Armstrong Clark Exterior Wood and Deck Restoration Photos

Armstrong Clark Stain Photos

We would love for our customers to post some pictures that are finished with the Armstrong Clark Exterior Wood Stains. Please include a short description and the Armstrong Clark product(s) used to prep the wood and to stain the wood using our comment feature at the bottom. There is a link to upload photos in the bottom right corner of the comment area.

We look forward to seeing your newly restored stained deck!

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    Linda Robinson · 09/20/2018
    Eastlake, OH. Removed mold with a power washer. Prepped with restore-a-deck stripper/brightener kit. Stained with Chestnut - one coat. My deck is about 20 years old (came with the house). I absolutely love your product. It was the easiest stain I have ever applied. Highly recommend!! I don't have before pictures but I have a photo after I cleaned and brightened and after completion.
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    Tami · 06/16/2018
    Greencastle, PA. Used Semi-trans Chestnut, prepped with restore-a-deck kit, 1 coat applied. The deck is one year old and it is PTP. Love your product. Will recommend to everyone I know.
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    Greg Eardley · 05/21/2018
    What color of stain is used on the deck in this picture? Thank you.
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      Armstrong · 05/21/2018
      Semi-transparent Cedar on clear (no knots) aged cedar wood.
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    Leigh · 03/25/2018
    Is Oxford Brown and Walnut brown both brown? Do they have red undertones? Trying to put it up against red brick house
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      Armstrong · 03/25/2018
      Depends on your wood type and age of your wood as to the final color. They are both brown but if your wood has some red, then it could be highlighted somewhat.
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        Leigh · 03/27/2018
        Your picture on the home page with the tree that is rustic brown. What type of wood is it on? I have treated pine
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          Armstrong · 03/28/2018
          We believe it to be Clear (no knots) Cedar wood.
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    Armstrong · 11/14/2017
    After Pictures of Armstrong Clark in Natural Oak.

    Location of Project (City/State): Mid Michigan

    Prepping Method and Products Used: Restore A Deck Stripper Kit

    Armstrong Clark Stain Color: Natural Oak

    The number of Coats Applied: 2

    Wood Type and Age: Treated Pine. 10+ Years