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Old 09-07-2014, 02:50 PM   #21
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Rustoleum deck restore is the product that failed on me....Not deck over...we used once....customer applied it late last fall in a small spot on his deck to see if it lasted....it did and we used it on one of the first jobs this year....
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Old 09-07-2014, 03:16 PM   #22
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It's a product that promises incredible results. Clearly aimed at luring in gullible HOs looking for a quick, cheap fix for their deck issues. Hopefully, most pros know that when it seems too good to be true...
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If you look at the reviews for the Rustoleum Restore, Behr Deckover, and Olympic Rescue It, there are 5 star reviews raving about them right next to 1 star reviews with complaints. These products cost about $30 per gallon, $150 per 5.
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If you look at the reviews for the Rustoleum Restore, Behr Deckover, and Olympic Rescue It, there are 5 star reviews raving about them right next to 1 star reviews with complaints. These products cost about $30 per gallon, $150 per 5.
5 star reviews are usually written within a day or two of application. The remainder of the trash reviews are written 3-6 months later. Absolutely the best products for ruining a deck.
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I would personally place wording in the contract you sign with the customer that states you are not responsible for the product the customer requested to save you from being sued. I would also state in the contract the common complaints of these products. But I would totally take the job, but advise and in the written contract state these defects so if it ends up in a court of kangaroo (a.k.a. law) it would be duly noted and you will not be held liable for the customers gullible-ness.
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ITS HORRIBLE! With an open time of about 15 seconds at 70 degrees...surface temp. GARBAGE. And god forbid you have to sand anything out. Like a homeowners attempt at filling deck screw holes....1500 sq ft of screwholes....with the product before finish. When that didnt look right he decided maybe he needed a professional... What an absolute nightmare....

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