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Model 14415

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5-gal. F&P Cedar Exterior Wood Stain Finish and Preservative

$129.97 /each

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Wolman 5-gal. F&P Cedar Exterior Wood Stain Finish and Preservative is an oil-based wood finish that provides new or weathered wood with UV and water repellent protection. Protect against fading and graying. Provides transparent color in natural wood tones that reveal and highlights natural wood grain and texture.

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  • Brush or spray on all outdoor wood including wood decks, fencing, siding and cedar siding
  • Deep-penetrating, transparent stain, rich oil finish beautifies new wood and renews weathered wood
  • Deep-Penetrating flat finish with long-term water repellent prevents cracking, splitting and warping
  • Covers approximately 750 to 1,000 sq. ft.
  • EPA registered preservative prevents surface mold/mildew growth, rot and decay
  • Wipe up wet overspray, spatters or spills with warm soap and water immediately, dried product requires the use of mineral spirits to clean
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Can a 2gallon tank pump sprayer be used to spray on fence

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I didn't use a pump sprayer as I have a rail fence and was concerned about the drift into my neighbors yard and landscaping materials. A paint sprayer would have been faster (not recommending you use a 2-gallon pump sprayer) but I would have wasted a lot of product. On a solid fence, a commercial sprayer would work well (which you can rent or buy at a local hardware store).
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I didn't use a pump sprayer as I have a rail fence and was concerned about the drift into my neighbors yard and landscaping materials. A paint sprayer would have been faster (not recommending you use a 2-gallon pump sprayer) but I would have wasted a lot of product. On a solid fence, a commercial sprayer would work well (which you can rent or buy at a local hardware store).
My experience is that you want to saturate the wood with the product rather than just covering it for appearances. I have a rough cut cedar rail fence, so I used a stiff paint brush and did it all by hand as I was then assured i completely saturated the wood. We have severe winter and summer sun, and low humidity (Front Range, Colorado) so protection and reduced fading was important. Read Less
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I tried a sprayer first, but it didn't work well at all. I had good luck with a roller with a heavier nap and an old fashioned paint brush designed for stain.
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October 29, 2015
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Yes, Wolman F&P Wood Stain Finish and Preservative can be applied with a natural or synthetic bristle brush, paint pad, pump sprayer, or airless sprayer. When spraying, work on a 30-40 square foot area at a time, making sure to back brush along the grain any drips, runs, uneven coverage or surface puddles. Do not over-saturate surface with the product or allow puddling to prevent shiners, tackiness, Read More
Yes, Wolman F&P Wood Stain Finish and Preservative can be applied with a natural or synthetic bristle brush, paint pad, pump sprayer, or airless sprayer. When spraying, work on a 30-40 square foot area at a time, making sure to back brush along the grain any drips, runs, uneven coverage or surface puddles. Do not over-saturate surface with the product or allow puddling to prevent shiners, tackiness, excessive drying time or uneven appearance when dry. Read Less
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How much stain do I need for a 1 sided fence approximately 160 linear feet.

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I need to stain approx. 160 linear feet, 1 side. Is 1 gallon sufficient?
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I asked the sales associate at Home Depot for estimating the amount I needed and they did an excellent job...Check with them.
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How tall is the fence? Has it ever been treated before? First time treatment absorbs more sealer than previously treated. Is wood (a)coated or (b)pressure treated lumber will absorb less because pores are already chemically filled. 160 linear ft x 6 ft tll = 960 sq. ft; 160 linear ft x 8 ft tall = 1280 sq. ft. Double these figures for 2 sides, and don't forget the exposed sides of the fence. Look up Read More
How tall is the fence? Has it ever been treated before? First time treatment absorbs more sealer than previously treated. Is wood (a)coated or (b)pressure treated lumber will absorb less because pores are already chemically filled. 160 linear ft x 6 ft tll = 960 sq. ft; 160 linear ft x 8 ft tall = 1280 sq. ft. Double these figures for 2 sides, and don't forget the exposed sides of the fence. Look up coverage on product description and do the math. Read Less
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5 gallons should be sufficient
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Is this stain sold in 1 gal. sized cans ?

