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Old 11-16-2013, 11:44 AM   #21
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I'll be interested to see how the arborcoat holds up. Keep us posted.
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Looking at the finished pic again, are those lap marks in the bottom left? Arborcoat will do that...
BM suggested to use extender in it but I couldn't this time of year. I see what you mean, hard to tell as i took the pic as soon as I got done applying that day. I have to go back next week to get some metal doors from him to spray. I'll take another pic and see how it looks dry. I've heard that about arborcoat though.
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I'll be interested to see how the arborcoat holds up. Keep us posted.
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Any arborcoat users have input on the clear? BM suggested it but said it wasn't required.
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Any arborcoat users have input on the clear? BM suggested it but said it wasn't required.

Interesting, I haven't talked to my local BM about it (as I don't use their paint) but the TDS says the clear is required which is the main reason I've held off on trying it. Thought it might be hard to sell a deck product that requires more labor than other stains. But I like the idea of only having to use a clear for maintenance coats.
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Interesting, I haven't talked to my local BM about it (as I don't use their paint) but the TDS says the clear is required which is the main reason I've held off on trying it. Thought it might be hard to sell a deck product that requires more labor than other stains. But I like the idea of only having to use a clear for maintenance coats.
That's what I read as well. If I had any desire to do more with decks I'd probably push arborcoat more and set up a maintenance schedule. I guess the clear supposedly takes the grunt of the abuse.
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You sound exactly like me 2-3 years ago on here. Do some searches on Arborcoat. Some good, some bad.
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You sound exactly like me 2-3 years ago on here. Do some searches on Arborcoat. Some good, some bad.
Lol I see products that are new to me can be challenging. What are your opinions/experiences on arborcoat?
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I didn't realize the arbor coat clear had wax in it. That rules that out.
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I like Pittsburgh's sun proof clear the best.
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