What is the Best Deck Stain 2020? 4.8/5 (622)

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Updated February 2020

What is the Best Deck Stain 2020?

What is Best Deck Stains

Find out which deck stain is ranked best!

This is the updated version of our most popular article on DeckStainHelp.com. We help by guiding consumers in finding a high quality and low maintenance deck stain based on a series of questions. This article alone has had over 18,500 Q&A questions and over 600 Star Rating/Reviews to date.

Please also visit our updated article here: The Best Deck Stains?


What is the Best Deck Stain?

This is the most popular question that deck owners have. Unfortunately, there is not a “best” deck stain out there. There are products that are better than others, but there is not one that will outperform every other stain.

A better way to approach this common question is to ask, “what is the best stain for my deck and it’s environment”? Just because a deck stain performs well in the Northeast part of the country does not mean it will perform well in the high altitudes of Arizona. There are also VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) Laws the come into effect for different parts of the country. This may limit what is available in your state. For example, TWP 100 Series cannot be used in 17 states that have a low VOC content of 250.

To understand a deck stain and its potential longevity, we should first look at the main reasons deck stains fail:

  1. UV rays from the sun will damage the wood resulting in degradation of the wood cell structure. This will break down the stain while causing the wood to oxidize (turn gray).
  2. Water, snow, and ice will cause damage to the wood by breaking down the exposed cellular structure.
  3. Freeze/thaw will expand and contract the wood resulting in the stain “bond” with the wood cells to fail.
  4. Mold, mildew, and algae will leave the wood unsightly/dirty and can result in rotting.
  5. High traffic areas will leave “wearing” patterns.
  6. The previous stain used was of low quality or applied poorly.
  7. The Stain was not applied properly or the wood was not prepped properly prior to application. Bad prep is the number one reason stains prematurely fail!

What are the Best Deck Stains?

Once we figure out the main reasons for failure, then we should research what stains would work well for your deck. This is the difficult part, so let us get started!

We will ask a series of 5 questions. Based on these answers (Answers are in Red) we will narrow the choices to 2-3 stain brands that will work at maximum performance for your deck:

Here is an example deck:

  1. Deck Location State: New York
  2. Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Full Sun
  3. Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
  4. Mold or Mildew Issues: Yes
  5. Reason for Previous Stain Failure: Peeled and turned dark in color
  6. Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): Penofin Sem-Trans

First of all the state of New York is a low 250 VOC state. This limits the stains that can be purchased or sold legally. Many decks stains that are of low VOC have been known to fail faster than a 550 VOC stain. There are still quality stains available, just not as many. The rest is fairly easy to figure out. This deck should use a 100% penetrating stain that does well with UV protection and is not prone to mold/mildew growth. A semi-transparent stain that fades evenly over time with little to no wearing. This makes future maintenance easier.

Based on these questions and answers we would suggest one of these stains:

So here comes the fun part! Feel free to ask what are “the best deck stains for my deck”? Just post a comment below and make sure to include the answer to the 6 questions. Feel free to include any additional information that would be useful!

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Irricca
Irricca

Deck Location State: SC
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Full Sun in the morning
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: Ni
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: Never stained
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): None

Small portion of deck is two years old and covered, largest portion is a little under a year old and fully exposed

Kristin
Kristin

Hi, we’re trying to protect our new cedar siding & cedar lined eaves (not sure if there’s any tips/tricks we should be aware of for applying from below!) that were installed 5 months ago, & keep them as close to the original color as possible. I’m leaning towards the restore-a-deck line, but maybe just for the cleaner/bleach?

1. Deck Location State: SF Bay Area
2. Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: All 3. Our house faces South, so that side will be full sun, & the back & eaves are full shade…
3. Wood Type: clear cedar
4. Mold or Mildew Issues: Yes (every 2-3 years we have incredibly wet seasons from October-April, and nothing gets the chance to dry out!)
5. Reason for Previous Stain Failure: None
6. Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): N/A

Thank you for this wonderful site, i’ve Learned a lot!

