|Item Weight||8.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 7 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||LS128|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Temperature Range||40-90 Degrees Fahrenheit|
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Waterproof, Stabilize and Maintain your wood with a Modern VOC free and Non Toxic Clear Tricopolymer Coating. Great for new or existing wood, easy to apply, dries fast and remains in place up to 3 times longer than common liquid waterproofers. Applied to renovation tear-outs, subfloors and framing, Lumber-Seal is important as a sealant for old surfaces before cover-up and completion of the job. Lumber-Seal is important to apply during the completed “one-side up phase” and before insulation is installed, simply spray apply to studs and plywood to prevent and protect the walls from leaking pipes and water issue damage. Use a water based stain after sealing. The World’s First “Flood-Grade Rated Sealant”- Lumber Seal is important in Post Hurricane Repairs, flood damage repairs, ocean water damage, and river flood repairs to any structure. Compatible with water-based stains and paints. Seals Pagodas, Gazebos, Trellises, Fence, Fascia, all wood projects except deck walking surfaces. Decks can be sealed-but must be stained or painted afterwards as usual.
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Update:. 02-05-19. Not so optimal as something went wrong. I was generous with the amount of product applied, and the chairs have weathered badly in less than a year. They have turned gray again as they were before and I see no trace of protection. This may be fine indoors but outdoors, I cannot recommend it.
By portia b. on August 19, 2017
Three year Update: I don't like this so much. The surfaces, especially horizontal, that have been exposed to the elements, foot traffic and snow shoveling are completely barren of any sealant and look old, cracked and gray. Vertical posts and spindles still show evidence of having been coated. I will be treating the deck boards and railing with Pittsburgh paint Revitalize product this year. Lumber Seal may have a place somewhere in the marketplace for an application where it is best suited but decking is not it. It is good that new treated lumber can be protected with this before being secured in place but one should not count on it lasting very long and plan to go over it with another product after the six month "curing/drying" time of the lumber. In any event the underneath and ends were sealed too and that probably was beneficial to the life of the deck. Still, when you spend hundreds of $$ on a coating you don't expect to have to spend hundreds more quite so soon.
The product's website makes this claim:
>> Waterproof, stabilize and maintain original color with the next generation of VOC free and non-toxic eco coating. Lumber-Seal works indoors and outdoors and is a great multipurpose water proofer and sealer for new construction, fencing, wood sidings, shingle sidings, posts and more. Protects against rain, sun, mildew, decay and pests. <<
I have some serious concerns about this product as it's barely into it's first six months and already 1/4 of my project looks bad. It most definitely does not repel water and the color variation is truly terrible now, with many areas blotchy and ugly. What looked golden and glowing in August looks like crap no less than five months later. I now need to figure out how much of this Redwood I might need to replace in order to get things looking even throughout. Very frustrated by a product that claimed to maintain the integrity of the gorgeous lumber I chose, only to do the exact opposite and make it look hideous. What looked to be a happy, fulfilling, completed project has now become a money sucking, time sucking nightmare. Buyer beware!