Deep penetrating two-coat protection.
Between the BBQ, the patio furniture and family get-togethers, decks have to handle more traffic than any other wood around your house. That’s why Sansin Dec is designed as a rugged two-coat formula that penetrates deeply, protecting your wood from within. Where many deck coatings easily peel and scratch, exposing wood to the elements, Dec enhances wood tissue with lasting protection from rain and UV exposure. Perfect for cedar, exotic hardwoods, Southern pine, pressure-treated lumber – whatever your deck is made of, Sansin Dec’s deep penetrating solids will protect its beauty and character.
During summer, you want to be able to relax and enjoy the outdoors. For your peace of mind, Dec protects without using harsh or flammable solvents. Like all Sansin Enviro Stains, it is environmentally friendly; and by allowing wood to “breathe“ naturally, helps maintain a healthy moisture equilibrium that inhibits decay.
Dec is formulated with higher solids and stronger pigmentation to look better and last longer. But since even the toughest decks need to be maintained, Sansin Dec makes it easy to keep your deck looking beautiful with just a simple cleaning and maintenance coat. Available in a huge selection of stunning colors.
Horizontal surfaces require maintenance every 1-4 years. Maintenance is necessary when the surface shows signs of wear, such as fading
or erosion. Maintaining your wood on a regular basis will ensure long-lasting color retention, exceptional dimensional stabilization and effective water repellency. Periodically, clean the wood surface with a power washer or Sansin Multi-Wash to remove dirt and residue. How frequently maintenance coats are required will depend on the quality of prior preparation, quality of application and exposure levels. If fading or erosion is evident, prepare wood by using a power washer to lightly clean the wood surface; or use Sansin Multi-Wash. Then re-apply one maintenance coat of Sansin DEC according to instructions. Exposure, workmanship and color will affect the performance of the coating.