Armstrong Clark Hardwood/Ipe Stain 1 Gallon

$45.99
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Armstrong-Clark's stain offer the long lasting life on exotic hardwoods. Note: There are not two different versions of Amber and Mahogany Colors. Same version and they can be used on all wood types, but these colors were designed for exotic wood like Ipe and Mahogany.

Tested by professionals, Armstrong Clark outperforms all other brands on exotic wood such as:

  • IPE
  • Mahogany
  • Cumaru
  • Tigerwood
  • All Brazilian Exotic Woods

Key Features of Armstrong Clark Hardwood Stain:

  • Application can be done in direct sunlight and on hot days.
  • Applies easily by roller, brush, garden sprayer or airless sprayer. During spraying - going back over with a brush or roller will help give a more even appearance. After 24 hours any remaining puddles or glossy spots can be removed using a dry rag.
  • Older wood is reconditioned by deep penetrating nondrying oils.
  • Drying oils lock in the conditioning oils while pigments and water repellents lock out moisture and UV damage.
  • Armstrong wood stain is compliant with all environmental standards.
  • Does not contain any offensive odors.

Amrstrong Clark Hardwood Colors

Coverage Area for Exotic Hardwoods:

Armstrong-Clark Deck and Siding Stain applies at 300-400 sq ft per gallon. Depending on wood porosity, actual coverage will vary.

Important

 *We do not guarantee stain colors as they will vary widely depending on the wood type, age of wood, prepping of wood, and application. Small samples are available at top

 

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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Armstrong Clark Hardwood Colors are the top rated VOC compliant penetrating oil based stain for exterior exotic hardwoods. Allowed in all US States and Canada!

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    Administrator · 06/23/2015
    mojobaer:
    I am going to use the Hardwood/IPE Mahogany. Do you recommend adding a 2nd coat to increase longevity? If so, should it be done as a wet coat or let dry?

    Not for exotic hardwood decking such as IPE. It will not absorb into the wood.
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    David Tierkel · 06/23/2015
    I am going to use the Hardwood/IPE Mahogany. Do you recommend adding a 2nd coat to increase longevity? If so, should it be done as a wet coat or let dry?
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    David Tierkel · 06/23/2015
    I am going to use the Hardwood/IPE Mahogany. Do you recommend adding a 2nd coat to increase longevity? If so, should it be done as a wet coat or let dry?
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    Administrator · 06/15/2015
    dawn pompeo:
    what stores carry the armstrong clark ipe wood stain?

    Only sold online.
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    Administrator · 06/15/2015
    dawn pompeo:
    what stores carry the armstrong clark ipe wood stain?

    Only sold online.
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    dawn pompeo · 06/14/2015
    what stores carry the armstrong clark ipe wood stain?
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    dawn pompeo · 06/14/2015
    what stores carry the armstrong clark ipe wood stain?
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    Administrator · 05/20/2015
    Ashley:
    Is this the stain type you would recommend for a newly installed cedar deck? Also how long do I wait to stain the deck after install? And how long does the wood need to dry after a wood cleaner and brightened is Applied to stain?

    Thanks

    You would want the regular Armstrong Clark stain. Please read this about new wood: http://www.armstrongclarkstain.com/new-decking-and-armstrong-clark-stain
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    Administrator · 05/20/2015
    Ashley:
    Is this the stain type you would recommend for a newly installed cedar deck? Also how long do I wait to stain the deck after install? And how long does the wood need to dry after a wood cleaner and brightened is Applied to stain?

    Thanks

    You would want the regular Armstrong Clark stain. Please read this about new wood: http://www.armstrongclarkstain.com/new-decking-and-armstrong-clark-stain
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    Ashley · 05/20/2015
    Is this the stain type you would recommend for a newly installed cedar deck? Also how long do I wait to stain the deck after install? And how long does the wood need to dry after a wood cleaner and brightened is Applied to stain?

    Thanks
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    Ashley · 05/20/2015
    Is this the stain type you would recommend for a newly installed cedar deck? Also how long do I wait to stain the deck after install? And how long does the wood need to dry after a wood cleaner and brightened is Applied to stain?

    Thanks
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    Administrator · 04/29/2015
    KevinZ:
    I wanted to use the AC Ipe Stain on my Cumaru siding. I'm still debating which color to go with. The Hahogany looks significantly darker than the Amber. Do you have side by side picture of two color applied on Cumaru? Thanks!

    We do not but you can get samples to test from the menu.
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    Administrator · 04/29/2015
    KevinZ:
    I wanted to use the AC Ipe Stain on my Cumaru siding. I'm still debating which color to go with. The Hahogany looks significantly darker than the Amber. Do you have side by side picture of two color applied on Cumaru? Thanks!

