Deck Stain Brand Comparison 2022 4.1/5 (33)

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Deck Stain Brands in 2022

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Exterior wood and decks stains are all designed to protect and preserve your exterior wood from the elements. Decks stain brands differ though drastically in the ingredients, solids, etc. Deck stains also come in a variety of types: Transparent, Semi-Transparent, and Semi-Solids that will determine the opacity of the stain when applied to the wood

In this article, we will compare the deck stain brands that we have reviewed to give a better understanding of physical properties, application info, and any other useful data that can help you determine which stain to use.

Deck Stain Brands

Armstrong Clark Behr Premium Wood Stain Benjamin Moore Arbor Coat Cabot Australian Timber Oil Defy Extreme
Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Water Based Acrylic Filming Staining Water Based Acrylic Filming Staining Oil Based Penetrating Stain Water Based Penetrating Stain
Transparent, Semi-Transparent, Semi-Solid Semi-Transparent Semi-Solid Semi-Transparent Semi-Transparent
1-2 Coats 2 Coats 1 Coat Base, 1 Top Coat 1 Coat 1-2 Coats wet on wet
200-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 100-200 Sq. Feet Per Gallon
Paint Thinner Cleanup Water Cleanup Water Cleanup Paint Thinner Cleanup Water Cleanup
4-12 Hours Drying 4 Hours Drying 4 Hours Drying 4-24 Hours Drying 1-4 Hours Drying
Compliant All States Compliant All States Compliant All States Compliant All States Compliant All States

 

Defy Epoxy  IPE Oil Flood CWF-Oil  Messmers  One Time
Water Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain
Semi-Transparent Semi-Transparent Semi-Transparent Transparent and Semi-Transparent Semi-Transparent (100% Solids)
1-2 Coats wet on wet  1 Coat  2 Coats  1-2 Coats  1-2 Coats
100-200 Sq. Feet Per Gallon  250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon  150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon  150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon  300 Sq. Feet Per Gallon
Water Cleanup  Paint Thinner Cleanup  Paint Thinner Cleanup  Paint Thinner Cleanup  Paint Thinner Cleanup
1-4 Hours Drying  4-8 Hours Drying  4-24 Hours Drying  4-12 Hours Drying  12-72 Hours Drying
Compliant All States  Compliant All States  Compliant All States  Compliant All States  Compliant All States

 

Penofin Ready Seal
SW Deckscapes
Sikkens SRD
Super Deck
Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain and Water Based Filming Oil Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain
Transparent and Semi-Transparent Transparent and Semi-Transparent Semi-Transparent Semi-Transparent Transparent and Semi-Transparent
1-2 Coats 2 Coats 1-2 Coats 1-2 Coats 1-2 Coats
200-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 75-150 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-300 Sq. Feet Per Gallon
Paint Thinner Cleanup Paint Thinner Cleanup Water Cleanup or Paint Thinner Paint Thinner Cleanup Paint Thinner Cleanup
4-24 Hours Drying 4-48 Hours Drying 4-24 Hours Drying 4-24 Hours Drying 4-48 Hours Drying
Compliant All States Compliant All States Compliant All States Compliant All States Compliant All States

 

Synta Deck Restore
Thompsons TWP Stains
Wolman Durastain
Water Based Acrylic Filming Staining Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Oil-Based Penetrating Stain Water Based Acrylic Filming Staining
Solid Stain Transparent Semi-Transparent Semi-Solid
2 Coats 1-2 Coats 1-2 Coats wet on wet 1-2 Coats
50-100 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 150-250 Sq. Feet Per Gallon 100-200 Sq. Feet Per Gallon
Water Cleanup Paint Thinner Cleanup Paint Thinner Cleanup Water Cleanup
4-12 Hours Drying 4 Hours Drying 4-24 Hours Drying 2-8 Hours Drying
Compliant All States Compliant All States *1500 Compliant All States –
*100 is compliant in only 33 States
Compliant All States

 


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Tom Rappette
Tom Rappette
10 days ago

having my cedar sliding painted/stained and one uses arborcoat and the other bid is woodscapes (sherman williams)
its a big job and I dont want to make a bad decision… it seems both products are average at best…. its it costly to move to a better product…
both painter say they will guarantee work for 3 years..
What stain is a best buy stain?

