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Old 05-06-2008, 12:36 PM   #1
 
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I am looking at a deck which was previously stained (solid color). Some peeling but actually pretty stable. I don't want to strip completely and the customer wants a solid stain again anyway. Just curious as to your opinions between Hirshfields vs. SW for this application (Minnesota - east and south facing)
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Check out Flood Solid
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I use Cabots Oil Solid
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Not familiar with Hirschfields
Not impressed with SW (deck stain)

I do use Cabots, but in this case I would spec Sikkens Rubold DEK
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How high is the deck off the ground?
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Not familiar with Hirschfields
Not impressed with SW (deck stain)

I do use Cabots, but in this case I would spec Sikkens Rubold DEK
Sikkens Solid is good stuff coat a few bucks more the Cabots thats for sure but I would second the use of that as well

http://www.nam.sikkens.com/product.c..._category=deck
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i think cabot's is a good recommendation too. better than sw i think
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