Armstrong Clark Wood and Deck Stain

Armstrong Clark Wood and Deck Stain

Armstrong Clark Color Chart

Armstrong Clark Color Chart


Armstrong’s deck and siding wood stain has nondrying conditioning oils that separate from the drying side of the formula. These oils penetrate deep into the deck or siding wood fiber where the wood’s natural oils used to be. This process rejuvenates the wood. The drying oils stay at the surface, lock in the conditioning oils and create a dry to the touch barrier. Armstrong’s deck and siding wood stain formulas also contain vegetable oils, transparent oxide pigments, water repellents, mildewcide and solvent.

Quality is what Armstrong-Clark brings to you. Backed by five generations of oil based coatings experience, coupled with modern technology, Armstrong-Clark can meet and exceed your need for oil based wood coatings.

  • Can be applied in direct sunlight and heat of day. If the first coat penetrates within 30 minutes a second coat can be applied for extra protection.
  • Easily applied by brush, roller, garden sprayer or airless spray equipment.
  • When spraying – back-rolling or brushing will help even out appearance. If there are any puddles or glossy spots after 24 hours, remove with dry rag.
  • Non-drying oils penetrate deep to recondition older wood.
  • Drying oils, pigments and water repellents protect against water and UV damage and lock in the nondrying oils.
  • Complies with all government environmental standards.
  • No offensive odor.

Armstrong-Clark Wood Deck Stain applies at about 150-200 feet per gallon. Actual coverage varies depending on wood porosity.

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Pam Ellis 18-07-2013, 01:51

We have a one year old ipe dock. We stained it last year two times and it looked beautiful with a redish teak look for a few months but faded quickly. We would like to re-stain the deck and unsure of what type of stain to use. Can you recommend a redish teak looking stain that would last? I don’t quite understand the difference between semi-solid and semi-transparent. I would appreciate your assistance.

Pam Ellis


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