Storm Shield 5 Gallon

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STORM SHIELD® is a unique combination of resins and pigments that enhances the natural beauty and warmth of old and new wood. The 100% acrylic system makes it user friendly, environmentally safe and easy to clean up with soap and water.

STORM SHIELD® provides superior water repellency and maximum protection from premature loss of color, surface mildew and water absorption. Powerful ultraviolet light screening chemicals reduce unsightly graying and loss of natural color.

STORM SHIELD® is available in SS601 Cedartone, SS602 Redwood, SS615 Honeytone and SS616 Rustic Oak. Colors may be intermixed.

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    TWP Stains · 05/02/2017
    Razz:
    Is your Storm Shield Wood Protectant similar to DEFY acrylic wood stain?

    Thank you

    This product is not available anymore.
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    Razz · 05/02/2017
    Is your Storm Shield Wood Protectant similar to DEFY acrylic wood stain?

    Thank you
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    TWP Stains · 06/20/2015
    bambridge:
    Just ordered 101, we get snow,hail,ice here. How often do I treat the deck once this product is applied. Applying on used deck wood .

    Every 2-3 years is normal.
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    Brad Ambridge · 06/19/2015
    Just ordered 101, we get snow,hail,ice here. How often do I treat the deck once this product is applied. Applying on used deck wood .
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    TWP Stains · 04/12/2015
    Mike Kris:
    Thank you, I have a partial of 5gal left for the raise bed. I see the 1500 is available. Can I apply over the SS on my deck with the 1500? Thanks again - Mike

    No, you would have to remove the Storm Shield first. Use the RAD stripper and pressure washing. Apply the brightener when done.
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    Mike Kris · 04/11/2015
    Thank you, I have a partial of 5gal left for the raise bed. I see the 1500 is available. Can I apply over the SS on my deck with the 1500? Thanks again - Mike
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    TWP Stains · 04/11/2015
    Mike Kris:
    Is it safe to use SS with raised garden beds for vegetables?

    Yes but we do not sell the Storm Shield anymore.
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    Mike Kris · 04/11/2015
    Is it safe to use SS with raised garden beds for vegetables?
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    TWP Stains · 04/08/2014
    Ray B:
    What does the clear protect against if not graying?
    Everything else. Water, mold, etc
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    Ray B · 04/08/2014
    What does the clear protect against if not graying?
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    TWP Stains · 04/08/2014
    No clear in Storm Shield and clear sealers have zero UV protection from graying. Must have a tint for UV protection. There is a clear in the 100 Series and 1500 Series.
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    Ray B · 04/08/2014
    Our HOA only allows us to seal our fence using a clear sealer. Do you guys make one preferably in this heavy Storm Shield?
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    TWP Stains · 08/16/2012
    Both would work well but I would prefer the 1500 Series.
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    Jack · 08/16/2012
    In OKC area, which will protect better; your 1500 or Storm
    Shield? The wood is bare & dry...doesn\'t look like it has been treated in years.
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    TWP Stains · 11/05/2011
    No you cannot add a clear sealer on top. You can do a light cleaning and put on another coat in the Spring. Being that this is IPE, you will need to re coat annually.

    Glad it turned out so well!
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    Gene · 11/05/2011
    I should have added that the wood is ipe.
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    Gene · 11/05/2011
    We applied stripper and brightener to our porch and the bridge to it, and then put on two coats of the Storm Shield Rustic Oak. It looks absolutely gorgeous, and I want to show it off to everyone! I have a question about follow-up on it, though. With winter coming, should I add some kind of clear sealer over this now, to help protect the finish itself? If not that, I was thinking that I should probably at least apply another coat of the Storm Shield in the spring, before the sun starts hitting hard on it again, then maybe another coat another year down the road. Thoughts? (We live in the Sacramento area, with long, hot, dry summers)
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    scampbell · 06/14/2009
    I just applied the Defy Epoxy cedar tone this weekend and it looks fantastic! We had some strong thunderstorms about 24 hours after I applied it and when I checked in the morning the water had beaded up beautifully. Only complaint is that 5 gallons didn\'t provide nearly as much coverage as advertised so I\'ll be getting another 5 gallons this week.
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    Administrator · 01/26/2009
    I\'m glad it has worked well for you! The Defy Epoxy Stain is one of our best selling products.
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    lori · 01/25/2009
    We used the Defy Epoxy cedar color on our fence about 4 years ago. It lasted very well. This year we are going to do a light wash and recoat the fence. The video tutorials are very helpful;D