Sure they say:
- Do not use if there is the likelihood of rain within 24hours of application
- Do not use in direct sunlight
- Rinse paintbrushes in water
But they don't say:
If two people are staining the area don't stop halfway along the length of timber if you have a very heavy hand when the first person (who may or may not be your long-suffering father) takes a break and you pick up a paintbrush because, after all, it is your house.
No, they don't say that.
If they did they could also give consequences:
Or the final product may look a little lopsided. In fact, you may have a clear square area where someone who is heavy handed (like yourself perhaps) has painted . . . with their heavy hand.
Or include a diagram of the possible result -
|In my defence I am a novice at staining decking- now I know what not to do.|
And it would be helpful if they could gave more consequences:
Then you'll have to get your long-suffering dad (again) to even it all up with a second coat because you suck at painting decking, even if you were 100% successful at staining the house last summer.
Just sayin' . . . . they don't say that.