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Deck Care Finishing System Introduced

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

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CLEVELAND—Products for staining, sealing, stripping, cleaning and restoring decks make up the new SuperDeck line from Sherwin-Williams.

The products include Infrared reflective technlogy stains that are designed to help keep surfaces cool in hot temperatures.

The SuperDeck system offers a clear sealer and semi-transparent, semi-solid and solid color stains in a waterborne formula, plus oil-based transparent and semi-transparent formulations.

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Sherwin-Williams' new SuperDeck system includes a variety of products for staining, sealing, stripping, cleaning and restoring decks.

SuperDeck can be applied on new, uncoated, pressure-treated, weathered lumber, cedar and redwood. The products are available in a range of colors that complement the company's WoodScapes stains.

The SuperDeck line includes:

IR Reflective Waterborne Deck Stains. These products reflect UV rays back into the atmosphere, keeping the exterior surface temperature cooler than darker stains. The line is available in three colors, in semi-solid and solid formulas

Waterborne Semi-Solid Stain. Semi-solid stains have a pigmented appearance that allows some natural wood grain to show through. The product also repels water on new or weathered wood and can be applied to damp or dry wood.

Log Home and Deck Stain. This product aims to achieve the appearance and weathering performance of a satin varnish. The manufacturer touts its water beading properties and UV inhibitors.


The SuperDeck line includes a variety of solid and semi-solid stains.

Related products include:

  • SuperDeck Deck & Dock Elastomeric Coating, for smoothing and filling rough or damaged surfaces;
  • Log Home Oil & Waterborne Finishes;
  • Exotic Hardwood Stain; and
  • Pressure Treated Wood Stain.

More information: www.sherwin-williams.com.


Tagged categories: Deck coatings; Sherwin-Williams; Wood; Wood coatings

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