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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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    Administrator · 08/06/2013
    4Szabos, there is not a lighter brown color. There is the semi-cedar but it is more of an caramel color.
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    Craig Szabo · 08/06/2013
    I just received my sample of rustic brown and tried it on some scrap cedar from my pergola. The color is a shade or two darker than I would like, is there a semi transparent color a little lighter but not red? This is going on a 2 month old red cedar pergola on a deck 15ft x 20 ft.
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    Administrator · 08/04/2013
    Fred, the transparent colors will fade faster than the semi-transparent colors. You should let the new wood season for 2-3 months and prepped with a deck cleaner and wood brightener before staining. I would get 2-3 samples to test.
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    Fred C · 08/03/2013
    Hi,

    Looks like your product has gotten great reviews! I'm rebuilding my decks utilizing con-heart redwood for the deck and 4 x 4 posts and 2 x 6 railing. Would you recommend the natural tone transparent color or the redwood tone transparent? Thanks.
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    Administrator · 08/03/2013
    Tim S, very similar to the semi-transparents. Maybe a little less.
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    Tim S. · 08/02/2013
    I see your comment about transparent Amber giving better UV protection than the other tranparent colors. My question is, does Amber provide the same UV protection as the semi-transparent colors?
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    Administrator · 07/29/2013
    The Mahogany is the most popular color for IPE wood.
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    Sylvie Patrick · 07/29/2013
    Which color would you recommend to stain ipe deck. I messed up and water pressured the deck leaving mark on it. I need now to stain it to recover its uniformity.
    Thanks
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    Administrator · 07/02/2013
    I would add just a little at a time of the Oxford brown into the Mahogany until you achieve your desired color.

    You cannot lightly apply the Oxford on top of the Mahogany for the rails. You should try adding a coat of your mix to the rails to see if that works.
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    Debbie Ballard · 07/02/2013
    I recently purchased the Mahogany stain, applied to just the rails on the deck and it is redder than I want. I ordered a sample of the Oxford semi-solid, which I would like to try to mix with the mahogany to see if I can get a better color. Since I already used 1 gal+ of the 5 gal pail, I want to add some of the oxford to that and return the other pail of the unopened mahogany. p.s. the deck is pressure treated pine, 30 yrs old and nothing done to it in at least 10 yrs. Very dry. Questions: 1. Can I mix the mahogany & oxford? 2. Since the rails have 2 coats of the mahogany, could I touch up (lightly apply) with the oxford just to get some of the redness out? Thanks, Debbie
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    Ferreira · 06/19/2013
    Hi,

    I need to know if this product (Mahogany) is recommended for a 1 year old pressure treat wood deck, 1st time stain in north west NJ.
    I need to know too dealers in NJ

    Thanks.
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    Administrator · 05/22/2013
    Please reorder the additional sample.
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    David Bongo · 05/22/2013
    Hi,
    I ordered the Sierra redwood sample (together with RAD) a few minutes ago. Could you also send me a sample of the Transparent redwood? I would like to compare them.
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    Administrator · 05/13/2013
    You would need to wait a at least a year or strip it off now to the bare wood.
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    Kevin · 05/13/2013
    How soon can I reapply the new color? I like to get this done before the rains start.
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    Administrator · 05/12/2013
    Kevin, Oxford brown is a darker brown with no red. I would be careful of applying too much stain as it may not be able to penetrate into the wood properly.
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    Kevin · 05/11/2013
    I purchased 5 gallons of the semi-solid Woodland which came out redder than we thought based on the color chart above. We we're looking for a chocolate brown in a semi-solid. 2 questions, can we cover the stain with one that is darker, and what would be closest to what we want which is a chocolate brown?
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    Administrator · 05/09/2013
    There currently is not be we can ship to you.
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    Lisa · 05/09/2013
    Are there any dealers in the Atlanta Georgia area, specifically Fayette County, GA
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    Administrator · 05/08/2013
    Tony, there are not any dealers there but we can ship to you.
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    Tony Minicucci · 05/07/2013
    Where can I purchase this product in Western New York?
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    Armstrong · 04/25/2013
    The higher the solids, the better the UV protection.
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    Rick · 04/24/2013
    Is there any difference with the UV protection provided by the different stains? I'm at 5500 feet elevation in the desert - receiving intense direct sunlight. I'm looking for a medium or somewhat dark brown.
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    Administrator · 04/24/2013
    Armstrong is typically reapplied every couple of years on horizontal surfaces. I can be applied to all wood types as long as the wood is prepped correctly.
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    vicki succi · 04/24/2013
    Your site doesn't explain how to maintain deck after it is stain. How frequently does this need to be applied? Can I use it on pecky cypress?
    Thanks, Vicki
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    Armstrong · 04/19/2013
    Yes we have color charts and we can send one to you if you buy a sample. We do not have any discounts.
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    rob · 04/18/2013
    Hello, do you have some type of a physical color chart? also if i wanted 1 of each of all your colors in the different opacity's is there a discount. I will definitely be buying a 5 from you once we decide. thanks Rob
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    Armstrong · 04/13/2013
    Mahogany is a semi-transparent.

    Amber is a transparent but contains 3 times the amount of trans oxides of the other transparent colors. This gives much better UV protection and why it costs more.

    Woodland Brown is a semi-solid.
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    Armstrong · 04/13/2013
    You can use both of those colors for what you are trying to do.
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    William Odom · 04/12/2013
    Are the amber and mahogany stains semi-transparent? What about woodland brown?