Armstrong Clark Hardwood/Ipe Stain 1 Gallon

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Amber and Mahogany colors for  Exotic Hardwoods.

Mahogany is the go to choice for Exotic Hardwoods such as IPE and has shown better color retention than any other Exotic Hardwood Stain!

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.

Amrstrong Clark Hardwood Colors

Gallon Sizes: Temperature:
1's and 5's 45-95 F
Coats  Required: Application Tools:
1 Coat Sprayer, Pad, Brush, Roller
Coverage Per Gallon: Dry Time:
250-350 sq. ft 4-24 Hours
Cleanup: VOC Compliant: 100
Mineral Spirits Compliant in all States/Canada

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    David · 09/20/2020
    In powerwashing my Ipe deck I have borne down too hard on certain spots, making them brighter than the surrounding word. Ipe oil works well overall but does not darken these spots enough to blend them. Should I sand and use a more darkly stained oil on these areas?
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      The Sealer Store · 09/20/2020
      You cannot spot fix this by applying a darker color. The only way to fix would be to sand it all evenly o the stain would then apply and dry evenly.
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    Steve · 07/09/2020
    I have exterior mahogany furniture AKA bright work AKA boat trim Can I put a clear top coat for added protection ie varnish, urethane or lacquer
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      The Sealer Store · 07/10/2020
      No, that will peel and create a major issue with trying to fix when it does.
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    CRJ · 06/10/2020
    I live in Los Angeles and I have an ipe wood deck that get high sun exposure. About three years ago I used Ipe Oil Hardwood Deck Finish on the deck and it looked great for about 18 months before greying out. Unbeknownst to me, California changed the VOC from 250 to 100, so Ipe Oil stopped selling and I was forced to used Penofin, which lasted maybe 6 months before greying out. I've sanded the deck twice and used two coats of Penofin both times but the deck grays out within six months. Will the Armstrong wood stain last longer, or because the VOC is also 100, will it also grey out within six months? If so, do you have a recommendation for an ipe treatment that is better than the oils, or a treatment that will extend the life of the oils?
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      The Sealer Store · 06/10/2020
      Only the LA counties switched to the 100 VOC, the rest of the state is 250. AC is much better than the Penofin but your wood does require recoating annually.
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    PGL · 05/22/2020
    I am sanding the old Sikkens Cetol transparent stain off my mahogany porch and want to use Armstrong Clark on it. Do I sand, then RAD clean, then RAD brightener, then AC 1 coat? (Are both the cleaner and brightener necessary when removing a finish with a sander?)
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    Dave · 05/06/2020
    What is the best stain from Accoya treated wood?
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    Ben · 04/23/2020
    Hi - I applied AC Mahogony last Spring and was going to apply a maintenance coat this Spring. Can i just power wash and apply or is it necessary to use a RAD cleaner/brightener?
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    Steve · 04/11/2020
    i have Jensen ipe table and chairs on my deck. I clean and re-oil every year. I have used Penofin and Ipe Oil but i cannot get it back to the original dark color that the ipe was when we bought it. What would you suggest i use? Thanks
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    Russ · 10/04/2019
    I have a new IPE dock int he Florida Keys. Looking for a suggestion for a sealer that will not change the color but will provide protection and a glossy look when dry. Dock is 60' x 6'
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      The Sealer Store · 10/04/2019
      You must have a tint for UV protection and that means it will enhance or change the color. You cannot have a gloss to exterior decking. It will peel and blister. Basically what you would like to do is impossible.
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        Kevin · 11/20/2019
        I made that mistake with Glossy finish on my mahogany deck. The carpenter who built the deck suggested that, a good carpenter but not a person to give information on staining. The deck looked great for one season, winter and snow the neck season the deck had peeled and looked terrible. Ever since I have used Armstrong Hardwood Deck Stain. Also an added negative for those who think glossy is cool, you slip and slide on it like an ice skating rink. IMHO
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    Kevin · 09/15/2019
    I have used the Armstrong Mahogany in the past. Looks great and goes on very easy. Can you tell me should my mahogany deck be stained every year? My handrails are cedar, is this stain appropriate for those? Thanks
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      The Sealer Store · 09/15/2019
      Mahogany wood being a hardwood does require annual applications for most scenarios. You can use it for the cedar as well.
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    George · 07/30/2019
    I have a mahogany deck, which previously had ATO applied. I opted to completely sand the deck back to original wood finish and am now looking at the amber stain for hardwood. My question, likely hard to answer, will this provide a even amber color, or will it allow some of the natural color or shade variation that products like Penofin oil provide? I am hoping for more of the later. Understanding all results rely on me following proper steps, etc. Thank you
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      The Sealer Store · 07/30/2019
      The Amber highlights the natural grain of your wood so if it has variations in the wood then it will show hen stained.
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        George · 07/30/2019
        perfect, thank you for your quick response.
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    terry · 05/05/2019
    canit be shipped to canada
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    terry · 05/04/2019
    you never gave me prep steps on what to do next ? you never told me if washing deck with dish soap was okay? you never told me advise on steps for staining custum rails ? i want product deliverd to me , for i have no passport, it use to be easy to cross the border with no passport so your site says canada excepts armstrong clark ? can you help me or not thankyou
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    terry · 05/04/2019
    hi store , it took me many hours of research, to get here on your site , love your info here, im a newbe to painting a deck , i like to perform a professonal job, i strive for perfection, So my pt deck is 10 years old, never had anything done to it, i just pressure washed deck with dish soap , the rinse left elgy on , i dont think this was the proper proceedure , could you please advise me on proper steps from prep to stain at this point, i also have spiral rails which i need guidence how to aproach staining them, i am confused with proper steps, and high quality products to use , i would like to semi transparent oil stain it, info said that it was best choice for longgevity and easy repeat maitenance ? then i heard the restore deck stain save time and money on repeating , is this a better way to go than semi oil transparent on quallity, maitenance, life ware, and fade ? need your guidence thankyou very much appraitiated, i live in canada ontario, i would like to purchase from your store , your products have a higher quality , and thats what everybody on this site strives for. thankyou for your service.
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    Chris C · 07/04/2018
    Hello all, I recently power-washed my deck without doing any pre-wash treatment. (I wish I found this website sooner) The previously gray deck now looks like a nice reddish/brown color, however I have some ‘lap marks’ from the power washer. (See picture) I just purchased the Armstrong hardwood stain in mahogany. Do I need to correct the lap marks somehow or will the stain help blend it all together? Thanks for the help!
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      The Sealer Store · 07/05/2018
      Those are stop marks from the pressure washer and will show when stained. Best to redo the prep using the Restore A Deck Prep products. Might need the stripper/brightener kit as well.
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    James · 06/26/2018
    Hi, I live in central Ontario, Canada and I'm in the process of building a new deck. Material is Treated Lumber (MicroPro Sienna Brown Treated). The deck is 9ft above ground level and on the south side of the house. I plan to wait until at least the fall or next spring to stain. I also travel through the US frequently and I'm not limited to any VOC Restrictions. What would be the best product to use? Standard A-C, IPE A-C, TWP100, TWP1500 or something else?
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      The Sealer Store · 06/26/2018
      FYI, Canada is limited to 250 VOC restrictions, Best options would the Armstrong Clark or the TWP 200 Series for Canada.
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    The Sealer Store · 08/29/2017
    Evgeny:
    Hello.
    It is time to re-apply Armstrong Clark Hardwood on my Kauy Batu hard wood deck. Before it was stained with Amber stain. Would it be enough to apply Restore-A-Deck kit to use Mahogany color stain or I have to use anything else? Thank you!

