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Old 08-26-2017, 12:48 PM   #1
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Need advice! On rough cedar exterior porch ceiling - stain or not stain? Afraid the stain will lift the nap of the wood and make it look fuzzy.
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Old 08-26-2017, 08:06 PM   #2
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You need some Behr Antifro denapping conditioner followed by their stain and protectant in one.. it's called Behr deck over. So easy a diyer could do it.
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You need some Behr Antifro denapping conditioner followed by their stain and protectant in one.. it's called Behr deck over. So easy a diyer could do it.


Lol. Well, I guess that's one way of dealing with that kind of question.


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Old 08-27-2017, 12:43 AM   #4
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it was the best advice I could think of given the info.
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Makes sense seeing the product is Behr "Deck Over" as in ceiling!
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It has loads of ceiling technology, thats been my experience with it anyway.
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how big is the porch area? I just stripped, brightened, and stained a rough cut cedar garage door. It also had the fuzz on it so i took 80 grit on my bosch 6" and buffed the fuzz right off. Still looks and feels like rough cut.
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Appreciate the suggestion of Deck Over.
The front porch is 8 x 20. Covered deck is 14 x 25. Too much overhead sanding!
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If I were you, I'd seek at least a second opinion. Here's a good starting point for you.


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DECK-OVER! HA! You people are MEAN!
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