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Cabot Stains & Finishes

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Cabot Stains

Cabot Decking Tintable Multiple Solid Exterior Stain

Extremely durable Exterior stain for use on decks, outdoor furniture and fencing, as well as cement patios and walkways ◆ 100% Acrylic formula ◆ Scuff resistant, water repellent, excellent adhesions to new, previously stained of painted surfaces, which as in a clean, sound condition ◆ Maximum-pigmented formula to withstand heavy foot traffic ◆ Unlimited color matching ◆ Backed by the Cabot worry free project guarantee

Cabot Stains

Cabot Tintable Neutral Base Semi-Solid Exterior Stain

Water repellent ◆ Deep penetrating oil ◆ Fade-resistant

Cabot Stains

Cabot Australian Timber Oil Natural Transparent Exterior Stain

3 Way Oil Protection delivers a unique blend of superb-grade linseed oil for maximum penetration, lon-oil alkyds for durability & pur tung oil for color depth and water repellency ◆ Proven translucent-oil treatment that is specially formulated for decks, siding, railings and outdoor furniture ◆ Penetrates deep into wood to accentuate natural wood depth and patina ◆ Originally formulated to protect dense Australian tallowwood, cambara, and merbau from extreme exposures ◆ Backed by the Cabot Worry Free Project Guarantee

Cabot Stains

Cabot Gold Moonlit Mahogany Transparent Exterior Stain

Cabot Gold is the Ultimate Finish, providing an unparalleled satin sheen and strong protection from UV sun damage, exterme temperatures, rain and moisture ◆ Unique polished perfection, the rich look of interior floors outdoors ◆ Dual UV Protection ◆ Superior mildew blocker ◆ Resists cracking and peeling in extreme temperatures ◆ Backed by the Cabot Worry Free Project Guarantee

  • Why to Stain
  • There’s more to staining than just making your wood look beautiful. Staining is the best way to protect your investment and preserve and beautify your deck. All wood types need to be protected, no matter if the wood is chemically-treated or naturally protected. Read more...

  • When to Stain
  • Now that you’ve decided to go ahead with your staining project, you will need to take into consideration factors like the weather and time of day when selecting a day for the task. Temperature and humidity can have major effects on how your stain dries. Read more...

  • How to Stain
  • The first place to start with any exterior wood project is to understand what you are working with. Exterior wood, no matter if it’s decking or siding, can have a variety of challenges that need to be addressed before staining. Read more...