Here is great video from one of our customers showing how to prep and apply a maintenance coat of the Armstrong Clark Wood Stain.

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    Dawn · 04/03/2020
    Good morning ? we stained our 2yr old deck (pressure treated) last year. The stain soaked in so much we gave it a second coat then too. This spring the floor of the deck seems very dry with the knots in the wood turning almost white. It also obviously needs to be cleaned. After cleaning and brightening should we als9 restrain this year? After that how often should we stain? We are using semi transparent, the new colour from last year.
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      Armstrong · 04/03/2020
      The cleaner and brightener should only be used when you plan on applying another coat. If you use them, you can apply one light coat.

      BTW, knows being light or white in color is normal due to the density of the wood there. Not an issue.
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    Robin C · 02/10/2020
    Can I just clean and reapply the next year without stripping or sanding?
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    West · 10/18/2019
    When is it too cool/cold to apply deck stain?
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    Garrett L Dietz · 08/25/2019
    What about the brightener?
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      Armstrong · 08/25/2019
      Yes, you need to brighten the wood.