When can you stain pressure treated wood?

Answer On One Hand: Stain as soon as possibleYou want to protect your pressure-treated wood from sunlight's harmful ultra-violet (UV) rays. A quality wood stain will protect from UV rays, and will also se... Read More »

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How long should you wait to stain pressure-treated wood?

You should not stain or paint pressure-treated wood until it is completely dry inside and out, according to Northeast Treaters Inc. Depending on the time of year and weather conditions, it would be... Read More »

How Long Should You Wait to Stain Pressure Treated Wood?

Founded in 1977, the Insulation Contractors Association of America (ICAA) promotes "professionalism in the residential and insulation contracting industry." ICAA expects its members to uphold the o... Read More »

Do you let a pressure-treated wood deck weather before you stain it?

When your deck project is finished and the pressure-treated wood is dry, it should be stained within a few weeks. Use two coats of a water-repellent penetrating stain and re-stain your pressure-tre... Read More »

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 protected.