Steve
Steve
1 month ago

I have a new deck built in May 2022 with pressure treated pine and the boards were sanded and it get’s a lot of sun. Which stains are best suited. TWP Semi Solid, or Armstrong Clark ? Maybe something else ?

Steve
Steve
1 month ago

Thanks ! Is there a particular brand you would recommend that I use?

Barry Gore
Barry Gore
1 month ago

I’m having an outdoor kitchen built and using ruff cut beams and ruff cut boards to wrap with on interior. It has 4/12 and 10/10 columns. I want to keep the wood finish look and with a stain and poly on it, I feel like the weather and sun will have me redoing the stain and clear yearly. What type stain do you recommend that will last and keep the new look. Tongue and groove ceiling.

John
John
4 months ago

Can you add M1 Mildew treatment to TPW semi solid stain?

Moss
Moss
5 months ago

I have a 23 year old cedar home with redwood deck…exclusively Superdeck Valley 1906. What product is close in color…cant use valley anymore

Shauna
Shauna
3 months ago

We have the same issue. We’ve used Superdeck Transparent Valley 1906 for 15 years.

Moss – Did you find a color match?

Michael
Michael
6 months ago

What would you recommend is the best solid stain on the market? I’m looking for the highest quality solid stain, oil is preferred but let me know the best one. Price isn’t an issue

Shelley
Shelley
1 year ago

What is your experience/tested Rymar deck stain.

Karen
Karen
1 year ago

Contractor is recommending a product called SharkSkin for my cedar house siding staining. Never heard of this product? Any feedback on it?

Tony
Tony
1 year ago

I bought a townhome with a 20-yr-old deck attached. It looks dark/old, with remnants of a prior stain (unknown when or what brand). I plan on having someone Power wash, sand and restain.

The two options I have right now are at the local Ace hardware. Ready Seal and Cabot. The Cabot has a solid stain option where they’ll mix in the color, as well as semi-transparent (or is it semi-solid? What’s the diff?), and one other I don’t remember. The Ready Seal just shows different colors, so I’m assuming it’s a standard transparent stain.

What would be the best out of the options available? I hear Ready Seal is well received, but have also heard Solid Stain is the way to go for an old deck.

Tony
Tony
1 year ago

If both are poor choices (and that’s all that is locally available), then which would you choose, assuming you would have to restain in a year, give or take? Go ahead with solid so it at least looks better while it’s on?

Lederman DDS Norman
Lederman DDS Norman
1 year ago

Which product is best for an older trex deck. Would you suggest either a Behr or Sherwin Williams product?

Doug S
Doug S
1 year ago

I have a 12 month old PT pine deck on Long Island (NY). Getting ready to seal it with a semi transparent for the first time. Deck is in direct sunlight. Already cleaned the boards. What semi transparent ( with a cedar tone) do you recommend? I’m leaning toward Defy Extreme but TWC 100 and Cabot also sound good.

Frank Valles
Frank Valles
1 year ago

Hello – I am in the process of completing a Cedar glider chair. The recommendation is to use Cabot Cedar Stain. My wife would like it to look natural – so I am contemplating Cabot transparent. How would this work out for longevity in the outdoors (South Carolina resident).

Rondi
Rondi
1 year ago

We live on the east coast of Florida, full sun, humidity and salt. Our deck and stairs are 2 years old and PT wood. Which stain do you recommend?

John
John
2 years ago

I’m going to stain my deck floor and the pillars supporting the covered deck. I believe they have both been stained before. The old stain isn’t peeling but still shows through lightly in some areas.

What do you recommend I do about the little bit of old stain and any recommendations on what stain to use for the pillars and deck floor?

John
John
2 years ago

It was stained by the prior owner so I am not sure. Here are two photos. The pillar has had a crack filled in with stainable wood filler.

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Peter walsh
Peter walsh
2 years ago

I am trying to determine the best stain for Wisconsin climates. I have narrowed it down to Penofin, TWP 100 series and Sikkens (Cabot didn’t make the cut). Any preferences?

John
John
2 years ago

Here is the other one

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Ray
Ray
2 years ago

Hello… I live in Manitoba, and have a 10 year old preasure treated deck. In a full sun southern location. I have preasure washed and sanded the old pealing Behr stain off. The deck looks like new. I was thinking of using the Australian Cobalt oil based semi transperant stain. My concern is… How long will it smell like an oil base, and can it be recoated in a few years again without presure washing and sanding…
Thank you… Your doing a great job. 👍👍

Leslie Foretich
Leslie Foretich
3 years ago

We have used Cabot semi solid oil stain on our deck and power washed for our 2 year redo. We also sanded most areas with a belt sander. Can we use same stain again without getting every last bit of stain off? Should we still use a deck cleaner before staining?

Doug
Doug
4 years ago

I have a 5 year old cabin, pressure treated wood stained with an oil based Sikkens transparent stain. It is peeling on the horizontal high traffic and sunny areas, and on a few vertical rails near the chlorinated hottub. Can I just pressure wash and apply new coat of Sikkens or do I need to strip it first? I want a durable finish for the horizontal finish, or at least one that can be reapplied in a few years without stripping again. What do you recommend? Are solid stains more durable than transparent or semi transparent stains? Have you seen anyone use solid stains on the horizontal surfaces and transparent or semi transparent on the verticals?

Doug
Doug
4 years ago

If I strip and apply Restore A Deck water based stain, can it be simply cleaned and a new coat applied over it after 2-3 years (the TWP 100 review mentions it can be)? Do solid stains hold up longer than semi-transparent stains in horizontal sunny traffic areas?

Doug
Doug
4 years ago

Here are pictures of the current deck

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Doug
Doug
4 years ago

I called Sikkens and they said I could use Flood Wood Stripper to strip the old off of the horizontal surfaces without sanding and then apply a single coat of SRD. I just want to make sure I am getting the information for a solution that works and can be accomplished over Labor Day weekend. Do have a better stripper recommendation?

Matthew
Matthew
4 years ago

I have an eleven year-old pressure treated pine deck that is weathered gray and completely porous to water but in remarkably good condition for not having been stained since just after construction. I replaced the floor and most of the steps with new pine eight months ago. Because of this aged-and-new wood combination I thought I would need at least a semi-solid stain to ensure a uniformity of final appearance.

Color is the determining factor for brand choice for me; as terrific as TWP and AC are, only Cabot seems to offer the darker shade of gray I’m looking for. I’m having difficulty finding consistent performance reviews of Cabot semi-solids from which I can determine what to expect in two or three years when it’s time to refinish; I dread having to do a complete sanding; the vertical surfaces and innumerable crevices would take forever.

Given the condition of my deck, do I really need a semi-solid stain or could a semi-transparent stain give me the smooth, uniform look I’m after?

To achieve a balance between transparency and opacity, I’ve read that a Cabot semi-solid should contain four ounces of colorant; too much more and it becomes a solid. My local Cabot supplier prepares their semi-solid with nine ounces of colorant. What is my recourse here? I’m having a hard time imagining telling the paint clerk how to mix a stain to anything other than what is probably the Cabot standard.

I’d appreciate any advice you’d have. Thank you for your help and for a really terrific website!

Matthew
Matthew
4 years ago

The Cabot semi-solid I have been considering is the 1406; Cabot describes its vehicle as an “alkyd resin and refined natural linseed oil”, not a water-based acrylic. Am I missing something?

This may all be moot as it appears that the uniformity of appearance I’m looking for can best – perhaps only – be achieved by using a solid stain. Would a semi-solid with extra colorant be better? If it looks like an oil- based solid would be right, what brand would be best? Any suggestions?

Thanks again for your help.

Matthew
Matthew
4 years ago

One last question: I know that I will want to apply a second wet-on-wet coat on the new pine to match what I expect to be a darker appearance in the newly stained one-coat older wood. Should I resist the temptation or is one coat sufficient overall?

