Armstrong-Clark Stains

The Armstrong Clark Advantage

Wood deteriorates, turns gray, and absorbs water because it loses its natural oil. It becomes susceptible to fungus, rot, and infestation once the natural defense system provided by the wood's oil is gone.

When we get dry skin, we do not apply a drying top coat, we apply a conditioning oil. Wood works the same way- wood needs conditioning for longer life.

Our formula is a combination of drying and non-drying oils that give the user two layers of protection with one brush stroke. Non-drying conditioning oils separate from the drying side of the formula to penetrate into the wood fiber where the wood's natural oils used to be. This process rejuvenates the wood. The drying oils stay at the surface and lock in the conditioning oils as they lock out the harmful effects of Mother Nature.

Our high quality stain is guaranteed not to peel or crack. Armstrong-Clark oil base stain is Long Lasting, Easy to Apply, and a Breeze to Maintain.

  1. 1
    Can be applied in direct sunlight up to 110° +F
  2. 2
    Able to walk on wet stain without having to backbrush (application footprints blend in over 24 hours)
  3. 3
    Wet stain marks blend in when stain is applied within 20-30 minutes
  4. 4
    No stripping, sanding, or media blasting on maintenance coats
  5. 5
    Can be exposed to rain 60 minutes after stain fully absorbs into the wood
  6. 6
    No wiping required during application
  • Conditions and rejuvenates wood
  • No peeling, cracking, flashing, or shiners
  • Formulated for single coat application
  • A 2nd coat can be applied wet on wet or wet on dry for extra protection (for many applications)
  • Wood can have up to 20% moisture content
  • All colors are intermixable
  • Survives harsh snowy winters
  • No need for additional promers or sealers
  • Includes water repellents, UV inhibitors, and mildew

Available Colors


Hardwoods & Softwoods

Natural Tone

Cedar Tone

Redwood Tone


Black Walnut



Sierra Redwood


Rustic Brown



Natural Oak



Oxford Brown

Mountain Cedar


Woodland Brown