Armstrong Clark Stain is a low VOC product and compliant for all states and Canada!

Need it shipped to you? We are able to ship to all states below within 2-5 business days!

We ship from the Metro Detroit Area to Canada. All Canadian shipped orders must be place on website. We do not take orders over the phone to be delivered into Canada. For general questions please call 248.858.8900.

Orders may also be picked up in Metro Detroit Area at our retail location:

2388 Franklin Rd

Bloomfiedl Hills, Mi 48302

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    marisa oneil · 05/20/2014
    do you have a dealer in the Los Angeles area?
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    Administrator · 05/14/2014
    No on locally, about 2-3 gallons for 500 sq. feet for one coat and 4-5 gallons for two coats if needed. You can get samples here:
    http://www.armstrongclarkstain.com/samples
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    Carol Simon Levin · 05/14/2014
    We live in nj and have a 500 sq ft deck currently being stripped after 30 years of buildup. Queries. How much stain do we need? How many coats? Do you have color samples? Can we get locally?
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    Administrator · 05/12/2014
    Karl, no dealers in your area. Not sue on the Behr color so hard to say what would match. We do have samples on the site to test.
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    Karl Schwartz · 05/11/2014
    Hello. I have two questions:

    Can you provide me with names of any A-C dealers in the Washington, DC area? Preference is for someone in near the Virginia cities of Arlington, Alexandria or Falls Church.

    Also, the HOA for my client specifies using "clear" or a "light, transparent stain/sealant" similar to Behr Natural #400 or #500 for decks & rails. Is your stain in Transparent Natural Tone a close match to this? It will be used on PT pine (hopefully new, but possibly sanded/refinished). Thanks!
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    Administrator · 05/08/2014
    Douglas James Shaw:
    Where/how do I get this product in BC,Canada?

    You cannot but we can ship it to you.
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    Douglas James Shaw · 05/08/2014
    Where/how do I get this product in BC,Canada?
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    Administrator · 05/04/2014
    claud:
    Is there some kind of clear coat so that the stain will shine and protect wood and stain better

    No you cannot add a clear coat on top of a deck stain. It will create all kinds of issues. Peeling, blistering, mold, etc.
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    claud · 05/02/2014
    Is there some kind of clear coat so that the stain will shine and protect wood and stain better
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    Administrator · 04/28/2014
    Best to remove and start over.

    Not sure what would match that SW color.

    Mahogany color can be applied to cedar but it will not look like the picture as the picture is of IPE wood. Best to get samples to test first.
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    Mary · 04/27/2014
    We have a new cedar deck(2013) that was stained with SW deckscapes 'Yankee barn' color. We live in the NE and the area of the deck that gets the most weather exposure (snow/lots of sun) has faded terribly. The rest of the deck looks OK but could use a touch-up coat to brighten it. Do you think we would be best off completely stripping/brightening/cleaning and restaining this year with your better product? Or would it be OK to just reapply the SW to the bad areas for now and then redo in the next year or two? We have SW stain leftover. Can you suggest which of your semi-trans would be closest to this color if you suggest redoing? Can your mahogany stain be applied to red cedar? The rails are trex. Thank you for your help.
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    Administrator · 04/22/2014
    nancy gray:
    Where can I buy your product in the St. Louis area?

    No dealers there but we can ship to you.
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    nancy gray · 04/21/2014
    Where can I buy your product in the St. Louis area?
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    Administrator · 04/19/2014
    Kathleen, AC cannot be tinted. You can airless spray it. No dealers there but we can ship to you from MI in a couple of days.
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    Kathleen McCann · 04/18/2014
    Are there dealers where I may purchase stain direct in the Indianapolis, Indiana area?
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    Kathleen McCann · 04/18/2014
    I am planning on cleaning, prepping barn and outbuildings to stain. There is some damaged wood at the base of the barn. I painted our house last year and would prefer the color to be the same on the outbuildings. Is there a stain that will take this color base and can I use it in an airless paint sprayer?
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    Craig Loud · 04/11/2014
    Can you tell me your nearest retailer for your stain closest to Central Coast of California 93428. Thank you
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    Richard Foy · 04/10/2014
    Do you have a dealer in the metro Denver area?
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    Administrator · 04/09/2014
    We just tested and it works.claud:
    Your contact number doesn't work
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    claud · 04/09/2014
    Your contact number doesn't work
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    Administrator · 04/03/2014
    colin woodman:
    Is this available in Canada, specifically Alberta?

    No but we can ship it there form the states.
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    colin woodman · 04/03/2014
    Is this available in Canada, specifically Alberta?
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    Administrator · 03/29/2014
    Doug, look at the Armstrong Clark in a semi-transparent or semi-solid color for this. Let weather for 3 months after install and prep first with the Restore A Deck Kit.
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    Doug Buchan · 03/29/2014
    I'm having a 24x24 cabin built this summer. It is made with pine boards. I want to stain and seal it to protect the wood. What should I use to do both. This cabin will be built in western Pa. on a shady lot. Thanks
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    Administrator · 03/03/2014
    Scott, sorry but there are not dealers there but we can ship to you.
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    Scott Rima · 03/02/2014
    We live in the McKinney Texas area (Dallas) and have read many reviews on your stain and want to see if you have any dealers in our area. We have a 15 year old Deck of PTW that we have stripped, sanded and clenaed and ready for stain and paint.
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    Administrator · 02/18/2014
    Sorry but no dealers there but we can ship to you.
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    bill · 02/17/2014
    do you have any dealers in the Phoenix area?
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    Administrator · 02/04/2014
    Best would be the AC in the Mahogany color. Let season for a few months, clean first, then stain. Best to stain with a stain pad applicator.
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    Jaime Briles · 01/31/2014
    I have a brand new pie deck what color and satin product would provide good uv protection and keep the natural color of the hardwood the best? Also can I sayin immediately after installation and how should I prep the surface and should I use a brush to apply? Any dealers near Long Beach ca?
    Thanks
    Jaime