If this is the case a good portion if the problem could just be proper wet mil application. I shoot a ton of elastomerics and they have to be applied stupid thick or they just dont survive. For those of you having problems I'd check what the dry film thickness is specced at and check that against the dry film that you applied. If you dont have the correct tools to do this your sherwin williams or benjamin moore rep should be happy to come by and do it for you.These products (Restore, Deckover, Rescue It) are elastomeric coatings. Some applicators do not conduct proper surface prep, or they coat deck surfaces which should be replaced, which are deteriorated. If you look at the sites and reviews for all of these products, there are one star reviews next to five star reviews. Geographical areas with freeze/thaw seemed to have some serious failures this spring. One of the objections with these products is that they do not have good coverage, and they cost around $150 per 5 gallons, approximately.