KB
San Mateo

Steve Mattox
Steve Mattox

Location: On the river in North Alabama
Full Sun with very hot temps. On west side of house. brutal summer sun
Pressure-treated pine
mold does not seem to issue
Just purchased house and wood is really weathered but appears to have had something applied before.
Wood is still very solid but needs attention
Sorry I cannot be more descriptive on answers 5 and 6

Mark Kurdys
Mark Kurdys

Looking to protect newly-constructed (December) PT pine decks , posts and top rail on three sides of new home. Half of deck is uncovered, other half is under shed roof or screened porch.
Location: Mountain cove in Western North Carolina @3000′ elevation
Shade: Partial to full (screened porch)
Wood: PTP
Mold /mildew: New construction, all decks are well-ventilated elevated decks but environment has high humidity

Bill
Bill

What is best stain for me? Older vertical lapped cedar siding, rough sawn side exposed, 2′ eaves on all sides so not much weather exposure. Old stain brand unknown but darkened badly probably due to mold/mildew, the plus side is it comes off easily with a spray of oxygen bleach cleaner and quick scrub (not even pressure washing) then with a second spray of brightener looks like new. Location: Washington State (sea level on Puget Sound), most of home in full sun (such as we have here) but some portions shaded. I am hoping to end up with a lighter color but not super orange or yellow: Defy Extreme Cedar Tone, applied to a tester piece after prep, looked overly orange for our taste. Arborcoat looked much better but then I saw all the bad reviews here.

W C
W C

Looking to stain covered porch/ 3 season room.

Deck Location State: North Carolina
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Covered Porch in partial shade.
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: No
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: Fading
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): Unknown

Jenn
Jenn

Looking for a deck stain/ sealer for a mostly sunny ( some total shade) pressure treated wood deck in Florida. It is a few years old, never treated at all, has recently been pressure washed. I want it to last and look nice for as long as possible- probably a solid color but I’m not sure. I know what not to pick…. what are the best?

Cindy
Cindy

Our contractor wants to stain rough cedar post and slats that will be used for a pergola prior to construction. He suggested Sherwin Williams oil based stain. Would TWP 100 be a better choice? What is the difference between TWP 100 and the TWP 101 Pro series? We live in Kansas and it would receive mostly sun. I know manufactures recommend waiting to apply. What is the downside of applying before construction?

Cynthia
Cynthia

Deck Location State: Atlanta Ga
Partial shade, covered outdoor porch on concrete subfloor
Wood Type: Cypress
Mold or Mildew Issues: No
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: 5 years old, never sealed or stained, have just responded due to discoloration from foot traffic, grease from grill, varying elements of rain/sun
Type of stain: Would like to keep natural finish. Looks good with resanding. Just want a penetrating protectant with light sheen. Am also considering no finish with resanding every few years. Advice appreciated.

Stefan
Stefan

Deck Location State: Oklahoma
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Mostly Shade. It is under a covered patio roof
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: mostly protected from rain but Oklahoma does get Pretty humid.
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: New deck
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): N/A

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Jeannette Jones
Jeannette Jones

Brand new pressure treated lumber in Florida what stain is best

Sarah Walz
Sarah Walz

We have a covered outdoor porch ceiling that needs stained and the wood is not pressure treated. There will not be sun on the wood or rain, however , we have lots of humidity here in Florida. What do you suggest we use to do the job?

Felix
Felix

Thank you for your valuable work and advice! I read your “staining a new deck” article so am thinking I should use timber oil after a month or two of weathering the deck. Would that work the following while keeping some of the original red/purple color of the wood?

1. Washington D.C.
2. Full sun after 11am
3. Eastern Cedar wood (aromatic cedar), just cut from logs that were drying outdoors for a year.
4. No mold/mildew issues
5. No previous stain or sealer

Deb Pauly
Deb Pauly

Best stain for a Cedar FENCE ?

1. Ft. Worth, TX area
2. Fence is in full sun and shade
3. New Cedar fence
4. Does solid prevent graying longer than the semi-transparent

Deb Pauly
Deb Pauly

Best stain for a Cedar FENCE ?

1. Ft. Worth, TX area
2. Fence is in full sun and shade
3. New Cedar fence
4. Does solid prevent graying longer than the semi-transparent

David Hoard
David Hoard

I think it is fantastic that you offer your expertise to individual homeowners. Thank you!

*Pergola* Location State: Southern California, 9 months of sun, rain in winter, moderate temperatures
Sun/Shade: Full Sun all year with partial afternoon shade from a big tree
Wood Type: natural Douglas-Fir, new, unfinished, cut, sanded, waiting in the garage for stain
Mold or Mildew Issues: Not so common here
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: Not applicable/ never been stained
Previous Stain Brand : Not applicable/ never been stained
Appearance goal: Semi-transparent dark brown, without blotching on the soft wood. Ideally a satin finish, but I know that may not be achievable.

