Good question, I waited 1 week after the low pressure washing occurred to begin staining. Many parts of the house were 2 or more weeks out since I could not stain the house in one weekend. I have three…"
"Yes, thank you for your updates on this project. There is no better knowledge then that of someone who is on the job. Hopefully your finish has cured and the tackiness has gone away.
You mentioned that the home was powerwashed, it is possible that…"
"Thanks for your updates, Bob. Dual dispersions and/or emulsions are definitely picking up in popularity.
I'd check w/ the manufacturer on flammability, as that depends on the raw materials they use, but tackiness is not an automatic…"
"> Did you make your decision on how to clean the logs and what to use for stain ?<<br />
I used Jomax and had excellent results. The Mold just runs off the logs uncovering the stain in pretty good shape. Finally a product that works as…"
"Bob,Hello reading about top coats overtime will not let your logs breath,that is not correct
we make a top coat and stain both waterbase that allow your wood to breathe,most oil base
stains do not allow your wood to breathe,and its hard to find a…"
"Bob, I am reading the responses some weeks into lots of interesting advice. Did you make your decision on how to clean the loga and what to use for stain ?
Overall, I agree with a number of points mentioned. ( some of these folks giving advice…"
How have you been coming along with your mold & mildew on the home?
Have you tried your jomax/bleach solution yet?
Just wanted to know how you have been coming along on it?
Any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and…"
"Bob, We use Sansin exclusively but I am not a rep for them or anyone else.......I just like the product results.....I would call whomever you choose and make them make the recommendation and the application parameters for warranty and go from…"
"Looks like Kelly hit most of it. A couple other quick things:
Low VOC Transformation is higher in solids. It doesn't change the look of the stain vs. the higher VOC version but does slow down the dry time.
We are not seeing a move away from…"
I am going to try to answer your question. A Deep -Penetrating Oil Stain is a type of stain that penetrates as much as 1/4" or more into the wood. This is good for decks, hand-rails and roofing materials. These stains may also be used…"
>First, you should know that there are 2 differnet types of oil-based stains on the market - deep penetrating and shallow-penetrating. <<br />
How can I tell if a particular stain is deep or Shallow-penetrating?
"Let's see.....this will be lengthy.
First, you should know that there are 2 differnet types of oil-based stains on the market - deep penetrating and shallow-penetrating. You generally want to stick with a shallow penetrating oil-based stain…"
You mix the product with water and it comes in a 1/2 lb powder mixture. Mix 1/2 of the container with 4 gallons of clean water in a clean 5-gallon plastic pail for cleaner strength.
Mix the entire container with 4…"