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I have a project with benches and only need a smaller amount than 5 gals.
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Yes. If not, split the cost with a neighbor who's also teraing his deck,etc.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please see the link below. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Wolman-1-gal-F-P-Cedar-Exterior-Wood-Stain-Finish-and-Preservative-4-Pack-14416/204739477
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Does this stain last (we have extreme sun in the summer and vermont winters)?

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Yes, Wolman F&P Wood Stain Finish and Preservative is designed to protect wood from rot and decay due to mold, mildew, premature graying from UV exposure and water damaged cause by moisture absorption.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 57 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Color Beautiful color, stays mixed quite nicely, not too stinky. We're thrilled with our choice to use this stain. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Expensive but Worth It Had a new 6' Cedar fence installed in October along our property line abutting the alley. As I paid a lot for this fence I wanted to keep it in good shape. The online reviews tended to indicate this product (made by Rust-O-Leum) is exceptional. It was pricey at about $140 for 5 gallons. I purchased a $40 Echo pump sprayer in anticipation of applying the finish in this manner, but that was a bust -- it just pepper-sprayed the fence. Finally, sorted to using rollers and a 5" stain brush. Since the wood was very rough and porous, the finish really soaked in. We used 4 gallons to cover about 480 square feet: a 70x6 fence section. Bottom line, from the pictures it appears really good and enhances the look of the wood; now the test will be how it hold up over time. December 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EXCELLENT PRODUCT Really seal, easy to apply, looks great. I will buy it again, and definitely will recomendo it to my clients ! July 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cedar Stain Have bought this stain before, should be fine again. Problem was with rebate. Website indicated rebate was available for this stain on the individual product page, however despite indicating the product had a rebate ultimately this product was not eligible June 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I absolutely love the look of this stain on my fence! I spent hours researching products in stores and on-line. This product had very good reviews so I decided to give it a try. I couldn't be happier. My fence was about two years old and had lost almost all of its beautiful cedar color. I power washed it, gave it a few days to dry, and applied 10 gallons of the F&P Cedar stain and the look is amazing. It has a dark, rich look and I love that it shows all the wood grain beneath it. We had a good rain about 24 hours after application and it repelled the water very well. You can't go wrong with this product. I've had numerous compliments from my neighbors and I just applied it a few days ago. April 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful I was a bit nervous, as this was my 1st attempt at staining a deck,& this was an old deck. I powersprayed 3 days prior, then went to town. Dried beautifully, shows the grain of the wood beautifully, and water beads on top now! Excellent product! May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to apply and looks good. Ordered to cover new fence 8' x 64' board on board, 5 gallons covered the face side of the fence. Fence looks really nice. Blends in with the background better. Wife really likes the color. Used a combination of hand pump sprayer, brush, and roller. Used the sprayer to get the side edges and the face of the setback boards, used the brush to smooth it out, and used the roller for the face boards. Took a majority of the day to complete the job. The cover has no pour feature, think about getting a 5 gallon roller thingy, worked right from can. Used plastic container to scoop and poured into sprayer. May 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it My deck was 15 years old and had never had anything done to it. It looked really bad but now after a thorough cleaning and applying this stain it looks great. I couldn't be more pleased. It took a lot of stain since the wood was so old and weathered but it must have worked because it really beads up after a rain. I applied using a roller and a cheap brush for the cracks where the roller couldn't get. Although the directions say to use mineral spirits for clean up, I just discarded the roller and brush after I was finished and cleaned up everything else with Mr. Clean and water. Ceder is a great color for me. I've attached a photo to show what the color is on the weathered wood and on new wood. The top and rails are new wood and the spindles and decking are old wood. October 4, 2014
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