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Preserva Wood 5 gal. Oil-Based Pacific Redwood Penetrating Stain and Sealer
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Preserva Wood

5 gal. Oil-Based Pacific Redwood Penetrating Stain and Sealer

$133.00 /each

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Preserva Wood Oil-Based Penetrating Stain and Sealer is ideal for beautifying and protecting exterior wood surfaces such as fences, decks and unpainted wood siding. This oil based stain penetrates deeply into your wood, giving superior protection, especially in harsh environments that cycle between sun and snow. The formula's organic oils protect the wood from water damage, while natural reflective pigments provide superior protection against UV damage. Pacific redwood has more pigment for better protection, while showing as a pale red color on wood.

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  • Highlight the natural grain and texture of your wood with Preserva Wood oil-based and lightly tinted wood stains
  • Formulated for an easy, 1-coat application with a stain pad, brush or sprayer (for fences)
  • Apply this oil based stain and simply wipe off any excess, it’s that easy
  • Organic oils penetrate wood to resist water damage while reflective pigments provide long-lasting protection against UV rays
  • A 5 gal. pail of stain will treat 2,000 sq. ft. of smooth deck boards or 1,000 sq. ft. of rough fence boards
  • Beautifies new wood and renews old woods, while supplying the superior protection of an oil based stain to redwood, cedar, fir or any other type of porous exterior wood
  • Provides up to 1,500 sq. ft. of coverage
  • Does not require stripping before reapplying
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT
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preserva wood is not drying since yesterday afternoon

Should we now wipe up the excess? It is tacky
Asked by: Anne
I think this is normal, depending on the type of wood. On some wood, it still feels tacky after almost a month. I never wiped off excess. It is for outdoor applications to -protect- the wood. The thicker the coat, the more protection you get. In my case I'm staining a fence. But if you were staining a deck, which you have to walk on, there could be an issue walking on the sticky finish. It should absorb into the wood in time, and eventually stop being sticky, I hope.
Answered by: LCat
Date published: 2016-11-16

Oil Based Deck Stain Required Over Old Oil Based Stain?

I have a deck with 3-5 yr old stain on it being washed now. Has CWF-UV Redwood Tone Oil Based on it. Maryland has gone no oil based! Do I need to only use oil based stain? No, I do not want to strip all if other options open. Info is WV, close by) still can sell oil based stain. Flood does not seem to make oil based now? What can I buy & where? Zip 21561
Asked by: Dick
Preserva wood would make it look good, but it is oil based.
Answered by: LCat
Date published: 2016-11-16

How long does this need to dry before it gets wet?

I want to apply it saturday but its supposed to rain sunday.
Asked by: Shane
On some wood I found it dries to a sticky film. I don't think there's any problem getting it wet with water, even though it is still sticky. Just like waxing your car, the water would be repelled and sit on top of the sticky layer of Preserva Wood, but not go through it. But if I just applied a -fresh coat- of Preserva Wood, I would keep it away from rain for a few hours or even overnight. Preserva Wood requires the wood to be dry when it is applied, so that the wood will absorb the Preserva Wood (that is on the instructions on the can). So if you get wet too soon, the wood might absorb the rain instead of absorbing the Preserva Wood.
Answered by: LCat
Date published: 2016-11-16

I have an 8 year old redwood fence, never stained, painted or sealed. It is starting to look gre...

I have an 8 year old redwood fence, never stained, painted or sealed. It is starting to look grey, was hoping Preserva Wood would rejuvenate it and help it last another 8 years. First is this a good choice? Secondly given the age how much stain would be required/suggested for the 70 ft by 6ft fence (840 considering 2 sides).
Asked by: GC
Thanks for all the detailed information with this question! The answer is yes, absolutely it's a good idea to stain your fence with Preserva Wood and yes, you will extend the service life of the fence by doing so. For 840 square feet of weathered wood, I would expect to use about 5 gallons of stain. Typical fence board application rates for Preserva Wood are about 200 square feet per gallon. A 5 gallon pail should do a nice job. Most importantly, be sure to clean the fence before you apply the stain. Use warm soapy water and a stiff bristle brush to remove all the dirt, pollen, and dead wood cells. Rinse clean with a garden hose and spray nozzle, then allow to dry overnight before staining. This will dramatically improve the final appearance of your fence!
Answered by: Preserva Expert
Date published: 2017-04-19
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5 gal. Oil-Based Pacific Redwood Penetrating Stain and Sealer is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I read many reviews on this product. AMM fence uses this when they seal. So I asked them what col... I read many reviews on this product. AMM fence uses this when they seal. So I asked them what color and they said Pacific Redwood. This product is awesome. I purchased an $18, 1.5 spray pump at HD that was next to this can. It came with a fan sprayer as well. Super easy to use. I applied in overlapping coats. Also tried light and coming back with another coat after doing one panel. The results were the same. It looks very natural. My only complaint, it smells very strong.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is my second 5 gallons of Preserva Wood. Using it on my 160ft long fence. The Pacific Redw... This is my second 5 gallons of Preserva Wood. Using it on my 160ft long fence. The Pacific Redwood color gets lots of complements from my neighbors, who walk by admiring the fence. The fence boards soak it up. On less absorbant wood, like the stringers on top of the fence, it leaves a thick, sticky coating, still sticky after a month. This is a positive - it means the wood is protected by the Preserva Wood. One negative might be how it interacts with plastic wood, or wood filler. I'm using stainable wood filler, at various place on the fence. Sometimes the Preserva Wood causes the wood filler to shrivel up. I haven't solved this problem yet.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I have a 1650 square foot wood dock and the product states it covers (up to) 1500 square foot per... I have a 1650 square foot wood dock and the product states it covers (up to) 1500 square foot per 5 gallons, Wrong! I am glad I purchased 10 gallons as I used almost all 10 gallons. I basically got about 160 square feet per gallon. I prepared the dock by pressure washing (took 2 days) and followed the directions when applying. This is also not a true oil based stain as what I have purchased in the past. The oil based stains I have purchased before were much thicker and went on thicker as well. This product is very thin and does not cover well. I suspect it will not last long at all. It is also much darker that the picture shows. The deck boards I applied it to do vary in color somewhat, but the stain goes on more dark brown than red.
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The color is beautiful and the grain in the redwood shows through, which is just what I wanted. W... The color is beautiful and the grain in the redwood shows through, which is just what I wanted. We are heading into winter in Colorado, so I hope it will preserve my wood in our inclement weather. I now have in my back yard a 5-gal pail full of water and rags used by my painter. He told me they need to soak for a week before they can be safely thrown away. But what should I do with the water in the pail? It's surely toxic.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it!! I loved it. I like the dark color and I know is protecting the wood, it soaked in right away.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks great. Now just gotta see how it'll hold... Looks great. Now just gotta see how it'll hold up in the winter here in Utah.
Date published: 2017-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great! After cleaning the filthy redwood deck and allowing the deck to dry for 3 to 4 days, I used this redwood deck stain and sealer that's oil based. I used a 2 gallon garden sprayer and roller and a 4" brush for around the edges for 1200 square feet of deck. It was my first time ever staining and sealing a redwood deck. I did alot of research on websites and talked to some Home Depot employee's on the application process and it went on very smoothly. The Pacific redwood stain look's beautiful! I'll definatly use this product again.
Date published: 2010-08-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Preservawood, Penefin Duckback, I use them all. I have little problems with any of the products I mention in my title. I use all of them and can say I like the smell of Penefin best, other then that, it comes down to colors. Preservawood is the best value. They apply the same, they have equal longevity in similar conditions.
Date published: 2016-05-16
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