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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    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
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    Administrator · 01/06/2014
    speed51133"][quote name="opwdecks:
    Armstrong Clark does not suggest prestaininig. Best to let the wood dry out so the AC will be able to work well. With cedar wood we suggest 2-3 months for this. Stain the exposed wood after the siding is installed. You will need to prep the wood first.[/quote]

    So you do not suggest staining the back of cedar siding?

    No Need.
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    speed51133 · 01/03/2014
    opwdecks:
    Armstrong Clark does not suggest prestaininig. Best to let the wood dry out so the AC will be able to work well. With cedar wood we suggest 2-3 months for this. Stain the exposed wood after the siding is installed. You will need to prep the wood first.


    So you do not suggest staining the back of cedar siding?
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    Administrator · 01/03/2014
    Armstrong Clark does not suggest prestaininig. Best to let the wood dry out so the AC will be able to work well. With cedar wood we suggest 2-3 months for this. Stain the exposed wood after the siding is installed. You will need to prep the wood first.
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    speed51133 · 01/03/2014
    I am building a home with western red tongue and groove cedar siding. I have been getting conflicting information about when to apply stain. Some reputable sources tell me to pre-finish everything, and all sides. Some stain manufacturers tell me to not stain until the wood has weathered for almost a year, clean and brighten, then stain.

    Do you recommend using your stain on new cedar? It will be kiln dried. What about back staining?
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    Administrator · 11/13/2013
    terry gibbs:
    I have a new redwood deck that I acid cleaned and sanded. I would like a clear finish because I love the color of the wood and UV protection as it will be in the sunlight. Which product should I get and can I get it asap in California?

    Terry, you must have color in the stain if you want UV protection. Clears will not offer this. We can ship to you from the website.
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    terry gibbs · 11/12/2013
    I have a new redwood deck that I acid cleaned and sanded. I would like a clear finish because I love the color of the wood and UV protection as it will be in the sunlight. Which product should I get and can I get it asap in California?
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    Administrator · 11/04/2013
    Brian:
    Do you have any dealers in the Boston (west or Boston) area

    We do not have dealers there but we can ship to you.
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    Brian · 11/02/2013
    Do you have any dealers in the Boston (west or Boston) area
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    Administrator · 10/30/2013
    Have you tried the Rustic Brown?
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    Lindsey Balkcom · 10/30/2013
    Hello Jake, You sent us several samples and we love the product but they are too orange for our liking. Is there a brown you suggest that will allow the grain to show through. We have the Douglas Fir T&G. We also do not want a red undertone, just brown. Thank you!
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    Administrator · 10/25/2013
    Lynn, no dealers there but we can ship to you in 2-3 business days.
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    Lynn · 10/24/2013
    Do you have any dealers near Albany NY? If not how long does shipment take? I have questions about when to apply.
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    Administrator · 09/29/2013
    If you decide to paint later you will need to strip off the AC first then follow directions per the paint manufacturer as for application of their product.
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    Mark · 09/28/2013
    I am planning to use Armstrong Clark stain on Atlantic Cypress clapboards, smooth side out. At a future date, if the house is painted, what sort of sanding/priming procedure would you recommend? Thanks!
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    Administrator · 09/22/2013
    Kris, I would wait a few months then prep first with a cleaner and wood brightener. No need to wait a year.
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    Kris Hallinger · 09/21/2013
    I have a new deck of pressure-treated southern pine in NJ. How long do you recommend waiting before applying Armstrong Clark semi-transparent stain? Are there advantages and/or disadvantages in waiting up to 1 year?
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    Administrator · 09/21/2013
    Great!
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    glo grann · 09/20/2013
    Within minutes of writing this email, OPW LLC called me back. Cindy answered all my questions about the stains, and got me next day delivery. I am thoroughly impressed with this service.
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    glo grann · 09/20/2013
    i just ordered three gallons of mahogany stain. i would like to add a sample of it to the order. i can resend billing info.thanks, glo
    I live in MI and the zip is 49546
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    glo grann · 09/20/2013
    Can you please give me shipping time of three gallons of stain to grand rapids, MI 49546
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    Administrator · 09/12/2013
    Crystal, we do ship to Canada. You would have to order from the website and the shipping and other charges will be shown to you prior to payment. We do not take phone orders from Canada.
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    Crystal Verge · 09/11/2013
    Hi can you ship to Vancouver, BC, Can. ? How much woud shipping be for a five gallon pail?

    Can I have a phone number for you. The 866 number won't work for me.

    Thx
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    Administrator · 09/07/2013
    Judy, you cannot buy it in Canada but we can ship it to you.
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    Judy Heal · 09/06/2013
    Can you buy Armstrong Clark Stain in Canada? I'm on the east coast in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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    Administrator · 09/06/2013
    Try the site www.thewoodpros.com for pictures.
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    S · 09/05/2013
    Could you please let me know which, if any, of your pictures on your site use the semi-transparent stain rustic brown? I was hoping to see a picture of that color on a deck...