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AND, a couple of questions.
Has anyone had any experience with Armor Deck pait and will it fill the gaps between the deck boards ?
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William that's just the cats meow! Looks like Ms. William likes it.
I have used the deck paint you mention, and had no issues. My deck was old and there were 3/8" gaps between boards so I actually worked the coating into those cracks.
 

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williamlayton said:
Did you look at the pictures?
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Yep! William, I would suggest that you don't fill the cracks also. Might slow the airflow. :eek: ;D ear
 

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I don't think that air flow--in this situation---to be a problem to consider.
drainage, with this product is not an issue either. a broom will handle any collection--but penetration will not be an issue.
That is the reason for this product. It is not a stain and it is not a paint.
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I don't think that air flow--in this situation---to be a problem to consider.
drainage, with this product is not an issue either. a broom will handle any collection--but penetration will not be an issue.
That is the reason for this product. It is not a stain and it is not a paint.
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Oh certainly! I looked at the pictures. ear
 

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I haven't used the deck paint you asked about. I always used thomptsons water seal as a wood preservative on open decks. Paint is used for a different application IMO.

Easy way to apply thomptsons water seal is with a pump up sprayer like bug men use to apply their chemicals. With the sprayer it will go into the cracks. Spray from top and bottom in you setting.
 
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