Semi-Solid Stain (2750-2850)



LIVE THE OUTDOORS!

Needing greater hide than a Semi-Transparent Stain but want to still be able to highlight the natural beauty of the wood? Superdeck Semi-Solid Siding Stain provides just that, a high-hide finish while still allowing the beauty of the wood grain to show through. This is a professional grade, high solids, exterior oil finish developed to give superior protection and beautiful color to exterior wood surfaces.

PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT

Superdeck Semi-Solid Siding Stain can be applied to new or weathered vertical wood surfaces including wood siding, log homes, fences and shingles. Available in 97 custom tint colors.

  • • ONE COAT coverage with a nearly opaque finish
  • • Inhibits UV damage caused by the sun
  • • Alkyd resin combined with two oils
  • • Formulated to resist growth of mildew and algae
    on the coating’s surface
  • • For vertical surfaces only
  • • For all seasons and all environments

Important Note: Computer screens and printers vary in how colors are displayed, so the samples shown on this page may vary slightly in color, sheen or finish from actual product and individual results. Always test a small area and let coating dry to ensure color satisfaction before coating entire area. 

For an explanation of color variations between computer screens and color cards please CLICK HERE.

Please call 800-825-5382 for a retailer who carries Semi-Solid Stain to receive a free color card that features the color selection for this product line.

Semi-Solid Stain (2750-2850)

  • 2750-2850 - Sandstone
  • 2750-2850 - Bark Mulch
  • 2750-2850 - Oak Brown
  • 2750-2850 - Mission Brown
  • 2750-2850 - Brick Stone
  • 2750-2850 - Baked Brick
  • 2750-2850 - Barn Red
  • 2750-2850 - Plum Island
  • 2750-2850 - New Redwood
  • 2750-2850 - Redwood
  • 2750-2850 - Tile Red
  • 2750-2850 - Indian Corn
  • 2750-2850 - New Cedar
  • 2750-2850 - Frontier
  • 2750-2850 - Ochre
  • 2750-2850 - Sequoia
  • 2750-2850 - Taupe
  • 2750-2850 - Canyon
  • 2750-2850 - Red Cedar
  • 2750-2850 - Chestnut Brown
  • 2750-2850 - Rose Quartz
  • 2750-2850 - Desert Blush
  • 2750-2850 - Dusk
  • 2750-2850 - Ponderosa
  • 2750-2850 - Oracle Sun
  • 2750-2850 - Coral
  • 2750-2850 - Earthen Clay
  • 2750-2850 - Terra
  • 2750-2850 - Quarry Stone
  • 2750-2850 - Sienna Sand
  • 2750-2850 - Beige
  • 2750-2850 - Cavalry
  • 2750-2850 - Milkweed
  • 2750-2850 - Desert Sand
  • 2750-2850 - Tuscan Gold
  • 2750-2850 - Colonial Yellow
  • 2750-2850 - Salt Marsh
  • 2750-2850 - Dune Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Thatch
  • 2750-2850 - Acron
  • 2750-2850 - Silver Lining
  • 2750-2850 - Navajo White
  • 2750-2850 - Beachgrass
  • 2750-2850 - Golden Husk
  • 2750-2850 - Foghorn
  • 2750-2850 - Sycamore
  • 2750-2850 - Mountain Brush
  • 2750-2850 - Sagebrush
  • 2750-2850 - Mulberry
  • 2750-2850 - Gray Mist
  • 2750-2850 - Shade Tree
  • 2750-2850 - Thicket
  • 2750-2850 - Juniper
  • 2750-2850 - Napa Vine
  • 2750-2850 - Hedgerow
  • 2750-2850 - Balsam Pine
  • 2750-2850 - Arboretum
  • 2750-2850 - Mountain Laurel
  • 2750-2850 - Evergreen
  • 2750-2850 - Deep Forest
  • 2750-2850 - White
  • 2750-2850 - Cape Cod
  • 2750-2850 - Nantucket
  • 2750-2850 - Cinder
  • 2750-2850 - Seacoast Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Silver Beech
  • 2750-2850 - Sky Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Fieldstone
  • 2750-2850 - Pepper Wood
  • 2750-2850 - Pewter Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Driftwood Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Newport Blue
  • 2750-2850 - Beechwood Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Dark Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Rocky Tundra
  • 2750-2850 - Wooded Bog
  • 2750-2850 - Spanish Moss
  • 2750-2850 - Burnt Hickory
  • 2750-2850 - Cordovan Brown
  • 2750-2850 - Bark
  • 2750-2850 - Glacier
  • 2750-2850 - Granite
  • 2750-2850 - Victory Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Smoke Blue
  • 2750-2850 - Bluestone
  • 2750-2850 - Spruce Blue
  • 2750-2850 - Pacific
  • 2750-2850 - Chesapeake
  • 2750-2850 - Allagash
  • 2750-2850 - Federal Blue
  • 2750-2850 - Foothill
  • 2750-2850 - Newburyport Blue
  • 2750-2850 - Dark Slate
  • 2750-2850 - Slate Gray
  • 2750-2850 - Black


USES:

For smooth or rough exterior wood surfaces including T1-11 siding, log homes, fences, shingles, shakes and other new or weathered vertical wood surfaces. Note: Not for use on horizontal decking.
 

SURFACE PREPARATION:

All surfaces must be clean, dry, and free from dirt, mildew stains, dust and other foreign matter. Do not apply over sealed surfaces. Remove surface stains, dirt and failed oxidized stains with Superdeck® Wood Cleaner. Remove solid stains or paints with Superdeck® Wood Stripper. For redwood and cedar, follow cleaning or stripping with Superdeck® Wood Brightener to remove tannin stains and brighten wood to its original color. For new wood remove mill glaze with Superdeck® Wood Brightener.  
 
WARNING! Removal of old paint by sanding, scraping or other means may generate dust or fumes that contain lead. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children or pregnant women. Controlling exposure to lead or other hazardous substances requires the use of proper protective equipment, such as a properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) and proper containment and cleanup. For more information, call the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD (in US) or contact your local health authority.
 

PRODUCT PREPARATION:

Product should be shaken or stirred before and during application. When using more than one container of product, intermix all product and stir well to ensure color consistency.
 

THINNING:

Do not thin. 
 

TINTING:

Superdeck® Semi-Solid Deeptone Base and Neutral Base may be tinted with a compatible universal machine colorant. Use up to 12 fl. ounces of colorant per gallon.
 

APPLICATION METHODS:

Product may be brushed, rolled or sprayed. If sprayed, use the lowest possible pressure needed for a reasonable spray pattern. Back rolling is suggested when spraying, working the product smoothly and evenly into the wood to ensure a uniform appearance.
 

APPLICATION:

Proper application is essential in order to accomplish the full benefits of product appearance and performance. Different wood species, textures and natural color will affect finished shade. Always test a small area first for color satisfaction before coating entire project. Semi-Solid Stain is a penetrating stain that must be applied only at a rate the wood will absorb.  
 

NUMBER OF COATS:

One coat depending on wood porosity and wood moisture content.
 

APPLICATION TEMPERATURE:

50°F.– 90°F. Do not apply if wood surface is hot to touch or if rain is likely to occur.
 

DRY TIME @ 77°F:

24–48 hours depending on weather conditions.
 

SPREAD RATE:

Approximate spread rate:
Smooth Surfaces: 450–650 sq. ft./gal.;
Rough Sawn: 250–350 sq. ft./gal. 
 

CLEAN UP:

Clean brushes and equipment with mineral spirits or paint thinner following product manufacturer’s directions. Dispose of empty container or unused portion in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations.