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RESTORE 4-gal. Driftwood Deck and Concrete 10X Resurfacer

Deck and Concrete Restore 10X is a problem solving coating formulated to repair beautify and protect. It is ideal for old previously coated wood, bare wood, brushed concrete and most synthetic decking with proper surface preparation. 10X is ten time thicker than ordinary paint.
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does 4 gal. cover 100sq.ft with one or two coats

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July 1, 2013
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RestorePro
July 1, 2013
One 4 gallon bucket of Deck & Concrete Restore will cover approximately 100 sq ft with 2 coats, depending on the condition of your surface.
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SLDM
Oklahoma
May 6, 2014
yes it will 2 coats easily!
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Can Restore be used on a house foundation?

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Terrie
Nashville, TN
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June 18, 2013
We are going to paint the foundation of our house. Deck & concrete restore sounds like a great product to use. I know it can b e used on flat surfaces. Can it be used on foundations?
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June 19, 2013
Deck & Concrete Restore is only intended for use on horizontal surfaces, however our newest product, Vertical Restore, is perfect for this application.
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Can this be used to coat a raised brick and mortar patio? (Restore Product)

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JumpMaster
North Carolina
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May 26, 2013
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May 28, 2013
Unfortunately, this application would not be recommended. Deck & Concrete Restore is intended for application to stable wood and concrete surfaces only, and a brick and mortar patio is not considered stable because the pavers could come loose under the application.
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can restore be used on painted concrete

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June 9, 2013
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June 10, 2013
Restore will adhere to a previously painted surface if properly prepared. All peeling or flaking must be removed by stripping or sanding. Remove any algae, mold or embedded dirt. Glossy surfaces must be sanded. Surfaces that have been previously coated with a stain or water sealer that continue to bead water will require pressure washing or stripping to ensure good adhesion.
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is behr deckover paint the same as rust-oleum deck restore paint?

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George
Selbyville DE.
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May 23, 2013
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May 23, 2013
Not at all. Behr DeckOver is a heavy solid stain (3-4 times thicker than paint) whereas Restore is a thick, textured repair coating (10 times thicker than paint). Restore also locks down splinters and fills cracks up to 1/4".
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How do I repair bubbles on deck coated with restore 10X? What do I do before applying 2nd coat after inital has been on 3 weeks?

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silver city, new mexico
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October 4, 2014
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ChristineHDATL
Atlanta, Georgia
October 6, 2014
Hello!

Thank you for your question!

I talked to Rust-Oleum and the gentleman I spoke with said that there is an adhesion issue. He suggested that, wherever the bubbles are, sand the paint off with course sandpaper (60 grit). Then, patch it with Restore. If this does not work, please call Rust-Oleum technical support at 1-877-385-8155.

As long as the weather is above 50 degrees when you apply the second coat, the only thing you will have to do it make sure that the surface is clean and dry. If the temperature drops below 50 degrees, you will have to wait until the temperature rises.

Christine
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Will it work on damp, pressure treated wood. ?

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sk0118
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September 29, 2014
I have a patio/deck of old P/T that sits about 6 inches off the ground without any openings and so stays damp on the underside. I have tried Cabots solid deck stain which looks great but soon peels off.-
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