Just because you used pressure-treated lumber doesn't mean your outdoor
project has to stay green. Not only can you can stain treated wood, you should
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Jun 7, 2013 ... How long should I wait before painting or staining pressure-treated wood ... How
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It comes in three natural tones and penetrates pressure-treated wood like no
other wood stain. Brazilian Rosewood Oil penetrates and stabilizes the wood
How to Seal and Stain Pressure Treated Wood Decking. Most decks are made
from pressure treated pine. Here is how to keep your deck looking great and ...
Jul 3, 2013 ... To start, pressure-treated wood is softwood lumber, typically southern ... •Allow
treated wood to dry thoroughly before staining or painting.
Older wood is drier and very porous. It will absorb most any type of wood stain
and be adequately protected. New pressure treated pine on the other hand has ...
Nov 4, 2008 ... You can stain pressure treated lumber as long as the wood is dry. Why do I have
to wait before staining pressure treated lumber? The pressure ...
Watch this video from home improvement expert Danny Lipford to find out how
long you need to let pressure treated wood dry before staining a wooden deck.
If you don't like the idea of repainting every two or three years, consider staining
the pressure-treated wood instead. Yet another option is to allow the wood to ...