Stain and Sealant
Your deck or fence deserves a superior wood stain. Staining and sealing outdoor wood is among the best ways to protect it from the elements.
Beautiful For Years To Come
Whether it’s pressure-treated, cedar, cypress, redwood or even a high-end exotic hardwood, the right care and maintenance will protect exterior wood and keep it in good shape for years. Staining and sealing outdoor wood is among the best ways to protect it from the elements.
Sealants and Stains
You can get a clear sealant for your fence or deck if you want the unique grains to shine through. However, sometimes it’s fun to mix it up. Most of the time, stains also contain a protective sealant. It’s a good idea, though, to re-seal your fence or deck (or check that it needs to be re-sealed) once a year.
Finish Your Project
A project's not really done until it's finished. And an outdoor project's not finished until it's been stained, sealed or painted. You probably know that wood swells when it gets wet and shrinks when it dries. The susceptibility to weather cycles is hard on wood and can lead to splits, cracks, checks and other appearance issues. To minimize these concerns, it's important to finish your project with an exterior stain, sealant or paint as soon as possible after completion.
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