*Caution: Applying Ready Seal on wood that is not dried as recommended may lead to the stain not penetrating into the wood, as it should, and it may remain on the surface, making it vulnerable to washing away if it rains, or drying on the surface and flaking/peeling off later.
Water-based stains can be applied by brushing or spraying, and tools clean up easily with plain soap and water. As has been answered, Ready Seal recommends 2 coats.
Ready Seal is a genuine semi-transparent stain and seal that penetrates, providing protection on vertical surfaces up to 5 years and 2 to 4 years on horizontal surfaces(when applying the 2 coat protocol) inhibiting moisture with Natural Resins and some of the Finest Oils in the industry, mildewcide-fungicide protection
48 to 72 hoursAllow 48 to 72 hours of drying. Drying time will vary depending on temperature, humidity and surface porosity.
While latex or water-based stain will be dry in about 4 to 6 hours, your freshly stained deck needs at least 24-48 hours before it rains. Oil-based stains that usually dry in about 12 to 24 hours will require a minimum of 48 hours before the rain.
It is recommended that any interior surface sealed with Ready Seal be top coated with a clear varnish or polyurethane film-forming coating. *This is NEVER recommended for exterior projects.
First, ensure the deck is completely dry. Remember, no rain 24 hours before you apply stain and no rain 24 hours after the staining project. Assuming the deck is dry and thirsty for stain, it's time to make your deck amazing. When applying stain, a pad, brush, roller, or rag can be used to apply the stain.
Ready Seal Pre-tinted Clear Semi-transparent Exterior Wood and Sealer (5-Gallon)
If it rains within 48 hours of applying a treatment, the water will soak into the wood, and try and displace the stain. This can cause a blotchy, flaky look, rather than a smooth, even, coat. If it rains immediately after you've stained the wood, the stain will peel and flake off.
Yes. You can apply an additional coat of stain after 24 hours if you want a darker wood color, especially if the first coat takes longer to dry. Just be sure to apply the stain coat the same way you did the first, and wipe off the excess.
24 - 48 hoursFor best results, avoid staining at midday or in direct sunlight. If a second coat is required, wait 4 hours between applications. Depending on temperature and humidity, allow 24 - 48 hours of dry time before using your beautifully restored deck or porch.
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