Yellawood Stain & Sealer

YellaWood Protector semi-transparent stain and clear water repellent sealer provide long-lasting, rich color and superior protection.

The first to ever bear the YellaWood name, the professional-grade, acrylic-oil hybrid wood stains and sealer are water repellent and provide excellent protection for all outdoor projects like decks, fences or outdoor furniture. In accelerated weather test exposure to UV light, condensation and high temperatures, they demonstrated color fastness and coating durability equal or superior to the leading competitor’s tested products.

The stains contain iron oxide pigments for rich, long-lasting color. The premium alkyd oil finish in the deck stains penetrates wood, providing superior moisture damage protection, while the acrylic finish repels water, resists wear, and fends off mold and mildew. For homeowners who prefer a natural look, the clear, water repellent deck sealer is loaded with UV stabilizers to maintain that stunning appearance provided by Mother Nature herself.

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