Update for 2019: Oil-Based Deck Stains
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If you are looking for a complete wood preservative then oil based deck stains in 2019 may be the end of your search. This year’s line of oil based deck stains is better than ever before. With more VOC compliant formulas designed to penetrate better and last longer oil based deck stains are a popular choice for do-it-yourselfers and professional contractors alike.
Oil-based decks stains in 2019 like TWP 100, TWP 1500, and Armstrong Clark are naturally water resistant helping repel water and preserving the integrity of the wood. These stains add a beautiful enhanced appearance to all types of wood. They are specially designed for pine, cedar, mahogany, redwood, and many other types of exotic hardwoods. Oil-based deck stains help preserve the natural color in your deck while also offering superb UV protection. Blocking out harmful UV rays means it will keep your deck beautiful, fresh and looking new longer.
Oil-based deck stains 2019 have a lot of shades and tones to choose from. About any tone you can think of is available. These stains are easy to apply and best of all they can be cleaned and recoated as maintenance is needed. This is a huge advantage to having to strip the stain off every time it needs attention and it helps lessen the cost and hassle of deck maintenance. Oil-based deck stains are the professionals choice for all exterior wood projects. With the ease of application, homeowners can get the same professional like results.
Many oil-based deck stains in 2019 have select mildewcides that inhibit mold, mildew, and fungal growth. Preventing these contaminants from intruding the wood will help eradicate wood rot and costly structural repairs. Unwanted moisture and fungal growth can crack, warp, split, and decay wood in a few short years. Protection is vital for a prolonged beautiful appearance. Try the 2019 line of oil based deck stains like TWP 100, TWP 1500, and Armstrong Clark for a professional finish that you can enjoy for many more years.
Written By: Barry Maddox ~ Midwest Pro Wash