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Valspar® One-Coat Solid Stain & Sealer
Valspar Solid Stain & Sealer offers maximum sunblocking protection while adding a richly colored coating for ultimate coverage and durability.
1 Quart, 1 Gallon, 5 Gallon
150 ft²/gal - 350 ft²/gal
POPULAR STAIN COLORS
Freshen up the look of wood with a wash of subtle color to help hide imperfections. Valspar Semi-Transparent Stain & Sealer is available in 500 nature-inspired shades. Check out some of the most popular shades below.
HOW TO USE
UsageNew or reconditioned wood decks, porches, outdoor furniture, steps, railings, fences and siding.
PrepIn order to be effective, a stain must be able to adhere. Surfaces must be sound and may be dry or damp. If damp, the wood should be free of puddles and not feel wet. Be sure surface is free of all dirt, mildew stains, loose wood fibers and other foreign matter. Old loose stain should be scraped off and the edges sanded smooth for proper adhesion. Prepare previously stained or weathered surfaces with Valspar® Wood Cleaner to remove dirt and mildew stains or Valspar® All-In-One Wood Prep to revive extremely weathered surfaces. Scrubbing with a stiff bristle brush is required to completely remove all dirt and debris.
ApplicationApply with nylon or polyester brushes, stain pads or professional spray equipment. When spraying, always back-brush immediately. To ensure desired appearance and proper drying time, always finish a small test area before proceeding. Do not overapply. Shake and stir thoroughly before and during use. If project requires more than 1 container, blend all containers together to ensure uniformity. Apply to small sections at a time (1–3 boards); start at one edge of the board and work end-to-end, following through to the end of the boards to avoid lap marks.
Dry TimeDry Time @ 77 °F and 50 % Relative HumidityTo The Touch: 4 hour - 24 hour Recoat: 2 hour - 4 hour
Clean-up & DisposalClean brushes and equipment with soap and water. Dispose of empty container or unused portion in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.
50 °F - 90 °F
Dry to the Touch*
4 hour - 24 hour
2 hour - 4 hour