DIY home projects can sometimes be daunting but your advice has made this one less so. Thank you.

Dian
Dian
4 years ago

My 4 year old pressure treated wood deck floor has Cabot semi solid. What is best product for Detroit suburb. Partial sun in am and pm because deck surrounds a tree
Also railing is Cabot solid. What do you recommend?
My deck person wants to use Sherwin Williams Super deck. I’m not sure if that is a good choice based on some reviews.
It cannot be slippery because we are seniors. Thanks!

Kyle P.
Kyle P.
4 years ago

I have a couple questions. We have a new construction house with a wood deck on the front (I think it’s cedar). I want to stain it this summer. (1) It’s already got some foot traffic on it, do you recommend using just a cleaner before applying the stain?

The house is a dark gray color and my wife wants to keep the deck close to the original color so the whole thing doesn’t feel too dark. I on the other hand don’t want to re-stain our deck every year. I think something like a semi-transparent would work well. (2) Are there different shades of semi-transparent? (3) Do you have any general recommendations of a semi-transparent brand that holds up well?

Thanks for any assistance!

Susie S
Susie S
4 years ago

Finished a redwood deck in October. Couldn’t stain due to low temps. What should I do to prep? Cleaner and brightener? Wood does not look too different than it did in October (less red, but not gray).
Also, recommendation on stain brand? (Have tried samples from AC and Messemers, happy with the look of either). Local shop carries Messemers..
Very dry climate at high elevation. Thanks!

Ginger
Ginger
4 years ago

My 5 year old deck was stained with Behr semi transparent stain by contractor when The house was built. I’m thinking it might have been done to soon because it was a bit tacky for a few days afterwards. Since the contractor left the remainder of the stain with us we cleaned the deck and reapplied it the next summer due to some peeling. Again it was tacky for a few days afterwards. I will not be using that brand again but will instead be using the Armstrong Clark or the TWP series. How should we prepare the deck before applying.

Ron Patton
Ron Patton
5 years ago

We have a new 1year old seasoned PT pine deck. We live in southwest Ohio, in the Dayton area. Our deck is a covered deck, with one side and steps facing partial sun and blown rain. Just finished priming and painting all the rails, deck spindles and posts and were getting ready to stain. Here is our problem! To keep paint from getting on our deck while painting, my husband covered the necessary area with brown paper, BUT, taped it down with masking tape….oh lordy! Now we have the gummy glue from tape on our deck floor and a dark stain left from tape. How do we treat and get this glue off without damaging the deck floor? I sure hope you can help us. We are going to use Defy or Clark semi-transparent stain. Any suggestions is welcomed.

Ron Patton
Ron Patton
5 years ago

Tried Goof Off and it did not work. Worried, if sanding off, stain would not cover the sanded area.

Master Coatings Technician
Master Coatings Technician
4 years ago
Reply to  Ron Patton

Stain would cover the sanded area provided you sand it with the same grit sandpaper as you sanded the adjacent wood pieces when you originally stained the deck. Also, you will have to do full boards. Do not try to stain only a portion of any single board. It will never match. Sand the whole board and restain it. Take the board off if you have to and just reattach it after you sand and stain it.

Cat
Cat
5 years ago

Need to stain 1/2 round pine log siding, it currently has not been done in 5-10 years as old owner ignored the need. We hope to use SuperDeck. Would that product work? Would use a Transparent as need to do Pine Lodge Poles and railings of the same.

Jan Nilsen
Jan Nilsen
5 years ago

Hi. We live in N. CA and are installing a new Redwood fence with lattice top. What stain would you recommend. Consumer reports likes Behr but I gather you don’t, We were thinking of something semi-transparent but want it to last. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

Molly
Molly
5 years ago

Hi. We are having a 6′ shadow box fence in treated pine put in. We are looking to also have it stained in a few months. We live in Indiana and want a Redwood type color in semi-transparent. Would Thompson’s be sufficient or something else you would recommend?

