Storm System Acrylic Stain w/ Enduradeck Technology is a low sheen finish designed for use on decks and other
exposed flat areas as well as vertical siding, fences and railings that are subjected to the rigors of drastic weather and
temperature conditions, abrasion, acid rain or snow. This high hiding stain provides maximum protection against water,
ultraviolet rays and general atmospheric contamination. This stain resists cracking, peeling and blistering and can be
used on new wood, previously stained wood, properly pressure treated wood.
Sundecks, railings and posts, fences, benches, trellis, wood walkways, open porches, wood screening, patios, garden
enclosures, outdoor furniture, siding and composite decking.
Surfaces must be thoroughly clean and dry. Always test a small area before application to the entire surface. All
mildewed areas should be cleaned with Storm System All Surface Mold & Mildew Stain Remover. New pressure
treated wood should be scrubbed with Storm System All Surface Cleaner to remove all surface deposits. Rinse
thoroughly and allow to dry.
All surfaces should be sanded down to remove any dead wood fibers from the surface, to ensure proper penetration
and adhesion. If coating over a previous Semi-Transparent or Semi-Solid stain, sand surface down to bare wood.
New Cedar or redwood siding may have Mill Glaze. Abrading the surface by sanding will ease the surface tension and
allow for the stain to properly penetrate and adhere.
Lead Warning ! - If you scrape, sand or remove old paint from any surface, you may
release lead dust.
LEAD IS TOXIC. EXPOSURE TO LEAD DUST CAN CAUSE SERIOUS
ILLNESS, SUCH AS BRAIN DAMAGE, ESPECIALLY IN CHILDREN. PREGNANT WOMEN
SHOULD ALSO AVOID EXPOSURE. Wear a NIOSH-approved respirator to control lead
exposure. Carefully clean up with a wet mop or HEPA vacuum. Before you start, find
out how to protect yourself and your family by contacting the U.S. EPA/Lead
Information Hotline at 1-800-424-LEAD (5323) or log on to www.epa.gov/lead.
Stir thoroughly before and during application to insure uniform appearance. Material should be intermixed by pouring
into a large container and stirring before painting large areas, to insure color uniformity. On bare wood, thin the first
coat with approximately one-pint water per gallon, then apply 1 or 2 un-thinned finish coats. Apply evenly with a quality
nylon or synthetic brush maintaining a wet edge. Start at the end of boards and go along surfaces to a break point to
avoid lapping. If spraying, back brush immediately. This product may also be applied by roller or pad applicator.
Coverage: 325-375 square feet per gallon on smooth surfaces. 200-275 square feet per gallon on porous surfaces.
Dry time: 1 hour to touch, 4 hours to recoat.