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Transparent Natural Tone
$10.00
Transparent Cedar Tone
$10.00
Transparent Redwood Tone
$10.00
Semi-Trans Cedar
$10.00
Semi-Trans Rustic Brown
$10.00
Semi-Trans Sierra Redwood
$10.00
Semi-Trans Natural Oak
$10.00
Semi-Trans Chestnut
$10.00
Semi-Trans Driftwood Gray
$10.00
Amber
$10.00
Mahogany
$10.00
Semi-Trans Black Walnut
$10.00
Semi-Solid Mtn. Cedar
$10.00
Semi-Solid Sequoia
$10.00
Semi-Solid Woodland
$10.00
Semi-Solid Oxford
$10.00
Semi-Solid Espresso
$10.00

Armstrong Clark Wood Stain Color Chart

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Friday, 13 November 2020

Great for testing on your wood.

Armstrong

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Test your Armstrong Clark colors before you buy!

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    Erin · 06/03/2022
    Is the semi-transparent black walnut listed in the samples the same black walnut in the stain color picture card that is listed under hardwoods & softwoods?  I’m staining a mahogany deck and want to make sure I use the correct stain. 
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      Armstrong · 06/03/2022
      Yes, there is only one Black Walnut stain.
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    tc · 05/20/2022
    What is the color component of the amber and cedar stain?
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    Becky Payne · 05/18/2022
    Is Amber a transparent or semi-transparent?
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      Armstrong · 05/18/2022
      It is closer to the semi-transparent.
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    anthony mohr · 05/18/2022
    is your company able to tone down driftwood from blue looking to a grey color.
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      Armstrong · 05/18/2022
      Sorry, but we do not custom mix or modify stock colors.
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    CF · 05/11/2022
    In 2019, I had a semi solid stain applied to the deck, PPG Russet.  Now the deck is peeling in certain areas.  Will I need to remove all the stain before I apply new stain or can I clean, sand in peeling areas, and apply new stain?
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      Armstrong · 05/11/2022
      You will have to fully remove the old stain before switching brands.
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    Michelle · 04/30/2022
    My husband built a deck  2+ years ago and we have used Thompson’s water seal in the spring for the last 2 years can this product be used if Thompson’s was done in spring 2021
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    mike · 04/20/2022
    are the amber and mahogany samples the same as the semi-transparent stains for hardwoods (my deck is Massaranduba 
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      mike · 04/21/2022
      great ... anyway I can pay expedited shipping for samples?  I have a tight window on a deck
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        Armstrong · 04/21/2022
        Samples ship out day after order and ship 2-day UPS from there. They cannot ship any faster. 
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      Armstrong · 04/21/2022
      Correct 
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    jcpappas · 04/11/2022
    I recently bought a house with a deck that has not been maintained well and is currently grey. Should I use one of the semi solid stains or would I be able to use the Mahogany hardwood stain? I read somewhere that your semi solid stains were best for old wood but I love the Mahogany color.
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    Donna D · 03/29/2022
    Covering about 1500 sf of new fencing. 
    about how much product would I need? 
    thanks!
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      Armstrong · 03/30/2022
      About 10-15 gallons for two coats.
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    Donna D · 03/25/2022
    Covering about 1500 sf of new horizontal slat redwood fence, rough texture wood common con. 
    put in 3 weeks ago. Dry climate. Full sun. Clean fresh fence. 

    can i proceed with a semi-transparent stain without the clean and prep steps? 

    about how much product would I need for 1500 sf of coverage? 

    one coat sufficient? 

    on horizontal pickets do I roll on horizontally with the grain or is traditional up and down okay?

    Would you recommend a roller for the big parts/
    6 “ picket boards ? Brush for posts and finer detail?
    spongy fluffy roller or tighter fibers?

    acrylic or natural fibers on brushes rollers?