    We do not but you can get samples to test from the menu.
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    KevinZ · 04/29/2015
    I wanted to use the AC Ipe Stain on my Cumaru siding. I'm still debating which color to go with. The Hahogany looks significantly darker than the Amber. Do you have side by side picture of two color applied on Cumaru? Thanks!
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    KevinZ · 04/29/2015
    I wanted to use the AC Ipe Stain on my Cumaru siding. I'm still debating which color to go with. The Hahogany looks significantly darker than the Amber. Do you have side by side picture of two color applied on Cumaru? Thanks!
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    Administrator · 04/10/2015
    Susan:
    Is there a dealer near Knoxville, TN? Zip 37902

    Sorry but no. We can ship there in 2-3 days.
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    Administrator · 04/10/2015
    Susan:
    Is there a dealer near Knoxville, TN? Zip 37902

    Sorry but no. We can ship there in 2-3 days.
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    Susan · 04/09/2015
    Is there a dealer near Knoxville, TN? Zip 37902
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    Susan · 04/09/2015
    Is there a dealer near Knoxville, TN? Zip 37902
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    Administrator · 04/01/2015
    Craig Merriman:
    can I use a different brand cleaner/brightener to clean the deck before applying stain? I know to wait until the deck has dried before staining, but if I can't stain right away, how long can I wait before needing to clean again. thanks, Craig

    Best to use the products we suggest for the prep. You should stain within 1-2 weeks after the prep.
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    Administrator · 04/01/2015
    Craig Merriman:
    can I use a different brand cleaner/brightener to clean the deck before applying stain? I know to wait until the deck has dried before staining, but if I can't stain right away, how long can I wait before needing to clean again. thanks, Craig

    Best to use the products we suggest for the prep. You should stain within 1-2 weeks after the prep.
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    Craig Merriman · 04/01/2015
    can I use a different brand cleaner/brightener to clean the deck before applying stain? I know to wait until the deck has dried before staining, but if I can't stain right away, how long can I wait before needing to clean again. thanks, Craig
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    Craig Merriman · 04/01/2015
    can I use a different brand cleaner/brightener to clean the deck before applying stain? I know to wait until the deck has dried before staining, but if I can't stain right away, how long can I wait before needing to clean again. thanks, Craig
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    Armstrong · 09/21/2014
    anelson86:
    I accidentally ordered a sample of the hardwood stain as it was only labeled "Mahogany". As it turns out, I really like this color on my for porch. Can this hardwood stain be used on fir? If so, can it be mixed with the standard deck stain in woodland brown to achieve a darkened color? Thanks!

    Mahogany can be used on all wood types and all AC colors can be intermixed for a custom color.
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    Armstrong · 09/21/2014
    anelson86:
    I accidentally ordered a sample of the hardwood stain as it was only labeled "Mahogany". As it turns out, I really like this color on my for porch. Can this hardwood stain be used on fir? If so, can it be mixed with the standard deck stain in woodland brown to achieve a darkened color? Thanks!

    Mahogany can be used on all wood types and all AC colors can be intermixed for a custom color.
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    Andrew Nelson · 09/19/2014
    I accidentally ordered a sample of the hardwood stain as it was only labeled "Mahogany". As it turns out, I really like this color on my for porch. Can this hardwood stain be used on fir? If so, can it be mixed with the standard deck stain in woodland brown to achieve a darkened color? Thanks!
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    Andrew Nelson · 09/19/2014
    I accidentally ordered a sample of the hardwood stain as it was only labeled "Mahogany". As it turns out, I really like this color on my for porch. Can this hardwood stain be used on fir? If so, can it be mixed with the standard deck stain in woodland brown to achieve a darkened color? Thanks!
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    Administrator · 08/18/2014
    Paul Thomas:
    I have a tigerwood deck and have used Penofin hardwood oil for about 4 years. Wiping with cloth after application is the hardest part of the job. Is such wiping necessary with your Armstrong Mahogany or Amber stains? Also, can I switch to Armstrong if I use your RAD Stripper first to remove the Penofin oil?

    After stripping you can use the AC. You do not need to wipe. Just let it absorb into the wood grain. Only one coat for exotic woods such as yours.
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    Administrator · 08/18/2014
    Paul Thomas:
    I have a tigerwood deck and have used Penofin hardwood oil for about 4 years. Wiping with cloth after application is the hardest part of the job. Is such wiping necessary with your Armstrong Mahogany or Amber stains? Also, can I switch to Armstrong if I use your RAD Stripper first to remove the Penofin oil?

    After stripping you can use the AC. You do not need to wipe. Just let it absorb into the wood grain. Only one coat for exotic woods such as yours.
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    Paul Thomas · 08/17/2014
    I have a tigerwood deck and have used Penofin hardwood oil for about 4 years. Wiping with cloth after application is the hardest part of the job. Is such wiping necessary with your Armstrong Mahogany or Amber stains? Also, can I switch to Armstrong if I use your RAD Stripper first to remove the Penofin oil?