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Old 05-08-2009, 09:28 PM   #1
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Looking for wood conditioner for exterior wood (pre-stain). I have a door and windows to strip/stain/varnish. Regular wood conditioners available at the SW/BM are for interior only. I wanted a more even/consistent finish.
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You can make you own, I just take exterior clear and thin it down with about 80 percent ms and spray / brush it.
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I've heard of that before- makes sense as long as it's not over applied right?
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I have done this on exterior thresholds and doors using a pure polymerized exterior tung oil as a seal coat to control color and grain definition. It works really well. Shoot me a pm if you choose to go this route and I can email you some product and process info.



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