    thanks!
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    Lori · 03/20/2022
    Hi....we had a new deck built and completed 11/1/2021. Trex deck on horizontal including stair treads,  and pressure treated pine on all verticals, rails and bench. We have waited long enough for staining (in TN).  Do I need to pressure wash the verticals and bench with the RAD?  How do I know how much stain to order for the verticals and bench?
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    Randy Young · 02/15/2022
    Can you apply two coats of Armstrong Clark stain, one week apart, to get a darker color and to provide more protection? I stainedd two sample test boards, one with semi-transparent Cedar and one with semi-transparent Natural Oak, and the sample boards don't have the desired color. I'm thinking two coats would also provide more protection.  
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      Armstrong · 02/15/2022
      Yes but make sure you do not overapply.
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    H. JOHN BRUNO · 02/11/2022
    I JUST ORDERED A SAMPLE OF OXFORD BROWN. THE AD PICTURE SHOWS 3 SMALL CANS. IS THAT WHAT I'M GOING TO RECEIVE?
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    Carmela M · 11/10/2021
    I just read on your tip sheet that a newly installed fence should not be stained until 3-4 months.  Is the correct?
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    Carmela M · 11/10/2021
    Gazebo pic
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    Carmela M · 11/10/2021
    Another pic
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    Carmela M · 11/10/2021
    We have a new fence and would like to match it with our gazebo.  Both are cedar and neither has been stained.  Which stain would you suggest to match the two and maintain it’s natural beauty.
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    Robbie · 11/06/2021
    New construction home with wood fence that wraps around the property; fence has been there since July. Can I stain with "Hardwoods & Softwoods" colors? Also, what two colors can I combine to achieve the closest to an off black? I know I cannot use semi-solids because the wood is less than a year old.
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    Theresa · 10/12/2021
    Do your stains require sealer on top?
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      Armstrong · 10/12/2021
      No and you cannot apply a sealer on top of a deck stain like the AC.
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    Janet · 10/09/2021
    My mahogany decking fence was beautiful but a significant portion has a long southern exposure year round and the initial Cabot's Australian Timber oil did not last 6 months. It is now streaked with gray, natural and black ash drips from rain. What can be done to weatherproof the fence and retain natural grain look with a neutral tone, slightly amber like it was originally?
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    Uli Hagen · 09/01/2021
    Hi there, trying to find a semitransparent or transparent stain with no yellow or orange hue, or very less of these colors? Prefer a lighter color. Any suggestions and help is truly appreciated!
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      Armstrong · 09/02/2021
      All lighter colors will have a yellow hue. It is not possible to have a light brown with no yellow when you apply to exterior wood. You can do a medium brown like Rustic Brown or Natual Oak.
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    Heidi · 07/29/2021
    We are building a new house and have rough cut cedar wrapped around some posts we want to stain. Do we need to do any prep on them prior to staining?
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      Armstrong · 07/29/2021
      No need if rough sawn cut as long as it clean and dry. 
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    John · 07/23/2021
    Hello. Two questions if I may: 1/ What size (fl oz) are the samples? 2/ Does an open gallon container of the stain, if properly sealed, last or will it become unusable in 6 - 9 months? I have a couple of small pieces to stain that probably require only a quart of stain, although i intend to reapply in the future. Thanks
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      Armstrong · 07/23/2021
      1. 2-3 oz.2. Shelf life is about 12 months after being opened and properly resealed.
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    Lynn · 07/20/2021
    I applied one coat of rustic brown semi transparent stain yesterday in sunny 80 degree conditions, looked fantastic. Stain had soaked into wood, and then 6-8 hours later thunderstorm rolled in. This morning all looks good with water beaded but wondering should I remove standing water puddles in some manner? Supposed to rain again later in day too. Thank you!Lynn
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    Brooks · 07/10/2021
    I have log cabin with wrap around porch - approximately 1800 sq ft.  It is 16 years old - was initially stained/sealed with Cabot ATO - I have restained a couple of times since then with different product.  In all areas where the deck receive little to no sun, the original ATO still look decent but needs recoating.  Can I use your product on top of the ATO or should I completely strip and start over.  Looking for direction.
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      Armstrong · 07/11/2021
      You will need to fully remove the prior coatings first.
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    Jason S. · 07/05/2021
    We have a an IPE deck and we have used Cabot Timber Oil in the past.  We are looking for an oil that it closest in color to the honey teak of Cabot.  What would you suggest?   Also, will this oil last longer / penetrate deeper than Cabot?
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      Armstrong · 07/06/2021
      Amber would be closest. Your wood type (IPE) requires annual application due to the extreme density of the wood. Nothing will last longer
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    Rhonda · 07/04/2021
    We just built a rough cut pine barn we are up in the air on what type of stain to use solid or transparent  and would we need 2 applications 
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      Armstrong · 07/05/2021
      Two coats applied wet on wet. Any color that you like will work.
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    Nancy McCurry · 06/28/2021
    We have a 7 year old tigerwood deck that we are refinishing and we live in Colorado. Should we use the Semi-transparent stain? We like the look of the wood when it is wet so is Amber a good choice?
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    Jorge · 06/19/2021
    I have replaced all my deck boards and rails using treated lumber (pine) throughout the past few months.I ordered a few samples and  I  like the Oxford Brown stain.Now I am ready to stain my deck. How many coats of stain should I plan on putting on my deck for this initial staining?
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    Shannon · 06/19/2021
    Our painter stained our cedar fence with semi transparent natural oak and it is beautiful. However, some of the stain dripped onto the concrete pavers in the courtyard leaving large oil stains. What method and/or product works best to remove them? Thanks!
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      Armstrong · 06/20/2021
      Use a graffiti remover cleaner and pressure washing.