Looking for a ‘Goof Proof’ stain?

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Ready Seal® wood stain and sealer is the product you’ve been looking for. We’ve tried it on our own deck and found it was as easy as stated.

It contains all the essential elements of a quality finish for exterior wood projects. Ease-of-application was a priority throughout the formulation of Ready Seal® to ensure a hassle-free application, saving time for the contractor and promising a Goof-Proof™ process for homeowners.

Six reasons to try it out:

  • Requires no primer
  • May be sprayed, rolled or brushed onto the wood surface
  • Requires no diluting or thinning prior to spray applications
  • Requires no back-brushing and Ready Seal® will never leave runs, laps or streaks
  • Requires no wet-line application, the product will blend itself
  • Requires no specific temperature range for proper application

HOW TO APPLY READY SEAL WOOD STAIN & SEALER
Surface must be clean of mildew, dust, dirt, oil and grease.
All previous stains and sealers must be completely removed.
Caustic strippers must be neutralized thoroughly.
Rinse thoroughly with water. Before staining, wood must dry completely for 48 hours or more depending on weather conditions.
Protect against overspray and cover all plants and vegetation with plastic drop cloth before applying Ready Seal.
Take special precautions when working around porous stone and concrete surfaces, Ready Seal is a penetrating stain, and will do so on any porous surface.
Pressure washing must be done with special care, so that no damage to the wood surface occurs.
Sanding is not required on new wood to which Ready Seal will be applied. If sanding is desired, be sure to adequately clean the surface of all dust prior to staining.
Ready Seal recommends a minimum of 12% moisture or less in all wood species and projects to be stained.
Moisture content can be measured using an electronic moisture meter.

We can help you choose the right stain for your project and answer any questions you have. Call, email or drop by to see us.