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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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    Administrator · 06/28/2015
    Nancy Schroeder:
    Hi

    We live in a small town south of Calgary, Alberta, Cananda.I would like to get the les that I checked off above. I would also like to know if you can buy the product anywhere in Canada. If not how much will it cost for the shipping on 2, 5 gallon pails once I have picked my color.
    Thankyou
    Nancy

    To get the shipping charges for Canada, please add the products to cart. During checkout you will enter your shipping info and then it will show the charges and costs prior to payment. There are not dealers in Canada so you will have to order online.
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    Administrator · 06/28/2015
    Jose Ibarra:
    we are looking for Oxford Brown transparent pergola stain. I saw your Oxford brown solid, but need Oxford Brown Transparent

    Oxford Brown only comes in a semi-solid.
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    Jose Ibarra · 06/28/2015
    we are looking for Oxford Brown transparent pergola stain. I saw your Oxford brown solid, but need Oxford Brown Transparent
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    Nancy Schroeder · 06/27/2015
    Hi

    We live in a small town south of Calgary, Alberta, Cananda.I would like to get the les that I checked off above. I would also like to know if you can buy the product anywhere in Canada. If not how much will it cost for the shipping on 2, 5 gallon pails once I have picked my color.
    Thankyou
    Nancy
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    Administrator · 06/16/2015
    Lise Reeves:
    is oxford brown and sequoia available in semi transparent?
    and I am going to Buffalo NY this weekend so what store can I buy it at instead of online?

    Only online but if you have an address in Buffalo, we can ship it there.
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    Lise Reeves · 06/16/2015
    is oxford brown and sequoia available in semi transparent?
    and I am going to Buffalo NY this weekend so what store can I buy it at instead of online?
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    Administrator · 06/16/2015
    Nancy Marshall:
    I don't see a sample color of 'woodland'. Wha shade of color is it?

    It is an option above. It is a red color with a hint of brown.
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    Nancy Marshall · 06/15/2015
    I don't see a sample color of 'woodland'. Wha shade of color is it?
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    Administrator · 05/30/2015
    Debbie Kincaid:
    I am trying to figure out diff between semi-transparent vs semi-solid. have lots of problems with peeling of stain on my deck that is exposed to a lot of sun. Does the semi-solid penetrate into the wood or does it sit on top and risk peeling? Also would a semi-solid require more maintenance? I am so tired of stripping and sanding my deck every other year and would like to just be able to reapply after cleaning with Restore.

    As long as you remove all previous coatings, you can use the AC. All of the AC colors (including semi-solid) are penetrating stains as long as wood is prepped and the stain is not over applied. They can be cleaned and reapplied without the need for removal.
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    Administrator · 05/30/2015
    rj valci:
    I used Behr 5 yrs ago-blah. it peeled, it got alot darker from amber, etc. What colors and semis do you recommend. I will order up to 3 samples. thanks, Bob

    Remove the Behr first. Any color will work as long as the wood is prepped well and all old coatings are removed.
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    Debbie Kincaid · 05/30/2015
    I am trying to figure out diff between semi-transparent vs semi-solid. have lots of problems with peeling of stain on my deck that is exposed to a lot of sun. Does the semi-solid penetrate into the wood or does it sit on top and risk peeling? Also would a semi-solid require more maintenance? I am so tired of stripping and sanding my deck every other year and would like to just be able to reapply after cleaning with Restore.
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    rj valci · 05/30/2015
    I used Behr 5 yrs ago-blah. it peeled, it got alot darker from amber, etc. What colors and semis do you recommend. I will order up to 3 samples. thanks, Bob
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    Administrator · 05/30/2015
    Ginette:
    I have a pressure treated fir deck, I'm trying to choose a stain sample. Which color samples do you suggest I try. I want to keep it a fairly light color without it turning orange. More of a very light brown or wet wood look.

    Try Natural. Take inconsideration that the lighter the color, the quicker it fade and needs to be reapplied.
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    Administrator · 05/30/2015
    Keith:
    Is the natural tone a clearcoat or does it have a pigment in it? Also I don't see much difference in the Cedar tone vs the Amber. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks!