Robert Greensides
Robert Greensides

In Colorado, I have composite deck and railings but with 4X4 redwood posts ( structural for the railings). I am going to pull of the posts, sand them back to redwood and stain them. what kind of stain will last the longest. would it be better to paint them or use a solid stain. I don’t care if I can see the wood grain, I just want something that will LAST!, thanks , Bob

Robert
Robert

Deck Location State: HAWAII, DRY CLIMATE
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: AFTERNOON SUN
Wood Type: HI BOR DOUGLAS FIR
Mold or Mildew Issues: NO
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: N/A
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): NEW DECK, NEW WOOD

Henry Petrosian
Henry Petrosian

Second posting. Hoping for an answer this time.
State: Wichita Falls, TX
Full sun all day. July-Aug: 100+ all the time
2 Year old Pressure treated Lowes Yellow Pine
Will be cleaning and treating entire deck
Previous failure: No previous stain

Darrell
Darrell

What is the best stain for my deck? Had deck replaced this spring – want to get it treated before the winter weather comes.

Deck Location State: Maryland
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Partial Shade
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: Possibly
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: N/A new deck
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): new deck

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Colleen
Colleen

OK, looking for you to recommend deck stain for refinishing our front & back porches, 11 years old. Have been refinished once, about 5 years ago.

Deck Location State: South Carolina (Charleston)
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Full Sun on steps – the problem area
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: No
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: sun damage in full sun, wear patterns in high traffic areas
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): Olympic Elite Semi-Solid in Dark Mahogany. It has held up fabulously, except in the areas that get full sun all day. Just want to know if there is a product that will offer better UV protection than the Olympic. Looks like s solid stain does this best, but the deck also gets wet frequently and I’m afraid the constant swelling/shrinking will cause a solid stain to crack and peel.

Eric
Eric

Best stain for new deck, stairs & railings (2 weeks old)?:
1. Auburn CA (1200-1300′ Elev)
2. Shade to Partial to full sun
3. Premium smooth Redwood – Heart & some Sap
4.No mold/mildew issues
5. No previous stain or sealer

Want to maintain as much of original color of wood as possible!

Thanks!

Tamara Contreras
Tamara Contreras

State: Arnold, CA
Full sun during day
Redwood
No mold issues
Previous failure: #1 deck, snow sits on deck and color comes off when using snow shovel; #2 deck, brand new that needs product also for snow and sun conditions
Previous: Behr solid stain paint water based

Have been told Oil based would be better?

Thanks for your assistance!!!

Joey
Joey

1) Location: Charlotte, NC
2) Indoor (shower entry)
3) Cumaru
4) Predrilled and plugged
5) What sealer / oil should i use?

vance
vance

Deck Location State: Berkeley, California
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Full Sun
Wood Type: Thermally modified Ash
Mold or Mildew Issues:
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: N/A
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): New install

Wade Blaufuss
Wade Blaufuss

1) Location: Los Angeles, CA
2) Full Sun
3) Heart Redwood
4) Mold has been an issue, suprisingly considering the climate. Often in the areas will full sun.
5) It’s been 5 years since last stain and way overdue for new stain. Wood has oxidized and turned gray.
6) Previous stain was TWP 1500. I’d like to consider alternatives that I can purchase locally.

Thanks,

Wade

Anthony Franklin
Anthony Franklin

What is the best stain for my deck . It is a new deck by the seaside that was stained during construction but it lasted about6 months.
1. Location – The Caribbean
2. Full sun
3. wood type – Green Heart
4. Mold / mildew – No
5.Reason for Previous Stain Failure – Faded
6. Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain – Semi transparent

Debra
Debra

This is a new deck. It is located in Pasadena Maryland in the backyard facing the Chesapeake bay. It is cedar and has not yet been stained or otherwise treated. It is one month old. It is located where it gets partial shade in the afternoon and full sun in the morning. Mildew could become a problem with its proximity to the water. What is the best stain and should I wait until spring to stain it? How should I protect it for the winter as the wood is not fully cured? Thank you. Debra

Kristina
Kristina

Hello, what is best stain for following deck:

Deck Location State: Minneapolis MN
Full Sun from 12p-4p daily in summer
Wood Type: Cedar
Mold or Mildew Issues: just a little bit on one board, has been replaced.
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: wore off or was completely removed, just traces remained and were pressure washed off recently.
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): none were on the boards a year ago when we purchased the home.

