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williams1111

07:11AM | 10/23/05
Member Since: 10/22/05
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Against my wishes, my determined husband stained our deck yesterday and the rains came in early this morning. The stain was still tacky when we went to bed and when we woke up, rain. How much damage has this caused??? BTW, I told him it was supposed to rain today, but he thought it would be fine to stain anyway. It would've been better for us to wait for some sunny weather, but we're in Seattle and that won't happen again until next July.

Thanks for any advice,

CW

woodrenewkcmo

06:03PM | 10/23/05
Member Since: 10/22/05
4 lifetime posts
It all depends upon the type of stain which was used. If it was an oil based product, I would recommend pressure washing it again and re-applying another coat, but make it a light coat.

If it was a quality water based product with enhanced oil-emulsion, it may be OK. When the wood dries out real good, check for light spots. If none, youre ok. If so, re-apply.
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