Deck Stain Photo Albums
See our collection of Deck and Wood Stain Photo Galleries Below.
See our collection of Deck and Wood Stain Photo Galleries Below.
Some new solid color stains have been introduced in the last few years and are better than previous brands due to enhancements in technology. Less wear and peeling when tested.
We always appreciate your input, so feel free to leave a comment below with pictures of your solid deck stain projects.
For more info, see our article: The Best Solid Color Deck Stains
See our collection of a good deal of exterior wood and deck stain photo galleries. Some Wood and Deck Stain Photo Galleries are showing top stain brands, and some are showing deck staining failures. Most of the deck and wood stain photos have come from consumer comments on this site and other review sites. If you have questions, please comment below. Deck Stain Photos
Deck Stain Pictures Album Deck stains have not changed much in the past few years. Many brands have gone away from oil-based stains to water-based, but you are still able to use oil-based stains in all US States and Canada. We currently restore about 300-400 decks annually, and our favorites are the penetrating semi-transparent and semi-solids. You can read the full article here on the: Different Types of Deck Stains
Semi-Transparent Deck Stain Picture Album We have been using deck stains now for 25+ years and reviewing them on DeckStainHelp.com since 2012. Our favorite stains have always been the penetrating semi-transparent stains as they last for 2-3 years, do not peel, and can be cleaned and reapplied without the heavy lifting of power sanding and insurance scrapping. For more info, see our article: The Best Semi-Transparent Deck Stains
Semi-Solid Deck Stain Picture Album We have been using deck stains now for 25+ years and reviewing them on DeckStainHelp.com since 2012. In the past 5+ years, we have used more and more of the semi-solid stains and colors. The major reason is that the higher the solid content, the better the UV protection from fading. Semi-Solid wood and deck stains allow the wood grain to show slightly and if they truly soak into the wood grain, reapplying is much easier down the road. For more info, see our article: The Best Semi-Solid Color Deck Stains
Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain Picture Album Restore-A-Deck Semi-Transparent Wood Stain is an advanced, water-based, semi-transparent stain formulation designed to penetrate deep into wood pores for maximum protection and longevity. Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain protects the wood from harmful UV rays and damage caused by water penetration. Restore-A-Deck Semi-Transparent Wood Stain is safe to use, has a low odor, and is easy to clean up with soap and water. It is ideal for all wood types including pressure-treated pine, cedar, fir, or redwood For more info, see our article: Restore-A-Deck Wood Stain Review
TWP 100 Series Picture Album Hearing from consumers who have used the TWP 100 Series wood stain, their decks have held up to the test of time and weather after this harsh winter. TWP is one of our top go-to stains as deck restoration contractors and we have been using it for 20+ years. Overall Score TWP 100 Series Stain at 2 Year Period: 8.5 – TWP is one of our most commonly used stains. We have applied the TWP 100 Series to many 1000’s of decks and rarely have an issue. Easy to apply and easy to reapply when the time comes. There are a few other stains that are as good, but as of yet, no other product has…
TWP 1500 Series Picture Album TWP 1500 Series is one of our top go-to stains as deck restoration contractors and we have been using it for 20+ years. Overall Score TWP 1500 Series at 2 Year Period: 8.5 – The TWP products like 1500 and 100 Series Stains are known to produce a durable, long-lasting finish. They have always been a favorite of ours and are consistently one of our top choice stains. We use the TWP stains on 300+ deck restorations annually. Ease of application, a beautiful finish, and easy re-coating makes TWP 1500 an outstanding professional-grade stain for all exterior wood projects. For more info, see our article: TWP 1500 Series Review
Armstrong Clark Stain Picture Album Customers who have used Armstrong Clark wood deck stain continue to be satisfied by the appearance and longevity of their deck stain projects. If you have used Armstrong Clark wood deck stain, we appreciate your input, so feel free to leave a comment below and pictures of your completed projects if you have them. For more info, see our article: Armstrong Clark Wood Stain Review
Restore-A-Deck Solid Stain Picture Album Restore-A-Deck Solid Color Wood Stain is an extremely durable synthetic-resin, opaque wood finish that helps protect against the damaging effects of water, fungi, and UV radiation on exterior wood surfaces. This V.O.C. compliant water-based product provides exceptional protection for nearly all exterior wood surfaces in a beautiful matte finish. Overall Score Restore-A-Deck Solid Color Stain at 1 Year Period: 8.88 – The Restore-A-Deck is a great Solid Color Stain. It is the only solid stain on the market that comes pre-mixed, making it much easier to choose a color. Restore-A-Deck Wood Stains have allowed the ability to Prep and Stain in the Same Day, giving it a huge advantage over other brands that perform just as well.…
TWP Semi-Solid Wood & Deck Stain Photo Album TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series provides a broad spectrum of weather protection, is water repellent, and aids in color retention. TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series resists water absorption that causes warping, cracking, splitting, and prevents freeze damage in colder climates. Use TWP® Semi-Solid Pro-Series to Restore and Protect YOUR GREAT OUTDOORS! You can read our review here: TWP Semi-Solid Pro Series Stain Review
Rust-Oleum Rock Solid in A Day Picture Album Rust-Oleum is back at it with a newer, relabeled version of their Rust-Oleum Deck Restore. The Deck Restore version has failed miserably in the last 6-8 years and a Class Action lawsuit was settled in 2018. They still continue to sell the Deck Restore version to unknowing consumers, but they have come out with the newer RockSolid Deck Coating as well. This new version is marketed slightly differently. It is a Deck Resurface product that uses a primer first and can also be done in one day. From what we have seen and heard, the Rust-Oleum Rock Solid is not any better than the Deck Restore and continues to peel and fail.…