How to Choose the Best Deck Stain

Figuring how to choose the best deck stain for your deck staining project can be difficult. There are so many options, it can get overwhelming. Watch this video to see what’s important when choosing a deck stain.

5 Comments

  1. Rick Woedl says:

    Can use your product over an oil based deck stain? It has been over three years since we coated the deck. We used super deck stain before.

    • defyadmin says:

      Rick, you’ll need to use our Stain Stripper first to remove the oil stain. Leaving it on there could prevent our stain from penetrating properly.

  2. I need to refinish a deck that was previously white. I do not know, however, if the previous finish was paint or some type of opaque deck stain. In addition, I do not know if he was an oil or water based product. (Photos at: https://jimalbright.smugmug.com/Deckl/) I plan to pressure wash and sand the deck to remove the remnants of the previous finish. However, with the railings it will be difficult to remove all of the previous finish.I will pressure wash them and do some light sanding but this is probably all. My question is: Can I use your opaque white stain over the existing finish on the railings?

    Thanks,

    • defyadmin says:

      James, yes, you can use our opaque white stain over the existing finish as long as it is intact and still adhering to the wood.

  3. James Albright says:

    Thanks.

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