Thank you so much for your help!!

DAVID C JONES
DAVID C JONES

Best stain?
FLORIDA
Partial shade
Pressure treated pine
Mildew issues-Yes
No previous stain
Pressure washed now.

Andrew Cox
Andrew Cox

Hello,

Thanks for the kind offer of your expertise! I am looking for the best stain for a brand new front and back deck on the beach in Alabama. There’s basically no freezing, but tons of sun, heat, and salt.

Deck Location State: Alabama
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Back deck is full sun, front deck is covered but I would call it partial shade
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: None so far
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: NA, the wood is bare and has not yet been stained
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): none, the wood is bare pressure treated pine

Thank you for your help!

Andrew

Linda kennon
Linda kennon

What is the best deck stain for our new deck? The weather will be in the mid to upper 50s and sunny the next few days. Is it ok to stain then?
It is 2 years old and has not been stained before
Deck Location. Southeast Missouri
Full sun
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: No
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: N/A
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain. N/A

Bob Harris
Bob Harris

1.Deck Location State: Upstate, rural New York
2.Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Facing east: Full Sun in morning and most of day. Shade in late afternoon and evening
3.Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
4.Mold or Mildew Issues: Yes, in more shaded areas
5.Reason for Previous Stain Failure: Faded and wears thin quickly
6.Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain: Olympic Maximum Stain and Sealant in One Cedar Naturaltone

Deck was built in 2005, and has been power-washed and stained every year or two since, each time with the same product. Rotted deck boards were replaced this past summer and stained (again, with the same product).

We are leaning towards a solid-color stain, unless advised otherwise. We are open to either an oil-based or a water-based product.

I am uncertain of how to download pictures to this message.

Thank=you for this service. It is much appreciated.

Diane Hobbs
Diane Hobbs

I live in Southeast Texas on Lake Livingston. The wood is 3 years old, pressure treated pine. It’s the first time it’s being stained. Mold and mildew are defiantly a concern and sun exposure
Interested in an oil base semi transparent stain.

Thanks for your input

Ken Jones
Ken Jones

Best stain for me, located in Northern Michigan, south of Traverse City.
Partial shade, on west side of home with a few trees in yard, probably gets 5 hours of midsummer sun.
Made of pressure treated southern yellow pine, AC2® CedarTone Premium Pressure Treated Decking from Menards.
Minimal mold, if any.
Stain hasn’t failed, but it’s 2 1/2 years old and the snow sits on it (vacation home) so want to catch it before any problems start. Also some of the balusters were ripped from 2×6 and had little stain on the inside edges, and a couple of 4x4s were not prestained but were pressure treated.
Not sure what the prestained wood had applied, but it has .15 lb/ft of preservative with water repellant. They recommend Pittsburgh Ultra Advanced
Semi-Transparent Stain & Sealant In One and an annual coat of Ultra Advanced Waterproofing Sealer, the brand that Menard’s carries. Haven’t applied anything on original deck yet.

Jeff
Jeff

1. Chicago suburbs
2. partial shade
3. brand new cedar
4. Yes, some mold in places
5. NA
6. NA

Building the deck took longer than anticipated, and we need to stain the deck before winter. It’s been up for about a month. I know we’re supposed to wait, but I want to protect my new deck before winter. Looking for a semi-transparent stain, and was thinking either TWP 100 or Ready Seal?

Chris Berrier
Chris Berrier

1. Deck Location State: Georgia… NE Atlanta suburb
2. Full shade from trees most of the day, some afternoon sun.
3. New PTP
4. No
5. N/A- deck is under construction
6. N/A

Frank James
Frank James

1.Deck Location State: Colorado, 8000 ft elevation
2.Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Faces South but is Partially Shaded in Summer Months
3.Wood Type: Redwood
4.Mold or Mildew Issues: No
5.Reason for Previous Stain Failure: N/A- the deck is under construction
6.Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): N/A

Robyn Batalden
Robyn Batalden

Deck Location State: Illinois
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Mostly shade, huge silver maple over it
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine? I think?
Mold or Mildew Issues: Yes
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: no failure. Hasn’t been done in 5-7 years. Deck was dark, mold, mildew, but now has been powerwashed
Previous Stain, Brand and Type of stain: semi-transparent, Sikkens Cetol SRD natural

What is the best stain for my deck?