Harry Aderhold
Harry Aderhold
5 years ago

I have small 10′ camping trailer. The exterior is new rough cedar. I would like to use a semi transparent cedar stain. What would you recommend?

John
John
5 years ago

I have a brand new pressure treated deck I would like to stain and have it last several years . Any recommendations?

Tonyc
Tonyc
5 years ago

I am about to put down a new Batu deck, 750 sq ft in the hills of Connecticut. I have heard that SuperDeck is good. I want a penetrating oil, nothing with a film. Please offer your recommendation and how long between re coat. Every 2 years? 3 years? I plan to use hidden fasteners in a groove. Does the groove need to be treated too? Should I buy it prefinished or put it down unfinished and finish later? It's getting cold in CT!!

TonyC
TonyC
5 years ago

Is it important to apply the finish in the groove before installing the decking?

Alan
Alan
6 years ago

Just installed a new massaranduba floating deck in NJ. Locally I can only find Cabot and Benjamin Moore being sold. Is there a preferred stain for this type of wood (ie Messmers or IPE OIL?) Is it worth ordering through amazon and waiting a week or just get it sealed as soon as possible with Benjamin Moore. I've wiped it down should a cleaner also be used prior to sealing?
Thanks!

Susan
Susan
6 years ago

I live in Long Island, NY. We have a large redwood deck with steps going up a hill. The deck and steps are about 32 years old with a western exposure that gets a lot of sun in most areas. We replaced a few damaged boards last year. We used a Cabot's semi-solid stain for many years, but then the formula changed and the deck would turn black in areas within a few months. We just had the deck power washed. Should we also use a cleanser & brightener? Then, what kind of stain do you recommend? Semi solid or solid? TWP or Sikkens or Armstrong Clark? Thanks.

David
David
6 years ago

I have a 23 year old treated pine deck that has several coats of oil[-base stain. Last year we were advised that a latex stain would do fine over oil, but it has peeled and has scraped off where furniture has been moved. We have power washed and used Sherwin Williams deck stain and sealer removal, but still have lots of small pieces of the latex on as well as the underlying oil stain. What can I use that will adhere to both the oil and latex that remain on the deck?

Mike
Mike
6 years ago

I just sanded my 20 year old deck with an angle grinder using Diamabrush attachment. It did a good job it removed an old failing finish completely. Should i use an oil stain or water based? Do i need to clean, brighten or power wash the freshly sanded wood. Should i use a solid stain or semi solid? I am liking the Defy Extreme what are your expert thoughts? Thank you.

Derek Z
Derek Z
6 years ago

I'm looking for an oil-based semi-transparent stain to apply to green pressure treated plywood. It's for the roof deck of a converted school bus, so I expect it will endure lots of UV, foot traffic, and all types of weather.

Which brand would you recommend?

Susan
Susan
6 years ago

Do you have a review of Behr Premium Transparent Penetrating Oil wood finish? It seems to be a new product, which is supposed to have UV protection, waterproofing, mildew resistance. Thanks

Patti
Patti
6 years ago

I have a very old deck. We recently replaced quite a few boards. The store told us to get Arborcoat (Not sure who it is made by). Is that a good brand? We were thinking of semi-transparent or semi-solid. Can you give me the pros and cons of each? Thank you.

Pat
Pat
6 years ago

How about the TWP for our old deck?

Mike
Mike
6 years ago

I just completed my 560 sq ft PT deck. I finished the framing and decking last summer and the stairs and railing three weeks ago. The decking has faded already. I live in eastern PA so the deck gets snow and it has no sun cover. We would prefer a solution that would allow us to see the wood grain but protection is also important.

thanks

David
David
6 years ago

Hi,
We live coastal San Diego and have a trellis that we are going to stain with semi solid. We have termites dry-wood and subterranean. So it gets full sun and ocean air….thoughts on brand of stain?
Dave

Barry
Barry
6 years ago

Hello,

We have a 700 sq ft deck that extends out over salt water in the state of Washington. 3 years ago we applied "inwood" water based stain. The problem with it was that when it got wet, it became very slippery. So I have pressure washed it off and am about to apply a new stain, most likely an oil based, semi transparent. Looking at Penofin Red label, Messmers, Deft, and Cabots or. So my questions: 1. Should we do any more surface prep (the wood looks like new wood having pressure washed it); 2. Is one of these products superior to all the others?

