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TWP color Cedartone Natural with Rustic
We had to replace a section of the fence do to storm damage and would like to match the previous color and the color of the rest of the fence. can you help
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I have a home in NC built in the 1800's. The covered north facing porch floor was replaced in the 1980's. I have sanded off the 3 layers of paint. Now want to stain it with a dark stain that will show the natural wood grain. It is a historic home and I want to do all I can to protect it. It sees a lot of traffic but little sun. No problems with mold or graying up to this point. Since sanding it, it looks brand new! Which stain would best protect the deck for another 100 years? For maintenance, I prefer something that I can simply restain every few years.
The colors labeled "stormshield"....what's different?
I want samples for a PT deck sticking out into the Atlantic....I could use stormshield if that refers to protection level.
I'm building a new home with large exterior cedar beams/posts and vertical cedar shingles in several siding areas. The home is on a lake in Missouri and faces southwest. I want a darker color for the beams/posts (dark oak or black walnut) and a lighter (contrasting)color for the vertical cedar shake areas. I want the dark color to still show the character/grain/knots of the cedar but also don't want to re-stain every 2 years if I can avoid. Should I use the 100 or 1500 series to best accomplish the look and durability for the darker color? Thanks!
What color 1500 would change the color of a pressure treated deck the least. Don't want to use clear if no uv protection.
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Do you have a solid stain ?