DeckCorrect puts your deck back in service — easily and economically. Just roll it on like paint and get years more from your old (but structurally sound) deck.
Only DeckCorrect has a formula full of crack-filling, splinter-fixing Everbeads. So, DeckCorrect does a better job of restoring a safe and foot-friendly surface.
• Use any standard 3/8″ paint roller
• Fills cracks to 1/4″
• Locks down splinters
• Hard finish resists dirt
• Hoses off easily
• Can be used on wood or concrete
DeckCorrect™ by Cabot® covers and corrects worn, weathered, exterior wood and concrete. This thick coating is enhanced with Polycarbonate Everbeads™ to fill cracks up to 1/4″ and lock down splinters for a durable, dirt-resistant, skid-resistant surface.
Requires 2-coat application. One gallon covers approximately 75 sq. ft. with 2 coats.
Where to Use
Recommended for use on properly prepared weathered wood and concrete surfaces such as decks, porches and steps.
Preparing Your Surfaces
General: Be sure surface is free of all dirt, mildew stains, loose wood fibers and other foreign matter. Surfaces must be sound and free of standing water. Remove loose splinters and replace severely damaged or rotting wood. Prepare previously stained or weathered surfaces with Cabot Problem-Solver® Wood Cleaner, Wood Brightener or Wood Strippers. On severely weathered surfaces, sanding may be required to completely remove all loose wood fibers. Fill larger cracks with an exterior wood filler. Allow new concrete or masonry surfaces to cure for 30 days before coating with DeckCorrect.
Mildew: Any mildew stains present on the surface prior to application should be removed with Cabot Problem-Solver Wood Cleaner. Mildew stains are not caused by the coating, nor do they represent coating failure. This product contains agents that inhibit the growth of mildew on the coating’s film.
Shake and stir thoroughly before and during use. If project requires more than 1 container, blend all containers together to ensure uniformity. Working in small sections at a time (1–3 boards), use a nylon/polyester brush to dab DeckCorrect into cracks and rough areas before rolling. Use a 3/8-inch nap roller to apply a thick, even coat, rolling lengthwise along boards. Allow to dry 4–6 hours before applying second coat. Requires a 2-coat application. For best results, on vertical surfaces such as railings, Cabot Solid Color Stain is recommended. DeckCorrect and Cabot Solid Color Stain are available in complimentary colors.
Do not apply in direct sunlight, to hot surfaces or when air or surface temperature is below 50°F (10°C) or may fall below 50°F (10°C) for 48 hours after application. Do not apply over wet or damp surfaces or when rain is imminent. Do not intermix with any other products. Do not thin. Protect containers from freezing. For exterior use only.
Cleanup and Disposal
Clean brushes and equipment with soap and water. Dispose of empty cans or unused portion in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.
Your Best Buy!
DeckCorrect COVERS MORE SQ. FT. PER GALLON
– 75 sq. ft./gallon vs. national brand at 50 sq. ft./gallon
Less Expensive per SQ. FT.
Less Expensive per PROJECT
– Costs $0.47/sq. ft. vs. competition at $0.70/sq. ft.
4 more reasons DeckCorrect is better
EASIER TO USE
No special tools needed. Just roll it on like paint with a standard 3/8″ roller. Others are thicker and more difficult to work with. (Not DeckCorrect!) Clean up easily with soap and water.
MORE COMFORTABLE UNDERFOOT
Polycarbonate EVERBEADS contribute to a skid-resistant finish that’s smoother than most, so it’s easier on your feet.
Because it’s smoother, it actually resists dirt — unlike competitive brands. When it finally does get dirty, the dirty just hoses off.
COMES IN THE 51 COLORS OF CABOT® STAIN
Use DeckCorrect on hard-working, horizontal surfaces and the matching solid color acrylic stain on the verticals. So many beautiful choices!
In Traverse City: 231-947-1400
Corner of South Airport Road and Park (across from Art Van Furniture)
In Suttons Bay: 231-271-0010
1480 S. West Bay Shore Drive (M22) Just south of the Village of Suttons Bay