Armstrong Clark Deck Stain Near meWhether you are looking for a wood deck stain for pressure treated pine, cedar, redwood, or an exotic hardwood like IPE, Armstrong Clark has you covered. Both their regular wood stain and their hardwood stain have unique formulas that help to recondition wood fibers.

The exclusive blend of Armstrong Clark wood and deck stain uses nondrying oils that separate from the drying side of the formula to aid in wood conditioning. These special nondrying oils penetrate into the wood surface where the wood’s natural oils have diminished to rejuvenate the wood and add flexibility. At the same time, the drying oils stay on the surface to lock in the conditioning oils and to create a weather barrier against water and UV rays.

Armstrong Clark Wood and Deck Stain Near Me

Armstrong Clark wood and deck stain contains vegetable oils, transparent oxide pigments that block the sun, water repellents, mildewcides to hinder fungal growth, and solvents. The non-offensive smelling wood stain is compliant with all government environmental standards and has a low 250 VOC formula that is compatible in all 50 states. A search of Armstrong Clark wood and deck stain near me will reveal online authorized dealers that can ship anywhere in the country. This is great news for homeowners who are looking for professional results while doing their own wood-staining project.

The heavy bodied oils in Armstrong Clark stain provide excellent water repellency to reduce wood rot and decay. The solvents in the formula help with deep wood penetration to be sure the pigments and oils work as expected. This adds extra sun and water protection to keep your deck, fence, wood siding, or roofing from graying or darkening. This formula is great for rejuvenating and adding flexibility back into older or sun damaged wood surfaces. Find Armstrong Clark wood and deck stain online and save with free shipping. Protect your exterior wood surfaces with a professional like, long lasting finish.

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    Bobbie · 09/18/2020
    I live in Arvada Colorado - where can I buy deck stain near me. Thank you
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      Armstrong · 09/19/2020
      We only sell online from the website for shipping.
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    Evelyn burns · 09/16/2020
    Michigan dealers?
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    marge derentiis · 09/02/2020
    any dealers in Atlanta Georgia area ?
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      Armstrong · 09/03/2020
      We sell online online from our website as a dealer.
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    Glenn · 08/15/2020
    Can M-1 Mildewcide be added to your semi transparent stain?
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      Armstrong · 08/16/2020
      As long as it says it can be added to oil-based coatings, it should be okay.
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    Bryn · 07/27/2020
    Armstrong Clark Ipe/Hardwood stain in South Hill, VA?
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    kstrandberg7003 · 07/16/2020
    Where to buy IPE oil base stains in Milwaukee WI- 53227
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    pm · 07/07/2020
    If there is a contractor that would like to give a quote for power washing and restaining a 66x20 deck in the 17402 area using Armstrong Clark Wood Stain please respond to this. thank you..
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      Armstrong · 07/07/2020
      Hello, sorry but you cannot post a private email on a public page for your own security.
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        pm · 07/07/2020
        ok, sorry... I should not have done that..
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    Ruth · 07/06/2020
    Where do I buy in Ottawa Ontario Canada?
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      Armstrong · 07/06/2020
      Online only from this website for shipping.
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    P Mars · 06/18/2020
    Who power washes and re-stains decks in 17402? A contractor name please... that uses Armstrong Clark product..
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      Armstrong · 06/18/2020
      Sorry, but we do not have any referrals for you.
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    Di · 06/15/2020
    how long to ship to simcoe ontario in canada?
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    Di · 06/15/2020
    where to buy in southern ontario?
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    B. Andrews · 06/09/2020
    Good for use on new wood? Any prep required first for new wood? What is shipping time to Texas at this point? Thanks
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    Robert Ludwig · 06/02/2020
    Is there a shipping charge for the Armstrong Clark stains? Looking to buy one or two gallons. What if I don't use the second gallon at all, is there a refund? Thanks
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    Kevin · 05/30/2020
    Are there any Armstrong Clark Stain dealers in South Carolina?
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      Armstrong · 05/30/2020
      No, there are not. We sell online direct from our website.
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    Hope Swarts · 05/18/2020
    Are there any Armstrong Clark Stain dealerships in New Jersey
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      Armstrong · 05/18/2020
      Thre are not. We sell online from our website.
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    Sharon Milone · 05/14/2020
    any dealers in Connecticut or New York?
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    Bob · 05/12/2020
    Where can I get your stain in Auburn ca
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      Armstrong · 05/12/2020
      Hello,

      We ship online from our website as a dealer for the Armstrong Clark Stains.
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    Katherine Strong · 05/11/2020
    Any dealers or way to get this in Alaska? Thanks!
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    Mariea · 05/04/2020
    If I sanded and Pressure washed my deck will I still need to clean and brighten?
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      Armstrong · 05/04/2020
      Yes, this helps to open up the pores of the wood.
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    Sherry McNeely · 05/02/2020
    Dealers near Philadelphia PA?
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    James Troy Wilson · 04/30/2020
    Online price for 5 gallons is unbeatable, anyway. Get the stripper and the wood bleach, too - don't skip those steps! I recommend the transparents and semi-transparents. I've blended the brown with red for an awesome color. It's so good for the wood, too.
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    linda · 04/30/2020
    any stores in Calgary alberta?
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    Darryl Thomson · 04/28/2020
    Is there any dealers around North Bay Ontario Canada
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    Marilyn · 04/27/2020
    Are there any Armstrong dealers in Des Moines, IA
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    Teresa Shank · 04/22/2020
    Are there any Armstrong dealers in Marietta, GA or surrounding areas?
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    Jason · 04/14/2020
    Hi are there any dealers in Naples FL?
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    Brigitte · 04/07/2020
    Hi there. Any dealers in Montana?
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    Karin · 09/19/2019
    I am in the process of re-staining my decks with AC Semi-transparent in Cedar. I had previously stained these decks (4 years ago) with two coats of a mixture of AC Rustic Brown and Driftwood Gray. Because I am going lighter in color I would appreciate your advise. I have already pressure washed the decks (1 week ago) with a product called Shark Skin Wood Cleaner and Brightener. There are still a few areas that have residual gray and some knots that are holding the gray. The decking is cedar and there are a few replacement boards that that were added and then cleaned and brightened along with the old deck boards.

    I will do some additional pressure washing on the few areas where the stain wasn't fully removed. Should I sand the few knots that are still grey? This will require more drying time overall. Do I need to switch products for my prep to AC, either Strip and Brighten or Clean and Brighten? Should I stick with a darker stain since I used Rustic Brown mix before? Finally, can I wait to complete this project till the Spring since we are having regular interruptions with rain each week? Will I need to reprep at that time or just clean with soap and water?

    I am attaching some pictures below.
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    Danielle · 09/19/2019
    Any dealers in WV?
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    David · 09/12/2019
    Any dealers in Alaska