Tucson 77
Tucson 77

We have a deck in Arizona at 8000 ft. Superdeck gets beat up even though we apply yearly. Is there anything for these harse conditions?

Lillie
Lillie

Hi, Looking for a good stain to redo my deck. What do you recommend?

Deck Location State: Denver, Colorado
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Full Sun
Wood Type: Redwood
Mold or Mildew Issues: No but does have a tree near with sap
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: Didn’t fail, lasted almost 5 years. Its just time
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): Boodge semi-transparent stain

Also since fall is already here, what temperatures should it be completed in?

Thanks for your help

Debby
Debby

I live in north western PA. I have a very poorly made deck; contractors didn’t believe in measure twice, I have holes where spindles and railings were continualy moved. The deck is pine, I don’t know treated or not. Some boards were warped and black spots within weeks. It has had nothing applied to it and I don’t know what to use. I don’t want to see all the crappy holes but was told even if I filled them with wood filler it wouldn’t last and be a total waste of time. There is nothing beautiful about the wood or the way they built the deck. I need to preserve it for 5 years and then someone else can replace it with better luck I hope. How do I proceed and with what products? I am disabled and can’t physically do this every year. I greatly appreciate your guidance.

April
April

Fence location: Dallas tx
Some sections in full sun, some part sun
Wood: cedar
Mold or Mildew: none
Previous stain: none

Barbara
Barbara

Stairs (5 flights with landings) 4 years old. Never stained. Could you please tell me what you would recommend for cleaning and preserving? (I do not necessarily need stain. Is there any benefit in staining?)

Deck location: 100 miles north of Montreal
Almost full shade
Wood: pressure-treated (pine?)
Mold or Mildew: not that I can see
Previous stain: none

Nancy
Nancy

New deck built a year old; has not yet been finished. What, please, are your recommendations for cleaning and staining? Any thoughts on Stain Solver? Thank you!

Deck Location State: North Carolina
Full Shade: Full Sun
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: Yes
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: 1 yr old deck; not yet stained
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain (Solid, Semi-transparent, Transparent, etc): not yet stained

Patrick Osler
Patrick Osler

Using pressure treated 3/4 ” plywood on cement blocks as the underfloor for a plastic composite floor of a shed. What would be best sealant/stain to prolong life, resist mold mildew. Will get no sun or direct rain. In Cincinnati, so temperatures from -5 to 95 f. Color unimportant. No plans to “maintain”, this is a one and done.

David Kenney
David Kenney

I just installed a new deck in March 2019 and now I need to seal it. I want to maintain the color it is when it’s wet. Answer to the above questions:
1. State: Utah (SLC area)
2. West Facing: morning shade, full sun after 12:00 noon, snow and ice during winter months.
3. Wood Type: #1 SYP-CLR, WeatherShield, AWPA U1(A) MCA. Reten STD. 0.15.
4. Mold: No
5. Not treated N/A
6. N/A.
What sealer would you recommend for my deck
That will last for 2-3 years (if that’s possible)
Look forward to hearing back from you.
Sincerely,
DDK

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Jane
Jane

I am giving up paint due to constant peeling and will sand my pressure treated pine down to the wood. Solid stains have had same problem as paint., I am in northern az at altitude, south facing full sun. What do you suggest? P.s. I use heat mats on deck in winter to melt snow.

JOE
JOE

I’m in Pennsylvania.
Deck has a NW exposure, and gets partial sun, mostly from early to mid-afternoon.
It’s a new deck, built in late July- early August, made from pressure treated pine, and will be treated for the first time.
Beyond seal, what other products should I use for the first treatment?

Glenn
Glenn

Deck Location State: Illinois
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade: Full Sun
Wood Type: Pressure Treated Pine
Mold or Mildew Issues: No
Reason for Previous Stain Failure: New deck installed in July 2018. First staining/sealing
Previous Stain Brand and Type of stain: none

Thanks for your help with this.

Jerry cox
Jerry cox

Best stain to use semi solid in Texas on very clean treated boards