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Behr Solid Color Stain

Posted by blakeas (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 13, 10 at 9:31

Last year around this time, I bought the behr solid color stain for my deck. Did all the prep work and have been satified. A year later and I see chips in the stain, spots, etc. Do I need to resand all the way down? or can I just put another coat on top? What is the correct procedure?


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RE: Behr Solid Color Stain

Do Not use anything with behr on the lable. J.


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RE: Behr Solid Color Stain

I already did, last year. I am asking now that I have chips do I have to resand or can I put a new coat down?


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RE: Behr Solid Color Stain

You can either do like the ol song Put the lime in the Coconut, that is do the same thing that caused the problem in the first place all over again.

Or you can strip off that bogas finish completley that = md80,oxalic wash,finish sanding with an orbital 80 grit, two coats quality finish. J.


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RE: Behr Solid Color Stain

John,
What would be your preference in quality solid color stains. I've used Thompsons in the past, but it is no longer available or I can't find it in my area. VOC's I'm guessing. I never had it flake. It just gradually wore away until it needed recoating.


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RE: Behr Solid Color Stain

I use twp 100 series these guys sell good product as well

wooddefender.com
woodrich-brand.com J.


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thanks


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