Used Behr deckover last summer (after the June deadline) for lawsuit. Complete disaster although I know what I'm doing with painting, preparation, etc., been painting homes/decks, everything my entire
life....looked great last summer after 2 coats, as directed. This spring wen the snow melted, there were huge "bubbles" underneath most of the deck...huge deck, preparation and treatment took a long time to do and I FOLLOWED the steps your company recommended.
Hundreds of dollars for the materials and at least 30 hours in labor...at least...with a new knee replacement, no less. Look people, I'm a firm believer in giving a company a second chance...I (am probably a fool) but I have recently bought the same TUGBOAT brown/tan product for my deck, which took me weeks to prepare from the damage last year's "attempt" with your product created/caused. I am unable to file for compensation as it was after the June 27 deadline. However, I was a FIRM Behr paint, etc.
enthusiast. I still may be. If this is the same result this time, and no improvement has been made, what are we to do? I definitely deserve some type of consideration but I'm no fool and will not pursue a possible "hopeless cause".
Workers like myself have no recourse but to stop using your products. Many of my friends already have. As mentioned, I will try it again this week and next.
I guess I am a fool but I really believe everyone deserves a second chance. Ernest Rist
Product or Service Mentioned: Behr Premium Deckover Deck Paint.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $1000.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.