    Natural is very lightly pigmented. Amber is the same color tone as the Cedar tone Transparent but has three times the trans oxides for better UV protection.
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    Keith · 05/29/2015
    Is the natural tone a clearcoat or does it have a pigment in it? Also I don't see much difference in the Cedar tone vs the Amber. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks!
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    Ginette · 05/28/2015
    I have a pressure treated fir deck, I'm trying to choose a stain sample. Which color samples do you suggest I try. I want to keep it a fairly light color without it turning orange. More of a very light brown or wet wood look.
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    Administrator · 05/26/2015
    Gina:
    Is the Amber Transparent, Semi-Solid, or Solid?

    It is a hybrid of a transparent and semi-transparent.
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    Gina · 05/26/2015
    Is the Amber Transparent, Semi-Solid, or Solid?
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    Administrator · 05/26/2015
    Jeanette Rose:
    We're building a lake home lodge and the cedar tone we selected for our siding came out orange in tone after it dried. We tried another coat. It looked better when wet but remained orange when it dried. Do you have any suggestions of what we could do to fix this? We can go darker if needed but the orange tone still seeps through after it dries.

    The only thing you can do is change color or add some darker color to the cedar tone to change that some.
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    Jeanette Rose · 05/25/2015
    We're building a lake home lodge and the cedar tone we selected for our siding came out orange in tone after it dried. We tried another coat. It looked better when wet but remained orange when it dried. Do you have any suggestions of what we could do to fix this? We can go darker if needed but the orange tone still seeps through after it dries.
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    Administrator · 05/23/2015
    Arran:
    Hi, I'm looking to stain a freshly built 360 sq ft western red cedar deck a rich red brown colour. Which stain would you recommend and how much would I need? Thanks

    2 maybe 3 gallons. Rustic color is brown with a hint of red.
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    Administrator · 05/23/2015
    Gina:
    Does the Cedar Semi-Trans show wood grain?

    Yes it does.
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    Gina · 05/22/2015
    Does the Cedar Semi-Trans show wood grain?
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    Arran · 05/22/2015
    Hi, I'm looking to stain a freshly built 360 sq ft western red cedar deck a rich red brown colour. Which stain would you recommend and how much would I need? Thanks
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    Administrator · 05/22/2015
    Julie:
    I love the look of the deck on your home page (which I understand is Mahagony on IPE). My deck is 9 year old PTP and was sanded to remove old stain. Can you tell me how the Mahagony would look compared to how it looks on your home page deck? I'm also considering the Redwood and Sierra Redwood. I'm looking for a deep, rich color. Because I live in Alaska and shipping is expensive, I don't want to order mulitple samples, so any advice you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

    Mahogany color on PTP will look red in color. It will not look anywhere like the picture that is on IPE. You cannot achieve the look of the IPE with PTP. what you can do is mix colors. Maybe get Rustic Brown and Mahogany and mix the two?
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    Julie · 05/22/2015
    I love the look of the deck on your home page (which I understand is Mahagony on IPE). My deck is 9 year old PTP and was sanded to remove old stain. Can you tell me how the Mahagony would look compared to how it looks on your home page deck? I'm also considering the Redwood and Sierra Redwood. I'm looking for a deep, rich color. Because I live in Alaska and shipping is expensive, I don't want to order mulitple samples, so any advice you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
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    Julie · 05/22/2015
    I have an older (9 years) pressure treated deck. It previously had Behr semi-transparent stain. I used the Behr stain remover which did not work very well, so I then power washed and sanded the deck to remove the remaining stain. I will then use a deck cleaner. Is this sufficient prep for the AC stains?
    Do you ship to Alaska without outrageous shipping charges? Do you know how your redwood color compares to Behr's?
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    Administrator · 05/20/2015
    Bob Thomas:
    12 year old pine pressure treated deck recently sanded clean. We will have white rails and want Redwood for the floor. Is the Redwood semi-solid?

    Thank you in advance.

    The Sequoia color is a semi-solid. Not the Sierra Redwood or the Redwood Tone.
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    Bob Thomas · 05/19/2015
    12 year old pine pressure treated deck recently sanded clean. We will have white rails and want Redwood for the floor. Is the Redwood semi-solid?

    Thank you in advance.
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    Administrator · 05/18/2015
    Derek:
    New cedar deck, 75% covered. I want to keep the natural look as much as possible while providing the most protection, what color do you recommend?

    I know letting the deck weather some is best but living in ND there aren't too many warm weather months so we want to do it ASAP so we can enjoy the deck. If we clean and brighten properly we should be okay???

    Thank you.

    You have to wait 3 months after install then clean and brighten for the prep. Only one coat is needed. Look at the Amber Tint.