Wolman EHT-Hardwoods 1 Gallon

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Wolman EHT Exotic Hardwood Treatment - OUT OF Stock

Use to beautify and protect tropical, exotic hardwoods from premature UV graying/silvering, mildew staining and water damage, including cracking and checking caused by moisture absorption. Maintains "like-new" appearance on new wood and restores weathered wood to its original, natural look.

Imparts a translucent, matte finish.

Key Features:

  • Translucent, natural brown tone reveals wood grain and texture; complements original wood color; maintains that brand-new, "wet" look.
  • Concentrated UV blocker/absorber combination prolongs coating color, resists premature fading, and reduces maintenance.
  • Immediate application to new wood prevents premature UV damage.
  • Mildew-resistant coating film keeps surface free of mildew stain.
  • Long-term water repellency exceeds Federal specifications. Protects against cracking, splitting, warping.
  • Penetrating oils optimize adhesion and durability, and renew weathered wood.
  • Fast, easy water clean up.
  • Quick drying, one-coat coverage saves time and effort. Clean and coat in one day!

Gallon Coverage
150-300 Feet

Product Type:
Water-base with Modified Oils.


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    Carol Z · 02/08/2022
    Do they still produce Wolman EHT Natural for decks.  Seems hard to get anymore.
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    H. Fischer · 09/17/2018
    Can Wolman's EHT sealant be shipped to/ purchased in California??
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    The Sealer Store · 05/15/2013
    I have no idea. I would suggest contacting wolman directly for help
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    jim mc avoy · 05/15/2013
    How do I remove EHT from aluminum spindles? They are vertical spindles on my deck's railing. When EHT was applied, some of it was brushed onto the aluminum spindles and dried. Recently a deck cleaner was appiled and made the 'over brush' appear as a white residue. It does not wipe off. Can you recommend something to remove it?
    Best regards,
    James Mc Avoy
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    The Sealer Store · 06/08/2009
    No idea as to the greenish color. I would suggest contacting the maufacturer.
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    vatigers · 06/07/2009
    I've been in new home about 1 1/2 years....deck needs to be redone. I bought some EHT (what was originally used) and tested a small area. I shook the can and opened it and it was a kind of olive green color which I thought was odd. I tested a an area about the size of the palm of my hand and it dried to a slightly darker olive greenish brown color....not the rich brown that the deck was before it started fading. Any suggestions or ideas as to why the strange color?
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    The Sealer Store · 04/14/2009
    Beading water is not important when it comes to deck stains. This is a misconception of the public from watching all those Thompson's commercials. In reality the stain should "shed" water but not "bead"

    The best way to tell if the rain affected the stain is to see if there is any lifting residue, looks blotchy, or separation circle spots. If not then I would not worry about it.
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    herschel · 04/14/2009
    We had a VERY unexpected rain "squal" blow through about 5 hours after applying Wolman EHT sealant to our ironwood decks...which appeared about 95% dry when the rain arrived....temp was about 60 degrees---
    (The first application was back in 9/2007--when the decks were new)---
    ...what, if anything, determines the need for another application---??)---rain water appears to be "50%" beading....
Parameters of Product: Deck/Wood Stains
Available Sizes
1 Gallon
Coats Needed
1 Coat
Free Shipping
Oil or Water Based
Water Based
Stain Transparency
Your Wood Type
Exotic Hardwoods/Ipe
Horizontal or Vertical Surfaces
Low VOC State