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If you're staining new or untreated wood, and want to show off the natural wood grain, go with a clear, transparent, or semi-transparent stain. Solid stains cover old, weathered or slightly damaged wood in protective color. It conceals the grain as well as any flaws or imperfections, while allowing the texture of the wood to show.
The condition of the wood and personal taste are the most important considerations when choosing a stain. Watch this video for advice on selecting the best stain for your project.
Before staining your deck, it needs to be cleaned and prepped. Watch this video for a quick overview on how to get your newly stained deck to look its absolute best.
Here's a guide on everything you need to know about stain applicators. It covers applying stains with brushes, rollers, sprayers, foam pads and more.
A well-maintained deck can provide many years of outdoor enjoyment. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you keep your deck in top shape season after season.