Armstrong Clark Stain 1 Gallon

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Armstrong-Clark Company Wood Stains

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.

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

Armstrong Clark Stain Colors

Gallon Sizes:
1's and 5's
Coats  Required:
1-2 Coats
Coverage Per Gallon:
150-200 sq. ft
Temperature:
45-95 F
Application Tools:
Sprayer, Pad, Brush, Roller
Dry Time:
4-24 Hours
Cleanup:
Paint Thinner
VOC Compliant: 250
Compliant in all States
More Info:
Product Data Sheet

 

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RE: Armstrong Clark Stain 1 Gallon
Quoting Rujaecandado:
How long will a partially used can of stain last?

Depends on how ell you store it and if the lid is 100% closed or not. It needs to be stored in a temperature controlled room. 12 months is shelf life but you may get longer if stored correctly.
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Unused stain
How long will a partially used can of stain last?
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RE: Armstrong Clark Stain 1 Gallon
Quoting Gingercat92:
I ordered the natural oak stain and your information on the website says that it can be applied with a garden sprayer. Information on the can says to NOT use a garden sprayer. Could you clarify this, please?

It can be applied with a good quality garden sprayer. It will need to be back brushed to ensure is evenly applied.
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Using a garden sprayer
I ordered the natural oak stain and your information on the website says that it can be applied with a garden sprayer. Information on the can says to NOT use a garden sprayer. Could you clarify this, please?
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RE: Armstrong Clark Stain 1 Gallon
Quoting anelso86:
I purchased two gallons of A-C stain about 18 months ago. I ended up only opening and using 1 gallon. The other has sat unopened in my basement since I purchased it. I'm planning to use R-A-D cleaner and brightener and then re-staining the deck with A-C. Can I use this unopened can that I purchased 18 months ago?

As long as it was not opened and it did not freeze, then it should be good. Stir well as it does settle.
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Using older stain
I purchased two gallons of A-C stain about 18 months ago. I ended up only opening and using 1 gallon. The other has sat unopened in my basement since I purchased it. I'm planning to use R-A-D cleaner and brightener and then re-staining the deck with A-C. Can I use this unopened can that I purchased 18 months ago?
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RE: Armstrong Clark Stain 1 Gallon
Quoting Linda:
I bought the stain in Amber and already applied it to my deck which is softwood. I read on the Armstrong Clark website that this specific stain colour is made for hardwood. How will this affect my deck?

You can use the Amber on all wood types. No issues.
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Used on softwood
I bought the stain in Amber and already applied it to my deck which is softwood. I read on the Armstrong Clark website that this specific stain colour is made for hardwood. How will this affect my deck?
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RE: Armstrong Clark Stain 1 Gallon
Quoting Shelly:
Is the transparent stain considered a type of timber oil? Can I re-coat every year with just a soap and water scrub down as prep? No stripping needed?

AC is oil based. You can clean and reapply as needed. Use a deck cleaner as prep.
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sheshe
Is the transparent stain considered a type of timber oil? Can I re-coat every year with just a soap and water scrub down as prep? No stripping needed?
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RE: Armstrong Clark Stain 1 Gallon
Quoting R Buford:
Currently have Cabot Australian Timber Oil in Mahogany Flame on a pressure treated pine deck. It is very difficult to find and have read some negative reviews online esp with the move to the water base formula. I plan on stripping the deck with RAD Stripper, then using the brightener, then reapplying stain. The ATO has held up well on the spindles, not so great on the deck boards, railings, and stairs. Is the Armstrong Mahogany close enough in color to the Cabot ATO Mahogany Flame?

Is is very similar but not exact.
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Currently have Cabot Australian Timber Oil in Mahogany Flame on a pressure treated pine deck. It is very difficult to find and have read some negative reviews online esp with the move to the water base formula. I plan on stripping the deck with RAD Stripper, then using the brightener, then reapplying stain. The ATO has held up well on the spindles, not so great on the deck boards, railings, and stairs. Is the Armstrong Mahogany close enough in color to the Cabot ATO Mahogany Flame?
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