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

Armstrong Clark Wood Stain Color Chart

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Thursday, 22 June 2017

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    Jim Fleury · 08/09/2016
    What is the color of stain that was used in the picture of the dock on the water on your home page ?
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    Administrator · 08/04/2016
    Keith:
    Is the mahogany Semi-solid or Semi-Trans?

    thanks

    Semi-trans.
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    Keith · 08/03/2016
    Is the mahogany Semi-solid or Semi-Trans?

    thanks
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    Administrator · 07/30/2016
    Ellen:
    For the semi-transparent rustic brown, what tint is there in the brown - pink, red, orange, true brown? I will be ordering a few samples, but want to have more info on this color before ordering. Thank you.

    It is a true brown for the Rustic.
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    Ellen · 07/29/2016
    For the semi-transparent rustic brown, what tint is there in the brown - pink, red, orange, true brown? I will be ordering a few samples, but want to have more info on this color before ordering. Thank you.
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    Administrator · 07/29/2016
    Erico:
    I have read that the semi transparent stain lasts longer than transparent stain? Is it the same with AC Stains?

    eric

    Yes, the more pigment you have, the longer the UV protection.
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    Erico · 07/28/2016
    I have read that the semi transparent stain lasts longer than transparent stain? Is it the same with AC Stains?

    eric
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    Administrator · 07/27/2016
    Donald shenberger:
    How long can you store deck stain I will have some left and would like to keep it.

    Less than a year if opened. Sometimes longer if you close the lid so there is not any evaporation. Has to be temperature controlled storage as well.
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    Donald shenberger · 07/26/2016
    How long can you store deck stain I will have some left and would like to keep it.
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    Administrator · 07/26/2016
    peggy gusler:
    because of the poor condition of the logs on all but the north side of my cabin I probably need a penetrating stain for conditioning. is your semi-solid stain penetrating or does it basically coat the log?

    The semi-solid is a penetrating stain as long as you prep the wood properly and remove all previous coatings, if any.
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    Administrator · 07/26/2016
    osborne:
    Which of the semi-transparent can you a color to?

    I am sorry but I do not understand your question?
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    osborne · 07/26/2016
    Which of the semi-transparent can you a color to?
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    peggy gusler · 07/26/2016
    because of the poor condition of the logs on all but the north side of my cabin I probably need a penetrating stain for conditioning. is your semi-solid stain penetrating or does it basically coat the log?
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    Administrator · 07/25/2016
    Duncan Boan:
    I'm trying to match the pigmentation of a nail-hole-filling saw flour paste with the colour of an original application of your stain. The 'filler' likely won't take stain, and I'm wondering whether the color of your stain will darken with each subsequent application. (if so, my 'patches' would become progressively more apparent with each application).I'm thinking in particular of semi transparent or semi solid cedar.

    Thanks in advance

    Depends on how you prep. If you clean and brighten correctly, then it will not darken much through the years.
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    Duncan Boan · 07/25/2016
    I'm trying to match the pigmentation of a nail-hole-filling saw flour paste with the colour of an original application of your stain. The 'filler' likely won't take stain, and I'm wondering whether the color of your stain will darken with each subsequent application. (if so, my 'patches' would become progressively more apparent with each application).I'm thinking in particular of semi transparent or semi solid cedar.

    Thanks in advance
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    Administrator · 07/19/2016
    Michelle Bain:
    Hello.I want a green stain to compliment a deep gray green (sherman williams color "rosemary")your stain is highly raed and I see that mountain cedar appears green in pictures.My deck is new wood douglas fir. Thank you M Bain

    Sorry but we do not have a green colored stain. Mountain Cedar is a tan/cedar color.
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    Michelle Bain · 07/18/2016
    Hello.I want a green stain to compliment a deep gray green (sherman williams color "rosemary")your stain is highly raed and I see that mountain cedar appears green in pictures.My deck is new wood douglas fir. Thank you M Bain
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    Administrator · 07/17/2016
    Donald Shenberger:
    Is the mahogany a semi transparent stain
    Thank you

    Yes it is.
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    Donald Shenberger · 07/17/2016
    Is the mahogany a semi transparent stain
    Thank you
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    Administrator · 07/11/2016
    Diane Beavers:
    Have new red cedar deck. What stain do you recommend to maintain wood grain. Deck faces south with 3-4 hours of sun but also will get sap from Maple and pine trees. Also when since this is a new deck when should we stain and will we need to use a cleaner and brightner on it. Thank you

    See this about new wood: http://www.armstrongclarkstain.com/new-decking-and-armstrong-clark-stain

    Use a semi-transparent color after the wait and prep.
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    Diane Beavers · 07/11/2016
    Have new red cedar deck. What stain do you recommend to maintain wood grain. Deck faces south with 3-4 hours of sun but also will get sap from Maple and pine trees. Also when since this is a new deck when should we stain and will we need to use a cleaner and brightner on it. Thank you
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    Administrator · 07/07/2016
    rueben houston:
    can anyone tell me where to buy armstrong clard in shreveport la pls. I called and checked everywhere. Thank you

    No dealers there. We can ship to you from our website in about 3 business days.
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    rueben houston · 07/06/2016
    can anyone tell me where to buy armstrong clard in shreveport la pls. I called and checked everywhere. Thank you
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    Administrator · 06/27/2016
    karen mackey:
    What's the difference between semi-solid and semi-transparent? Also what type is Amber -- a solid??
    thank you.

    More pigment in the semi-solid colors. The Amber is a semi-trans.
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    karen mackey · 06/27/2016
    What's the difference between semi-solid and semi-transparent? Also what type is Amber -- a solid??
    thank you.
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    Administrator · 06/23/2016
    Jim Neumann:
    I am planning to stain new cedar posts and boards. I am having a difficult time discerning any color difference between Cedar Tone and Amber.
    Is the Amber slightly lighter?

    Amber has 3 times the trans oxides as the cedar. Color is about the same between the two. Amber may be a little darker.
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    Jim Neumann · 06/23/2016
    I am planning to stain new cedar posts and boards. I am having a difficult time discerning any color difference between Cedar Tone and Amber.
    Is the Amber slightly lighter?
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    Administrator · 05/29/2016
    Sam:
    Can the amber stain be used on a redwood fence or is it just for exotic woods?

    It can be used on al wood types.
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    Sam · 05/28/2016
    Can the amber stain be used on a redwood fence or is it just for exotic woods?
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    Administrator · 05/22/2016
    Denise:
    Hi,
    I have two projects that I could use some advise on.
    1. A few years ago a stripped, brightened a large mahogany porch and finished with your product...came out great. It is a little worn now in places so I guess it's time for a redo or some patching. So what do I do? Can I use a cleaner and then stain over what I have or do I strip and brighten again?

    2. I also have a deck that sits over a lake so I want to be environmentally conscious. So when it's time to redo the deck I can power wash, but don't think I should use anything too strong. Do you have any stains or finishes that don't require a lot of heavy strippers when its time for a redo?

    Any thoughts would be helpful. Please email or call 617 835 3694.
    Thanks

    1. Clean and brighten then reapply.
    2. All of the AC stains can be cleaned and reapplied when time to redo.