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Solid-Color Stains on Western Redcedar and Redwood SidingAuthor(s): Mark Knaebe
Source: USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, FinishLine, 2013; 2 p.
Publication Series: Finishlines
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionYou have decided to put wood siding on your new house. Several questions are probably going through your mind: “What’s the best type of wood?” “Should I use paint or stain?” “Should I apply the finish before or after I install the siding?”
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CitationKnaebe, Mark. 2013. Solid-Color Stains on Western Redcedar and Redwood Siding. USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, FinishLine, 2013; 2 p.
Keywordswestern redcedar, redwood, siding (building materials), finishes and finishing, stains and staining, Thuja plicata, Sequoia sempervirens, cladding, grading, application methods, installation, red cedar
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