Fence & Deck Stain

Baker’s Gray-Away Wood Seal protects natural wood color, repels water, extends wood life, provides a mold, mildew and fungus resistant film and the pigmented stain formula prevents graying and weathering. This product can be used on cedar roofs (shakes and shingles), fences, decks, log homes, cabins, siding, spas, gazebos, arbors, cedar, redwood, pine and any other exterior wood.

Baker’s Gray-Away is available in a wide variety of rich natural colors.

Selecting the best product for your project – All Finishes Are NOT Equal

Weathering tests have shown that most natural wood stains and water repellents last only 7 to 18 months before mildew and weathering become problems. Most home owners report they are refinishing their fences every year to maintain the original wood color. Two major rules apply to selecting a natural wood finish. You should use a wood preservative rather than just a water repellent, penetrating stain or a combination stain and water repellent. It should also be pigmented. The pigment must be high quality so that it compliments the wood, rather than masks fungi. A wood penetrating water repellent and ultraviolet light absorber will help the finish to maintain a good appearance. The finish should penetrate into the wood rather than form a surface film. Any product that forms a film on the surface will eventually flake, peel or chip. The stain, finish or sealer you choose must also offer easy maintenance in the future. Always choose a product that can be re-coated without build-up. Most film-forming products must be stripped each time before re-application (something you aren’t told until it’s too late).

Baker’s Gray-Away meets ALL of these requirements for long life, exceptional protection and easy maintenance!

 

Maintenance

The natural wood look requires scheduled maintenance. Once properly applied, Baker’s Gray Away wood seal will need a light cleaning and maintenance coat every 2 – 3 years on decks and every 4 – 5 years on fences. Routine and maintenance cleaning should be done with a weak percarbonate cleaner or weak bleach water solution. Before re-application of stain, be sure to neutralize and balance the pH after cleaning with an acidic brightener. Brightener is not required for periodic cleaning unless stain is being re-applied. Never clean with a degreaser as it may remove the protective oils in the sealer.

 

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