Waterlox Satin Finish
Waterlox VOC Compliant Satin Finish
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Waterlox Original VOC Compliant Satin Finish is a premium tung oil-based wood finish in a Low VOC Formulation that goes on easily with a brush, lambswool applicator, or spray. Waterlox  resists alcohol, hot liquids and similar problems while sealing the wood and hardening and enhancing the wood’s natural appearance.… Read More

One TIME Wood Protector
How to apply One TIME Wood Protector
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The PaintSource Network has been testing and evaluating most available wood coatings for the past 25 years. We have teamed with WJ Andriots to bring you our knowledge, help you choose the right products and tools, and deliver to your jobsite the appropriate products for all your paint or wood … Read More

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Nail Pops on Drywall
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Drywall imperfections can include drywall cracking, seam bubbling or wrinkling, corner bead crush or pop, and nail and screw pops through drywall. Usually, these defects are caused by the simple shrinkage of the wood framing members in the house. In a newly constructed home, we commonly observe nail popping or … Read More

Best Wood Finish for Wood Floors and Dogs
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Waterlox Tung Oil is the PaintSource Product of Choice for clients who live in a Dog House. Because Waterlox finishes penetrate into your wood floors, when scratches or wear areas do occur, they are far less noticeable than with a urethane finish that simply lies on the surface. To fix … Read More

Waterlox Marine Finish Review
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We discuss Waterlox Marine Finshes as the best wood finish for mahogany doors. Waterlox Marine Finishes are Tung Oil based, and are extremely waterproof.

Painting Exterior Wooden Doors
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For the exterior, a painted wooden door is a tough surface to protect. Acrylic finishes will usually outperform oil-based paint on a wooden door due to their breathability and flexibility. While oil-based finishes offer superior flow and leveling during application, oil- based coatings generally chalk, crack, and fade rapidly. If … Read More

Waterlox TB 6044 Satin on Reclaimed Heart Pine Floor
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It is difficult to verbally describe the beauty of a Waterlox Tung Oil finish. You really need to see it.  This Heart Pine flooring renovation project was executed  by a Waterlox connoisseur in Louisiana. Waterlox was the perfect finishing touch on this work of craftsmanship. Dwight Foreman of Authentic Heartpine salvaged, de-nailed, re-purposed, milled, installed, and then finished … Read More

Waterlox on Tropical Hardwoods
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While Waterlox enhances and beautifies all types of wood, it is our only choice for oily tropical hardwoods. Tropical hardwood like Cumaru, Ipe, Mahogany, and Brazilian Cherry has always been a challenge both interior and exterior. These woods are extremely dense and hard, and they are full of natural oils … Read More

Fogging Citri Fresh Carpenter Bee Stop Repellent.
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Fogging CITRIFRESH BEE STOP at Greg Morocco‘s cabin. Bee Stop is not an insecticide. It is all natural, and simply runs the Carpenter Bees away from the house. Bees hate the smell of the Natural Citrus Oil Blend, and they will leave this property. Contact us if you wish to … Read More

Sikkens is now PPG ProLuxe
Sikkens is now PPG ProLuxe
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If you’re recently seen our new Sikkens page in the shop, you’ve noticed most of the Sikkens can images either have a smaller sikkens label or one that just reads PPG ProLuxe. We would like to assure you, while the name has changed over time the product has NOT changed. … Read More

Wood protection for Decks, Fences, Docks and Marinas
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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

Building and Staining a New Deck
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This is part of our “Common Problems/ Better Solutions Series featured at PaintSource.net. Please pass this article to anyone you know who is about to stain or paint a wooden deck. You may be ready to stain your own deck. It may be your neighbor. It may be a contractor … Read More

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