Paint to ride!
Hope I spelled that right, Has anyone had any experience with this latex deck stain, will it hold up or should I stick with Cabot oil?
Acrylic solid body stains do peel I wouldnt use that product in a million years. One the other hand the acrylic latex toners or latex semi trans are great products. No matter how you look at it a deck needs power washed and stainned every 3 years. Sherwin Williams acrylic latex toners, and latex semi trans are great, they don't trap moisture or peel as long as your ph level is above 13% or something, anther words the sufrace needs to be completely dry for 3 days.Whatever you do, do not use an acrylic product on your decks. They will peel and if you have any warranty with your work, the repair will not be fun.
Yeah, I've used a lot of it out hereHas anyone had any experience with this latex deck stain, will it hold up or should I stick with Cabot oil?
I am going to stick with cabots, it last 3 to 5 years around here ny. I am just exploring new options, oils are fast disappearing and latex is taking over on exteriors like interiors already have.Yeah, I've used a lot of it out here
Lot's of people want the latex
If you must use latex, I guess it's not too bad
(As far as I know, it doesn't come in oil)
But it doesn't hold up nearly what Cabot's Oil does
Not around here anyway, it's pretty heinous on decks out here
Around here oil Cabots is good for about 3 years
Most quality latex stains about a year
I don't really like working with the Deckscapes either, but again, if you must use latex, I guess it's not too bad
Well, they have toSo why is Cabot's pushing their Acrylic stains so much lately if they suck so bad. According to the sales reps I talk to it's the best thing since... I don't oil based I guess. They say it's the greatest....