High precipitation Idaho mountain home: Recently did my yearly touch ups on our decking railings which we treated with Ready Seal using a sprayer and brush before installing them all brand new 2 summers ago. We wanted our railings to have a more high end and modern look (we didn't want too classic of a log cabin look on these classic cabin styled railings) and the Mission Brown product did that so well! This color created a really great match for the darker red deck color on the horizontal floor boards. Highly recommend ordering the samples for all colors and testing all, labeling as you go to keep track. Thanks to testing, we unexpectedly landed on a color we wouldn't have chosen fm looking online or at color sample pamphlets fm our local hardware stores that stock Ready Seal. The color looks super sharp w/ the wood grain beauty coming through, the texture is so lovely, and we are so glad we didn't choose a more opaque paint product fm a different manufacturer. The application is easier IMO than a lot of products I researched. Reapplication is even easier with a small tarp below working area for any drips. In the dry months I can easily see which railings need that annual Ready Seal touch up bc the wood looks drier, a much lighter washed out color than the rest. A quick clean up of those surfaces and reapplying Ready Seal to them w/ regular paint brush, and they look instantly great! The railings that take the most sun exposure and have most snow sitting on them in winter will need that maintenance coat of Ready Seal every year. The applications fm year to year blends so nicely! Not a lot of pressure on me to create a seamless look. This year I was able to do my reapplication work in some colder temped, dry fall weather. Too chilly for other paint products to be at the correct application temperature. I really love that flexibility! I feel smart for choosing Ready Seal fm the beginning of this project. I am interested in using this product for future wood treating needs.