Rust-Oleum Restore 10X Advanced Deck Resurfacer receives Good Housekeeping Seal

Good Housekeeping logoThe leading global coatings manufacturer Rust-Oleum has announced that Restore 10X Advanced has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal. The next-generation deck resurfacer was evaluated by the experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where engineers tested the Rust-Oleum Restore 10X Advanced on wood, composite, and concrete samples, and validated that it could stand up to rain and sun exposure. The Engineering Lab also evaluated Rust-Oleum’s own data to ensure the effects of the product would be long-lasting.

“Today’s consumers are faced with a market full of products that make a large number of claims,” said John Clarkson, brand director for Rust-Oleum. “We are honored that Restore 10X Advanced, our long-lasting repair coating made for severely worn decks and concrete patios, is backed by the Good Housekeeping Seal. The Good Housekeeping Seal will provide consumers with a trusted, third party review of the product’s claims and performance.”

Restore 10X Advanced launched in February of this year. An enhanced version of its predecessor, Restore 10X Advanced offers superior weather resistance and ultimate water repellency for superior durability and longer-lasting protection from the harshest weather conditions. Boasting 10 times the thickness of regular paint or stain, it is formulated to resurface all severely worn wooden decks and most composite decks or concrete patios, steps and walkways. Restore 10X Advanced encapsulates splinters and fills 1/4-inch cracks, making a safe, beautiful, slip-resistant surface in just two coats.

Rust-Oleum Restore is a revolutionary deck repair system that offers long-lasting protection for several deck conditions. Choose Restore 10X Advanced for severely worn decks, Restore 4X for moderately weathered decks and Restore 2X for lightly weathered decks.

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