Flood Wood Care
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The Flood brand's rich heritage provides the backbone for the innovative technology found inside each superior wood care and paint additive product. Founded in 1841 by a family of professional painters, Flood is a leading producer of specialty wood stain and paint additive solutions for consumer, commercial and industrial applications. The initial Flood offering, Penetrol® paint additive, was such a breakthrough that it's still sold today and is a key component in many Flood brand exterior wood stain products. Flood products are designed to restore, protect and beautify natural woods and other surfaces. They provide consistent, reliable performance, with unsurpassed surface penetration and superior adhesion. Flood wood stain products include transparent/translucent, semi-transparent and solid color finishes, as well as surface prep products. They can be used on all different wood types and are ideal for protecting and preserving various exterior wood surfaces such as fences, decks, siding and furniture. In fact, Flood SWF-SOLID Solid Color Finish was identified as the #1 rated stain in 2008 by a leading independent consumer publication after a three-year test. Flood paint additive solutions have long been considered trade secrets for professional painters. They help overcome virtually any dilemma that might be encountered with painting, from improving paint flow and leveling to eliminating brush marks and enhancing paint adhesion. A commitment to quality is the reason nearly one-half of all paint contractors in the United States choose products from Flood, The Wood Care Specialist.
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Beautiful Wood Fencing
Cozy Covered Patio
Cheerful Front Porch
Wrap Around Porch
Charming Cedar Shake Home
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Flood Wood Care: DIY - Backyard Close-Ups
Commented: is this on tybee?Hi mathewmayne – Great question! Flood products are found on vacation homes all over the country. This image could have very well been taken in Tybee. Thanks – The Flood Wood Care Team
August 29, 2014
Commented: StainBeautiful picture! This appears to be a CWF-UV cedar or natural wood. Happy staining!
June 17, 2014