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Transparent Cedar Tone
$8.00
Transparent Redwood Tone
$8.00
Semi-Trans Cedar
$8.00
Semi-Solid Mtn. Cedar
$8.00
Semi-Solid Sequoia
$8.00
Semi-Solid Woodland
$8.00
Semi-Trans Rustic Brown
$8.00
Semi-Trans Sierra Redwood
$8.00
Semi-Trans Driftwood Gray
$8.00
Amber
$8.00
Mahogany
$8.00
Transparent Natural Tone
$8.00
Semi-Solid Oxford
$8.00
Semi-Trans Natural Oak
$8.00
Semi-Trans Chestnut
$8.00
Semi-Trans Black Walnut
$8.00

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Thursday, 22 June 2017

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    Denise Kolenda · 10/09/2017
    Can I mix a little drift wood with the rustic brown to create a unique color?
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    Armstrong · 09/17/2017
    Hutch Hostetler:
    I am looking to put this stain on deck that has what they call " sun wood " . It's a reddish treated wood used for decks. I am curious as to whether or not when I buy a 5 gallon bucket, if I can have it be one that is pre mixed, or am I stuck with having to buy 2-1/2 gallons of each color, and going from there. I was thinking of using the Cedar semi- transparent and mixing it with the chestnut to get a little lighter color in case it might be a little dark. Would that work? Thanks!

    We do not custom mix colors. AC colors can be intermixed though on your end.
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    Hutch Hostetler · 09/16/2017
    I am looking to put this stain on deck that has what they call " sun wood " . It's a reddish treated wood used for decks. I am curious as to whether or not when I buy a 5 gallon bucket, if I can have it be one that is pre mixed, or am I stuck with having to buy 2-1/2 gallons of each color, and going from there. I was thinking of using the Cedar semi- transparent and mixing it with the chestnut to get a little lighter color in case it might be a little dark. Would that work? Thanks!
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    Armstrong · 09/07/2017
    Todd Yamello:
    Is the redwood tone color only available in transparent? We applied this a couple years ago and I thought it was available as a semi-transparent or semi-solid color but I don't see that in color chart. Thanks.

    Sierra Redwood is the semi-transparent color.
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    Todd Yamello · 09/07/2017
    Is the redwood tone color only available in transparent? We applied this a couple years ago and I thought it was available as a semi-transparent or semi-solid color but I don't see that in color chart. Thanks.
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    Armstrong · 09/04/2017
    Steve Merrill:
    Good day. I live in Rapid City, South Dakota. Where is the nearest retailer or dealer?

    We ship directly from our website to your door as there are not any dealers there.
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    Steve Merrill · 09/03/2017
    Good day. I live in Rapid City, South Dakota. Where is the nearest retailer or dealer?
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    Armstrong · 09/02/2017
    Lv:
    We have a log cabin stained in Sikkens Cetol 1 and 23 in NATURAL. Which of your transparent stains would match closest to that color as we have stripped Behr solid stain off and are now ready to apply Armstrong stain.

    Sorry, but we are not familiar with Sikkens colors. Please try a few color samples to test.
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    Lv · 09/02/2017
    We have a log cabin stained in Sikkens Cetol 1 and 23 in NATURAL. Which of your transparent stains would match closest to that color as we have stripped Behr solid stain off and are now ready to apply Armstrong stain.
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    Armstrong · 08/27/2017
    Patrick Sommers:
    What is the shelf life of unused portion left in a 5 gal container? Or is it best to re-seal in 1 gal containers? My project is expected to stretch over two years hence the question.

    12 months or less with an opened 5 gallon pail. you can try to seal in singles gallons and it should last a little longer. Cannot be stored in a freezing situation.
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    Patrick Sommers · 08/26/2017
    What is the shelf life of unused portion left in a 5 gal container? Or is it best to re-seal in 1 gal containers? My project is expected to stretch over two years hence the question.
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    Armstrong · 08/11/2017
    Ann Dunstan:
    I want a stain to put on a weed deck that surrounds a swimming pool with chlorine in it. Will this stain peel from the chlorine and dampness? I live in Toronto Ont and I would like to know the price. Thank you in advance

    It will not peel but chlorine can damage a deck stain by "bleaching" out the color. Prices are on the website. For shipping costs, add products to cart and enter your shipping info.
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    Ann Dunstan · 08/10/2017
    I want a stain to put on a weed deck that surrounds a swimming pool with chlorine in it. Will this stain peel from the chlorine and dampness? I live in Toronto Ont and I would like to know the price. Thank you in advance
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    Armstrong · 08/02/2017
    Richard Nestor:
    Do you ship to Quebec Canada.
    If so..if I would like 4 samples..what would be the cost including shipping.
    Thanxs.

