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However after I've done 3/4 of it then looked at the tin, and it specifically states to not use it on decking...
Now is this really a big problem? I understand that it likely won't look great after people walk on it, but then the current decking specific paint the previous owner used hasn't worked well under foot either.
A lot of garden paints aren't suitable for use on smooth wood either - it just doesn't stick.
I used Ducksback on a veranda a few years back (yeah, a little stupid too) and it was utterly lethal when wet, and didn't last a year. Even though it mostly came off with a pressure washer, getting it all off out of the valleys was a nightmare.
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Leave on for 4 hours max and pressure wash off.