The Armstrong Clark Stain Photo Album

Armstrong Clark Wood Stains comes in 16 different color choices. Armstrong Clark penetrates into the wood grain while "enhancing" the natural color tones of your wood. 

Very Important: We do not guarantee final colors due to age and species of the wood, and how wood is prepared, affects the final color of an applied stain. Please use an Armstrong Clark Sample can to test for color and absorption on your wood before beginning application.

Final Armstrong Clark color will vary based on:

  • Type of Wood
  • Age of Wood
  • Prepping of Wood
  • Application method

 Armstrong Clark Stain Photo Gallery

There are over 100 pictures of all Armstrong Clark stain colors. Descriptions of stain colors are below each picture.

Colors are listed in same order as Color Chart.

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If you have used the Armstrong Clark Stains, we would love to see your photos!

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    rdwest · 02/15/2019
    I live in Virginia Beach, VA. Where is the nearest dealer?
    I have vertical t&g cedar deck skirt stained with A-C semitransparent in 2015. Some boards have had to be replaced. How well will Chestnut or Rustic brown blend the new with the old when restaining the skirt with SP A-C?
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      Armstrong · 02/17/2019
      There are not any dealers in VA but we can ship to you directly from our website. You will need to prep all wood and remove the previous coating to get the wood to blend better. New wood will always be slightly lighter in color as it is less absorbent.
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    JAMES CIGALINA · 02/12/2019
    Rustic brown turned out beautiful work done 8/15/18
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    Bill · 02/11/2019
    The deck and dock are 2900 square feet. Some of the wood is new (replaced after last hurricane) and some is 3+ years old. How many gallons of semi transparent cedar would you recommend? Also can i do a section at a time with out it looking bad
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      Armstrong · 02/11/2019
      You can break it up into sections but make sure it is a clean break at a deck board. You will need about 15 gallons for one coat of the AC. Give or take on the porosity of the wood.
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    Bill · 02/10/2019
    Looking to use one of your products on a deck over fresh water.
    Have already cleaned and prepped the dock
    Will semi transparent cedar work
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    Mark Levenick · 11/23/2018
    I am looking to use this to stain (mountain cedar semi-solid) and seal red cedar Adirondack chairs I am making. Will the color rub off on clothing after it dries.

    Thank You,

    Mark
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      Armstrong · 11/24/2018
      When using a semi-solid on new wood, the wood will need to season outside fully exposed for 1 year and will need to be clean and brightened for prep after. If you do this correctly, it will fully cure and not rub off.
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    Arati · 11/17/2018
    What color would be closest to oiled ipe on select grade pine ship lap siding?
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    BAM · 11/04/2018
    I am using mangaris boards for a wall-topper, what colors would you recommend?
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      Armstrong · 11/05/2018
      You want a hardwood color. Amber, Mahogany, or Black Walnut.
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    BP · 10/31/2018
    I have jarrah wood, what would be the best color match?
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      Armstrong · 10/31/2018
      You can use any of the 3 AC Hardwood colors. Amber, Mahogany, Black Walnut. Preference as to what color is up to you.
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    LBS · 10/23/2018
    Can Driftwood be lightened to look more white?
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    Robert Teer · 10/23/2018
    Hello,
    I have a mahogany panel wall on the exterior. Would this Oxford Brown take on the Mahogany?
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      Armstrong · 10/23/2018
      No. You would need the Amber, Mahogany, or Black Walnut for mahogany wood.