Barry
Barry
6 years ago

Thank you. My contractor was ready to start and I had not checked for your response, so I bought Cabot's. Oh well!

Barry

Nathan
Nathan
6 years ago

Hi, I have a new PT pine deck completed in October 2015. I'm ready to clean and stain. It gets partial sun (depending on time of day) and gets rain as well. I live in Atlanta, GA. I'd prefer a waterborne stain, but open to be sold on oil-based as well. What product do you think is best for quality and LONGEVITY? Longevity is obviously key.

Thank you!
Nathan

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
6 years ago

Our reverse board and batten barn has just been painted with Thompsons (over an 8 year old semi transparent CWR-very faded on the sunny sides.) Would like to add an "over coat" with oil base to warm up the finish. Much read about Armstrong but not available here. Suggestions welcome.

Susan
Susan
7 years ago

I live in Massachusetts. My 20 year old pressure treated deck is in full sun and endures cruel winters. It was last cleaned and stained 4 years ago with a semi transparent oil product. It has worn off the flooring and a small amount still seems to be tinting the balusters. We just had it pressure washed and it's ready for stain. From my analysis, I think we should use an oil based product and we prefer the look of semi transparent. It seems TWP 1500 and Armstrong Clark are the top 2 choices, which would be best?

Theresa
Theresa
7 years ago

I have a 12 x 25 deck that was built last fall. Part of it is covered. We are getting ready to stain it for the first time. I want to keep it natural in color and was going to go with a transparent stain. I was in Home Depot and looked at Behr Premium. My husband purchased a deck cleaner before we stain. After all my reading, now sure I want to go with Behr in a transparent stain. I live in the hills of Pennsylvania and get lots of snow and cold weather. Your thoughts?

Marge Boas
Marge Boas
7 years ago

We have powere washed our 25 year old deck and had someone replace the severely cracked boards with new pine deck in boards. The new wood is yellow looking and much lighter than the old decking. I would like to use s Behr semi transparent stain as the side rails are still a beautiful wood tone matching Behr's Red Cedar stain color. My dilemma is how do I match the new boards to the old for a uniform color? I have tried a few of the gray colors as a first coat on the new wood to try and "gray it up" and then use the same overall color on top of everything but so far no match. Should I give up my dream of all semi transparent and do the deck in solid stain and rails and posts in semi transparent? A timely response is appreciated!

Donald Sutcliffe
Donald Sutcliffe
7 years ago

I have a cedar deck that I applied a semi transparent stain (Sherwin Williams 3505 Yankee Barn) in 2007. After exposure to weather and large hail the coating has flaked off in the sun exposed area. Where it is protected by a roof, the stain is in perfect condition but attracts dust.
Question:
1. How can I clean the dust off of the stain and keep it off? I have used car wash soap with a brush and it will not remove the dust. I am thinking about using dishwater detergent and a brush. I think the stain problem is dust static charge that keeps the dust attached to the stain surface.
2. What type and brand of stain do you recommend that I might apply over the current Sherwin Williams 3505 that might eliminate the dirt/dust problem.

Sam
Sam
7 years ago

No star rating at the end. Why?

Bob
Bob
8 years ago

I built a cedar deck about 3 weeks ago about 200 sq. ft. My question is how long should I let the wood season before staining it, is 3 to 4 months ok or should it be longer ? also what brand of semi-transparent stain would recommend ? I live in Post Falls, Idaho which is about 30 miles east of Spokane, Washington if that matters. Thanks for your help.

Gretchen
Gretchen
8 years ago

Have a deck on our lake house in Ohio. Used a solid stain a couple of years go, and it has peeled and looks like we didn't even stain it in some areas. What would you suggest we use to stain it this summer? We want it to hold up well in the sunlight. It receives all day sun. Thanks for your help!

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