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Old 04-03-2014, 08:09 AM   #16
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Let me ask another question since most yellow southern pine in my experience is pressure treated can P/T wood be stained successfully? Not referring to the old green P/T but more like the new yellawood.

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Let me ask another question since most yellow southern pine in my experience is pressure treated can P/T wood be stained successfully? Not referring to the old green P/T but more like the new yellawood.
Sure. You just have to let it dry enough first that it can absorb an exterior oil stain. I'd bet you can find better details on Yellawood's site.
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Let me ask another question since most yellow southern pine in my experience is pressure treated can P/T wood be stained successfully? Not referring to the old green P/T but more like the new yellawood.
I am using 1x6 tongue and groove is used for an exterior ceiling
The main problem ( other than the warped boards being tough to install and keep straight ) was the splotchy appearance due to uneven sanding
I was going for an rustic appearance so it worked out fine
Most of the boards were graded #2 with 3/4'' knots and a few boards were graded D select and included (because they were so warped I guess)
they stained out beautiful ,but didn't blend in with the #2 boards.
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rethink! That ceiling and those beams are beautiful and will do quite well on their own. Touch them once with sealer, stain, whatever and you'll be doing it for as long as you live there. Look at them and say "looks really nice" and you will be doing that instead. No choice for m e! Ron
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that's a great idea ,but HO ( homeowner ) watches HGTV and subscribes to magazines.

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