    Yes, that prep will work.
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    Evgeny · 08/29/2017
    Hello.
    It is time to re-apply Armstrong Clark Hardwood on my Kauy Batu hard wood deck. Before it was stained with Amber stain. Would it be enough to apply Restore-A-Deck kit to use Mahogany color stain or I have to use anything else? Thank you!
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    The Sealer Store · 08/07/2017
    Phylis Latour:
    I am stripping tiger wood which previously had bee done with Australian Timber Oil. Some of the wood seems dark after stripping and applying restore a deck. What Am I doing to cause this? Is this a problem to restrain the wood and would I have to use a dark stain. I used the Amber sample turned white with rain but came back to original color when dry . Is this normal? Please help as I am almost ready to stain. Also can Amber color be mixed with the dark walnut to lighten it to a medium brown? Thank You

    Did you use the wood brightener after the stripping? The Amber is not supposed to turn white. You can mix the colors if desired.
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    Phylis Latour · 08/07/2017
    I am stripping tiger wood which previously had bee done with Australian Timber Oil. Some of the wood seems dark after stripping and applying restore a deck. What Am I doing to cause this? Is this a problem to restrain the wood and would I have to use a dark stain. I used the Amber sample turned white with rain but came back to original color when dry . Is this normal? Please help as I am almost ready to stain. Also can Amber color be mixed with the dark walnut to lighten it to a medium brown? Thank You
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    The Sealer Store · 06/13/2016
    Use the AC in one of the Hardwood colors of Amber or Mahogany. The versions are the same.
Parameters of Product: Deck/Wood Stains
Available Sizes
1 Gallon
Brands
Armstrong Clark
Coats Needed
1 Coat
Free Shipping
No
Oil or Water Based
Oil Based
Stain Transparency
Semi-Transparents
Your Wood Type
Exotic Hardwoods/Ipe
Horizontal or Vertical Surfaces
Both
Low VOC State
Yes