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Old 05-13-2013, 03:52 PM   #16
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Cedar Deck Stain Failure - Sand or Strip?


This is from the Technical Data Sheet for 3400 Australian Timber Oil:
Restrictions:
Over-application of this product will
compromise the longevity of the finish;
remove excess product that does not
penetrate. Hand rubbing of this product with
a lambswool applicator or durable cloth will
ensure proper penetration and spread rate
on dense woods. Do not thin this product.
Do not tint this product. Do not apply to
lumber adjacent to fresh stucco. For these
surfaces, use Cabot’s The Finish House &
Trim Paint or PRO.V.T.
® Do not apply to
incense cedar, juniper or cypress without first

testing for drying qualities
.

I hope this helps. (Italics mine)

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Old 05-13-2013, 04:07 PM   #17
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Cedar Deck Stain Failure - Sand or Strip?


This is from the Technical Data Sheet for 3400 Australian Timber Oil:

Restrictions:
Over-application of this product will compromise the longevity of the finish; This is from the Technical Data Sheet for 3400 Australian Timber Oil:
Restrictions:
Over-application of this product will
compromise the longevity of the finish;
remove excess product that does not
penetrate. Hand rubbing of this product with
a lambswool applicator or durable cloth will
ensure proper penetration and spread rate
on dense woods. Do not thin this product.
Do not tint this product. Do not apply to
lumber adjacent to fresh stucco. For these
surfaces, use Cabot’s The Finish House &
Trim Paint or PRO.V.T.
® Do not apply to
incense cedar, juniper or cypress without first

testing for drying qualities
.

I hope this helps. (Italics mine)

remove excess product that does not
penetrate. Hand rubbing of this product with
a lambswool applicator or durable cloth will
ensure proper penetration and spread rate
on dense woods. Do not thin this product.
Do not tint this product. Do not apply to
lumber adjacent to fresh stucco. For these
surfaces, use Cabot’s The Finish House &
Trim Paint or PRO.V.T.
® Do not apply to
incense cedar, juniper or cypress without first

testing for drying qualities
.

I hope this helps. (Italics mine)
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Cedar Deck Stain Failure - Sand or Strip?


This is from the Technical Data Sheet for 3400 Australian Timber Oil:

Restrictions:
Over-application of this product will
compromise the longevity of the finish;
remove excess product that does not
penetrate. Hand rubbing of this product with
a lambswool applicator or durable cloth will
ensure proper penetration and spread rate
on dense woods. Do not thin this product.
Do not tint this product. Do not apply to
lumber adjacent to fresh stucco. For these
surfaces, use Cabot’s The Finish House &
Trim Paint or PRO.V.T.
® Do not apply to
incense cedar, juniper or cypress without first

testing for drying qualities
.

I hope this helps. (Italics mine)

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