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This greatly depends on the type tile you have. If it is a manmade tile such as porcelain, or ceramic, then you don't have to worry about sealing it. Most natural stone tiles, especially softer or water permeable stone such as marble, limestone/travertine, and slate should be sealed as well. This would ideally be done prior to grouting to prevent the stone ...


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I've talked to Behr about this stain using a pressure sprayer for application. The Behrs is too thick for my sprayer, but they said I could use 6 oz of water per gallon to thin it. I'd think spraying a damp deck would only help the wood absorb it deeper and better. My opinion only, but I've a small piece of deck I'm going to experiment on.



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