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                   How to Paint or Stain your
                  Pressure Treated Furniture

We are always being asked if our premium pressure-treated chairs can be painted. To help our customers*, we have put together some easy-to-follow steps to get you on your way to having a perfect piece for your front porch, back yard patio or deck! (* Our eager-to-please customer service again.)

A visit to you local ace hardware store is the best place for staining products that are designed for your specific climate and outdoor conditions. You will want to decide on a stain or paint finish first. Below are the differences between the two and information of what is involved. So have fun using your imagination and eye for color to create your own custom furniture masterpiece.

    Stain Finish shows wood grain and texture


     Painted Finish covers evenly      

Staining or painting your pine furniture is simple. Follow these easy steps to ensure a smooth, even finish every time!

1. Clean wood surface, and sand with fine
    sand paper if needed.

2. Use a brush if you are applying paint, 
    but use a clean, dry cloth if you are
    applying a Miniwax stain. Apply 
    multiple  coats if you prefer a darker

3. Apply paint or stain small sections at a
    time and allow at least 8 hours to dry
    between coats.

4. Have fun!

Consult your local hardware or paint store for the best paint and other finish advice for your climate.