pan and fill it til the bottom reservoir is full. Dip the pad in, then mush it down on the "washboard" area above the reservoir and you will see the excess stain leach out of the pad. I found that when I applied my stain quite generously on my deck boards I had very little waste. The pad, when it's not falling off the frame, does a good job of applying the stain.

How exactly does the lock tab work to keep the pad from sliding off?

Asked by SushiBreath August 29, 2019
4
Answers

LIFT THE TAB UP TO ALLOW THE PAD TO SLIDE ON THE HOLDER. IT LOCKS INTO THE GROOVE ON THE PAD

Can I use this 9 inch DECK pad to apply paint to an interior wall with your 7 inch paint pad hand...

Asked by frank February 9, 2017
5
Answers

I'd be reluctant to use it for interior painting. Perfect for more rough deck staining, handles nail heads relatively well, but take the time to pound them down before using the applicator.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 204 reviews
  • 80% recommend this product
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Just to clarify, I bought the plastic applicator/replacement pad combo that screws onto the end o...
Just to clarify, I bought the plastic applicator/replacement pad combo that screws onto the end of a paint pole, plus the relacement pads. Regardless, I had issues will all components. Giving this 2 stars as I was able to finish staining the deck, but not without complete aggravation. The clip that is supposed to lock the replaceable pad in place to keep it from moving side to side is junk (see picture). Any slight movement aside from pushing the pad forwards and back will cause the pad to move right or left and eventually it slide off the frame. I bought 4 of these in the same purchase and it was an issue with all four, so it wasn't just a fluke with one of them. Oddly enough, I happened to be at one of HD's competitors (will not mention names but it rhymes with Flowes, just remove the "F") and they had a replacement pad (WHIZZ 3.5-in x 7-in Foam Paint Pad). The width was 2" smaller than the SHURLINE replacement pad, but WHIZZ pad appeared to fit the same on the pad applicator frame (same locking joints). I bought it on a whim and I it worked like a champ! It locked into place securely and never once fell off. So to summarize, when I have to stain the deck again I will keep the SHURLINE plastic applicator frame and use the WHIZZ 3.5-in x 7-in Foam Paint Pads instead of buying the SHURLINE replacement pads.
by GWGibbons
Response from World & MainJun 4, 2020
We're sorry to hear you're having difficulty with your Shur-Line product. Shur-Line’s customer service can be reached at customerservice@h2brands.com.
3 people found this helpful
It made the application of the stain very effortless. The applicator allowed you to apply genero...
It made the application of the stain very effortless. The applicator allowed you to apply generous amount of stain to fill in voids and imperfections. The finished surface was smooth to the touch and the appears was like glass
by HomeDepotCustomer
Used these 9" pad over past 15 years and you just can't beat them. I have painted rough sawned ce...
Used these 9" pad over past 15 years and you just can't beat them. I have painted rough sawned cedarwood siding with great coverage and speed. I have two decks one is just over 1100 sq. feet and the performance-coverage was again outstanding when applying a solid color stain. The smaller deck is also one I just finished applying two coats in just four hours. I have had just one issue and that is I bought an extra pad four years ago as a just in case spare. Well when I used it this year on another deck the pad started falling apart, yes old age i guess. So unless you plan on using any spare pads within a 6-9 month period fine, otherwise return take them back! Good luck on your painting/staining project & thanks for reading my review.
by Rooster
5 people found this helpful
More cost efficient than using a paint sprayer! If you have the time and patience, this is the wa...
More cost efficient than using a paint sprayer! If you have the time and patience, this is the way to go. I used this for my fence and it gave the fence a nice, even coat. Only con was a piece of it snagged on the wood and it started falling apart afterwards, so I had to buy another one...but overall it did an excellent job!
by Ash
2 people found this helpful
I used this to spread oil based sealer over 250'...
I used this to spread oil based sealer over 250' of real rock patio stones. It was just good for two coats before it started tearing due to the rock edges wearing it down. VERY happy with this pad. I'm assuming when I do my cedar deck in a month or so, this pad will hold up very well on the far smoother surface.
by Paddy
This little deck refillable deck pad made my work so...
This little deck refillable deck pad made my work so much faster. Cut the time down of brushing. A brush is still needed in the cracks in my opinion. Does a good job stayed in tacked while applying to smooth wood boards.
by Painter
Didn't have a need for the refill since the original...
Didn't have a need for the refill since the original attachment and pad that came with it did the job and worked great applying TWP clear oil sealant on my deck.
by KCPetite1
by MARGARET
by Lynnco
These were really tough on a wooden shingle house....
These were really tough on a wooden shingle house.
by Woody
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