    We do ship there. Please add to cart and enter your shipping info at checkout page to see the total cost.
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    Richard Nestor · 08/02/2017
    Do you ship to Quebec Canada.
    If so..if I would like 4 samples..what would be the cost including shipping.
    Thanxs.
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    Armstrong · 07/30/2017
    LarryF:
    Do you have fire resistant deck stains available?

    We do not.
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    LarryF · 07/29/2017
    Do you have fire resistant deck stains available?
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    Armstrong · 07/20/2017
    James T:
    I'm interested in the shine and protection of polyurethane to my new douglas fur deck. After applying the AC transparent Cedar stain can I apply one or more coats of polyurethane?

    No. It is a very bad idea to make a deck look shiny or top coat it with a poly. It will blister, peel, attract mold, and will be a nightmare to fix.
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    James T · 07/19/2017
    I'm interested in the shine and protection of polyurethane to my new douglas fur deck. After applying the AC transparent Cedar stain can I apply one or more coats of polyurethane?
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    Clifford Klump · 07/10/2017
    Ordering 4 sample colors of semi transparent
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    Victor Ortiz · 07/04/2017
    I live in New York City and a two year old deck. My deck is exposed to hot summers and snowy winters. My stairs are exposed to the sun year round but the rest of the deck is under an awning.Would you recommend a semi-transparent or a semi-solid for my deck. I am leaning towards a natural wood look but I want to protect my deck as much as possible. Thank you
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    Administrator · 06/21/2017
    Dan Phillips:
    I read where it you are not suppose to have wood filler in the deck. Unfortunately, I had already filled some holes with wood filler. Any advice on how to proceed with your stain. Also, I'm not sure where my form is that I had order four sample stains. Is there any way I can still get credit for the 5 gallon container.

    Hello, there is no way to darken the filler with the AC stains. You could possibly darken the filler with a similar color in a Minwax stain but not sure if that will blend or not.

    Fro sample credit, we need an invoice for the sample order.
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    Dan Phillips · 06/21/2017
    I read where it you are not suppose to have wood filler in the deck. Unfortunately, I had already filled some holes with wood filler. Any advice on how to proceed with your stain. Also, I'm not sure where my form is that I had order four sample stains. Is there any way I can still get credit for the 5 gallon container.
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    Armstrong · 06/18/2017
    Gellian:
    Hello
    I have a wood deck (pressure treated pine, about 3 years old, unstained/unpainted) and I had an addition installed (new wood, pressure treated pine, almost 2 1/2 month ago). Should I be using the semi-solid or can I use a semi transparent? I noticed the semi-solid indicates that it not be used for 1 year old or less. Thank you

    Semi-trans as the semi-solid has to be 1 year. Clean and brighten all the wood for the prep with the Restore a Deck Cleaning Kit.
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    Gellian · 06/18/2017
    Hello
    I have a wood deck (pressure treated pine, about 3 years old, unstained/unpainted) and I had an addition installed (new wood, pressure treated pine, almost 2 1/2 month ago). Should I be using the semi-solid or can I use a semi transparent? I noticed the semi-solid indicates that it not be used for 1 year old or less. Thank you
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    Administrator · 06/14/2017
    Reecejackson870:
    I have approx 2700 square feet of a 10 year old cedar fence that has been pressure washed and ready to treat.....never been stained or treated before. Can you recommend the number of gallons it should take to cover this area using 2 coats of your semi-transparent stain?

    Does the 2700 sq. feet cover both sides? You will need about 20-25 gallons for the two coats and 2700 sq. feet.
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    Ann · 06/14/2017
    I have approx 2700 square feet of a 10 year old cedar fence that has been pressure washed and ready to treat.....never been stained or treated before. Can you recommend the number of gallons it should take to cover this area using 2 coats of your semi-transparent stain?
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    Armstrong · 06/04/2017
    rick clement:
    i tested sequoia and oxford brown semi solid on my deck.i feel i would like a color a little browner than sequoia and not as dark as oxford.can i mix them together? i was thinking 4 parts sequoia to 1 part oxford...thanks

    You can intermix the colors.
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    rick clement · 06/03/2017
    i tested sequoia and oxford brown semi solid on my deck.i feel i would like a color a little browner than sequoia and not as dark as oxford.can i mix them together? i was thinking 4 parts sequoia to 1 part oxford...thanks
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    Armstrong · 06/03/2017
    jaime:
    had a deck and pergola of redwood built last year. It was sealed with Thompson. With all the rain we had in N.califonia wood turned dark. Pressure washed it with wood cleaner. which is best to seal and stain with uv protection? Does REDWOOD TONE have uv protection?

    Redwood tone has UV protection. For even more protection from UV, use the Sierra Redwood.