Updated February 2020
Ready Seal Wood and Deck Stain Review 2020
We would love to hear from you if you have used the Ready Seal Wood and Deck Stain on your wood or deck. Please post a rating in the Consumer Star Ratings below. Consumer reviews below in the comment section have shown mixed results when using the Ready Seal Wood and Deck Stain.
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Ready Seal® Stain and Sealer for Wood is a Professional Grade wood stain. Ready Seal® Wood Stains may be used on fences, decks, arbors, gazebos, log cabins, and any other outdoor wood project. Developed for contractors, Ready Seal is now available to homeowners. Ready Seal will not run or drip and will always apply evenly. It is a unique blend of paraffin oil, quality resins, finely ground trans-oxide pigments and algaecide.
Ready Seal® Stain Rating (1-10)
Appearance After Initial Stain Application: 7
– The Ready Seal® had a nice even application on the wood. The Gold color enhanced the older pine decking similar to as if wet with water. We did notice that the stain color faded significantly after a few days.
Preventing UV Graying at 2 Year Mark: 3
– There was no color left after two years. Very poor at preventing UV graying.
Picture of Ready Seal losing all color after 14 months. Picture from DeckStainPro.com
Wear/Tear and Peeling: 8
– Ready Seal® penetrates extremely deep into the wood. It does not peel.