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deck stain

***NOW AVAILABLE***
Sansin Dec and ENS Natural

Sansin Dec is designed as a rugged two-coat formula that penetrates deeply, protecting your wood from within. 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.

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ENS Natural is a powerful, exceptionally clear UV top coat that can be applied to almost any finish.

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Get the best at your local Miller Paint

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We carry multiple lines of Deck and Siding Stains.  Sansin is one of the most recently added lines of stain that we carry.  They are high quality, environmentally responsible stains for an outstanding finish product.tech_main_bigpic

We believe that with the proper preparation and techniques you are sure to have a successful ending to your project… and perhaps something to brag about!

To see more on staining your deck and/or siding, click here to visit the Sansin website to help you get the most out of your deck and siding!

Not available at all locations.  Please contact your local Miller Store for stocking information.

 

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It’s that time of year again!  The sun is showing itself more and more often, you’re getting anxious for summer vacations, family barbeques, and just relaxing outside on your deck and enjoying the sweet smell of summer in the Northwest.

Question is… is it time to recoat that deck again?

Maintenance of your deck is the single most important thing in keeping the wood conditioned and protected from the NW winters.  Typically in the Pacific NW, a decks horizontal surface should be recoated every 2-3 years depending on exposure to weather. The vertical rails and such can go a little longer.  Is your deck partially covered?  To keep those uncovered areas looking as good as the others this is crucial to keep up on.

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How do you know it’s really time to recoat?  Well, it should be weathered. Visually inspect the surface coating and when it appears faded and spray the surface with water.  If it penetrates and turns the wood dark due to the moisture, this is an indication that it’s time for a new coat. If it still repels water you do not need to recoat at this time.

Keeping up on this ritual is the most important thing to ensure your deck lasts for season’s to come.

~mg