Armstrong deck and siding stain utilize nondrying conditioning oils that divide from the drying side of the formula. These deep penetrating oils soak into the wood fibers where the wood's natural oils used to be. This procedure revitalizes the wood.

The drying oils remain at the surface while locking in the conditioning oils to form a dry to the touch barrier. Armstrong-Clark wood deck and siding stains also have vegetable oils, translucent oxide pigments, mildewcide, solvent, and water repellents.

Armstrong-Clark stains are quality formulas back by five generations worth of experience in oil-based coatings together with modern technology. Armstrong-Clark wood stains can far exceed your expectations for oil-based coatings.

Suggested Use For...

  • All Decking: Cedar, Redwood, Pressure Treated Pine, IPE, Mahogany, etc
  • All Natural Wood Siding
  • Exterior Wood Stairs
  • Log Homes
  • Roof and Siding Shakes and Shingles
  • Fences
  • Playground Equipment
  • Docks

Product Specialties...

  • It's the only oil-based wood coating that can be applied in direct sunlight and heat of the day.
  • One or two coat system. If desired, an additional coat can be applied to your decks, sidings, shingles, and other items by wet-on-wet or wet-on-dry.

Armstrong Clark Stain for Decks

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    Julia · 12/21/2020
    I recently used the Armstrong Clark stain to finish our balconies. Our house has stuccos siding and needs to be cleaned. Typically, I use a bleach and TSP combination to clean the stucco. Will this bleach/TSP solution will effect the balcony stain? It will be difficult to avoid getting it on the balconies.
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      Armstrong · 12/21/2020
      The bleach will harm or "bleach" out the stain color.
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    Scott Paul · 11/13/2020
    testing this