Can You Put Stain over Paint?

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You can put stain over paint depending on the type of paint and the surface it is on. If you are considering staining a wood deck, you can use a solid stain without sanding off the paint. Solid stain is different than the transparent type and won't penetrate into the wood, but instead will sit on top of it.
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