Wood protection for Decks, Fences, Docks and Marinas

One TIME Wood Protector is unique protection that is a proven, long-lasting, low maintenance alternative to conventional wood stains for Decks, Fences, Docks and Marinas. This unique wood protector eliminates the frequent, expensive, and difficult maintenance characteristics of most commonly advertised acrylic stains and oil finishes. There are some decent quality … Read More

Wood Finish for Exterior Wooden Entry Doors and Garage Doors

NatureColor┬« from Structures Wood Care or Structures Wood Care NatureOne┬« wood finishes are excellent products for exterior entry doors and garage doors. These coatings resemble a varnish stained look but provides a micro porous film that is resistant to sun deterioration because of the layered effect of the pigmentation. The translucent qualities of … Read More

Sequencing Hardwood Floor Finish with Painting

Builders, subcontractors, and homeowners many times find it difficult to sequence the various steps during new home construction. Hardwood floor installation, staining, and finishing typically create one of the biggest logistical challenges to the project manager. Wall and ceiling painting many times involves ladders and scaffolding, which can damage freshly … Read More

PaintSource Live Featuring Doug Wilson and Will Selby from the PaintSource Network (PSN)

Doug and Will are available for personal project consultation. With over 30 years experience selling, applying and studying architectural coatings, they have created a massive database of knowledge for all your painting, wood maintenance and wood finishing projects. Give Doug or Will a call for Project Consultation on any Project. … Read More

Waterlox on Wood Countertops

Waterlox is a great choice for finishing wood counter tops, bars, vanities, and tables, as it produces a waterproof, durable surface that is easy to maintain and non-toxic when cured. An amateur can achieve professional results by following the following simple instructions. Preparation:  Sand the surface with 100 or 120 grit … Read More