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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 · 05/15/2016
    Dave Sather:
    Besides the Driftwood Gray are there any products that have a gray tone?

    There is not.
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    Dave Sather · 05/15/2016
    Besides the Driftwood Gray are there any products that have a gray tone?
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    Administrator · 05/06/2016
    chris nadeau:
    what color is in the second picture down from the top, on the right side, in your photo gallery? it's a view of a deck, photo is larger then the ones above it, and shows a railing on the left and on the end...making an upside down capitol L.

    Semi-transparent Cedartone.
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    chris nadeau · 05/06/2016
    is there a color key that matches up with your photo gallery pictures? so i know
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    chris nadeau · 05/06/2016
    what color is in the second picture down from the top, on the right side, in your photo gallery? it's a view of a deck, photo is larger then the ones above it, and shows a railing on the left and on the end...making an upside down capitol L.
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    Administrator · 05/01/2016
    John Anderson:
    I have viewed the available stain colour options on the company website but would prefer to see colours on a physical product such as a product pamphlet. I find it hard to decide between Sequoia and Woodland Brown, for example. Is a pamphlet available? If so could it be mailed to me at:

    John Anderson
    42 Peregrine Crescent
    KANATA, Ontario, Canada K2M 2T3

    Willing to pay for this ...

    Thanks very much.

    A pamphlet will not give you any more options then looking at a color swatch on the computer. Final color is based on your wood type and age of wood. That is why we offer actually samples to test.
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    John Anderson · 05/01/2016
    I have viewed the available stain colour options on the company website but would prefer to see colours on a physical product such as a product pamphlet. I find it hard to decide between Sequoia and Woodland Brown, for example. Is a pamphlet available? If so could it be mailed to me at:

    John Anderson
    42 Peregrine Crescent
    KANATA, Ontario, Canada K2M 2T3

    Willing to pay for this ...

    Thanks very much.
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    Administrator · 04/29/2016
    Clint Miller:
    Does the "Natural" stain offer as much UV protection as the other colors, or will my cedar deck turn gray quicker with this choice? I prefer the least amount of color, as the natural beauty of the tight knot cedar is so pleasant, but I don't want to have to strip the deck every two years.

    Natural is the lightest tint and will fade the fastest. You will have to redo every 1-2 years when using natural. The semi-transparent colors will last longer and the semi-solids a little longer than the semi-transparents.
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    Clint Miller · 04/28/2016
    Does the "Natural" stain offer as much UV protection as the other colors, or will my cedar deck turn gray quicker with this choice? I prefer the least amount of color, as the natural beauty of the tight knot cedar is so pleasant, but I don't want to have to strip the deck every two years.
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    Administrator · 04/24/2016
    V:
    Are the samples on the site the same product for the IPE wood?

    There are two colors that we suggest for IPE. amber and Mahogany. These colors can also be used on other wood types. There are the same version/type, not two different types of stain.
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    V · 04/24/2016
    Are the samples on the site the same product for the IPE wood?
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    Administrator · 03/28/2016
    Cam Miller:
    Would the transparent natural tone be the same as clear?

    No the Natural is not clear but lightly tinted.
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    Cam Miller · 03/28/2016
    Would the transparent natural tone be the same as clear?
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    Administrator · 01/31/2016
    Bobby spoonemore:
    Do you have a local dealer in Atlanta?

    Sorry but no. We can ship there in 2-3 days.
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    Bobby spoonemore · 01/31/2016
    Do you have a local dealer in Atlanta?
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    Administrator · 11/25/2015
    Russ Davidson:
    My question is in the title. How many square feet of new - unfinished ipe will each gallon cover. I have 160 sq. ft. of all wood ipe deck tiles that need finishing.

    One gallon will cover 300-400 Sq. feet for Ipe.
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    Russ Davidson · 11/25/2015
    My question is in the title. How many square feet of new - unfinished ipe will each gallon cover. I have 160 sq. ft. of all wood ipe deck tiles that need finishing.
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    Administrator · 11/09/2015
    Prudence:
    Could you suggest any paint/stain chip color from other paint companies that come closest to your Oxford and Woodland brown shades? I'm leaning to ordering your semi-solid product because of the positive reviews, but color counts (historic house) so I'd like to be sure before I order.

    You can order samples to test here. We do not have a list of comparable colors from different companies.
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    Prudence · 11/09/2015
    Could you suggest any paint/stain chip color from other paint companies that come closest to your Oxford and Woodland brown shades? I'm leaning to ordering your semi-solid product because of the positive reviews, but color counts (historic house) so I'd like to be sure before I order.
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    Administrator · 10/08/2015
    John Thurow:
    Is the Mahogany a Semi Transparent or Semi Solid, or both?

    It is closest to a semi-transparent.
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    John Thurow · 10/08/2015
    Is the Mahogany a Semi Transparent or Semi Solid, or both?
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    Administrator · 10/01/2015
    Codie:
    I'm looking for a semi transparent so we can see woodgrain still...but rustic brown looks not nearly light enough. I want a rich dark brown. Would maybe two coats of rustic brown work or is it possible to mix in some Oxford brown with rustic? Or would it not blend well being two different transparencys

    All the colors will show the wood grain. You can mix colors to achieve a different color.
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    Codie · 09/30/2015
    I'm looking for a semi transparent so we can see woodgrain still...but rustic brown looks not nearly light enough. I want a rich dark brown. Would maybe two coats of rustic brown work or is it possible to mix in some Oxford brown with rustic? Or would it not blend well being two different transparencys
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    Administrator · 09/27/2015
    Philip Haag"][quote name="Philip Haag:
    What combination of your colors would be closest to a teak color?

    Thanks[/quote]

    And does the mahogany have a purplish cast to it?

    Color depends on your wood type. It is more reddish in color, not purple.
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    Administrator · 09/27/2015
    lynbober:
    I just received the sample of Oxford Brown & am pleased with the color. I know the Rustic Brown is semi-transparent and not semi-solid, but how would you compare the shade/tone of the brown? It appears slightly grayish on my monitor. Need a rich brown & trying to stay away from shades that have reddish or orange hues. Any insight/descriptions would be most helpful! Thank you in advance for your reply!

    Color varies based on your wood type and age of wood. All wood turns out differently so you should not use your monitor to determine but apply it to your wood to see how it looks.
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    Philip Haag · 09/25/2015
    Philip Haag:
    What combination of your colors would be closest to a teak color?

    Thanks


    And does the mahogany have a purplish cast to it?
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    Philip Haag · 09/25/2015
    What combination of your colors would be closest to a teak color?

    Thanks
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    Lyn Bober · 09/25/2015
    I just received the sample of Oxford Brown & am pleased with the color. I know the Rustic Brown is semi-transparent and not semi-solid, but how would you compare the shade/tone of the brown? It appears slightly grayish on my monitor. Need a rich brown & trying to stay away from shades that have reddish or orange hues. Any insight/descriptions would be most helpful! Thank you in advance for your reply!
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    Administrator · 09/25/2015
    Lucy:
    I am sanding to remove Rustoleum restore its going slow but I will never get it all off epically between the boards, do you have a product that will cover the mess I am left with? I can't replace the deck

    Sorry but no our stains will not cover the Rustoleum.
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    Lucy · 09/24/2015
    I am sanding to remove Rustoleum restore its going slow but I will never get it all off epically between the boards, do you have a product that will cover the mess I am left with? I can't replace the deck