Our stain is a peraffinic, oil-based stain, sealant and preservative. Made in Plano, Texas, our stain includes fungicides and mildewcides designed specifically for our unique North Texas climate.
Our stain comes in three quality colors:
- Classic Cedar
When choosing between the two processes of Pre-Dipped Stain vs. Post-Stain after construction, here is what you should know:
- It is almost impossible to create the conditions necessary to cure the wood prior to construction of the fence. All wood is stored in bundles and is wet.
- Even if the wood is dry, it still must be exposed to the outside elements to cure. This allows the wood to go through the process of expanding and contracting over time, allowing the pores of the wood to open up and become ready to absorb the stain evenly.
- Penetrating oil stains will not bond or penetrate properly if the wood is not allowed a few weeks to completely cure in the sun prior to sealing the fence.
- When wood is dip-stained prior to construction, it will not last as long due to the fact that the wood has to be given two coats in order for it to penetrate properly.