Can I stain pressure treated wood and if so how do I remove the green color before applying the stain
If you have the new pressure treated wood which has been out for at least a year now you can't apply stain to it for a year as there is so much copper in it that it will bleed through the stain and possibly give you adhesion problems. What you will need to do is apply a coat of Seasonite from the Flood Company and wait a year before you apply your stain.
Pressure Treated Wood
Clear staining a new Deck.
Will painting or staining pressure treated wood make...
pressure treated or regular wood beams?
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