After rebuilding a large wooden deck 5 years ago, my wife and I started looking for something to protect my efforts and our investment. After checking out a variety of wood paints and stains on the internet and at the big box stores, I decided on the Behr Premium Solid Color Wood Stain. The finish the decorator, my wife, chose is called SC111 Wood Chip. After the pressure treated wood cured for a few months I rolled the stain on the deck. I did two coats and both went on quickly and easily. After more than two years I added railing around the deck and the deck finish still looked so good that I decided to use the same stain and purchased another 5 gallons to stain the railing to match the deck, which it did. At this point I should insert that we have three large dogs who are hard on any surface. I rolled and brushed the stain on the railing with great results. A year later I built a new cedar fence and decided to use a transparent cedar colored stain. Bad decision. It didn't look good from the beginning so after a year of looking at it I bought some more Behr Premium Wood Stain and this time I used an airless sprayer to apply the stain. It went on fast and easy, although I used a lot more stain than I expected would be required. The takeaway here is that brushing/rolling make the stain go a lot further. The proof, however, is in the pudding, our deck and fence recently experienced a brutal North Texas hail storm which destroyed our roof and vehicles and, although the fence had some small chunks taken out by the hail, the stain survived fine. Suffice it to say, this is THE ONLY stain I will use for all future wood projects.