Olympic® Interior & Exterior Wood Stains For Your Staining Project

Deck ImageAs America’s most trusted stain, Olympic® Stains has provided exceptional protection and durability for all wood types, applications and budgets since 1938.

We offer a complete line of exterior stains and cleaning products for all wood types, applications and budgets. We also offer environmentally preferred waterborne products that adhere to the same quality standards as our traditional products.

Olympic® Exterior Stains are defined by the level of color and the amount of wood grain and texture that shows through. All provide waterproofing and UV protection, add durability and provide a mildew-resistant coating.Olympic® Maximum® Waterproofing Sealant toner, semi-transparent and solid color stains, delivers waterproof protection, beautiful results and ease of use with every brush stroke.


A clear finish that allows the wood to weather gray naturally.

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  • A penetrating oil formula that offers our best protection against water damage and UV, scuffs and mildew stains on the coating.

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  • A durable, clear waterproofing sealant that allows wood to weather gray naturally.

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  • Penetrating linseed oil delivers waterproofing protection, UV protection and provides a mildew-resistant coating.

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  • A penetrating, advanced multi-surface sealant protects against water damage and creates a mildew-resistant coating. Perfect for a variety of substrates including concrete, brick, stucco and wood.

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Olympic® Wood Protector Waterproofing Sealant Olympic® WaterGuard® for Wood Waterproofing Sealant Olympic® WaterGuard® Multi-Surface Waterproofing Sealant Olympic® Maximum® Stain + Sealant in One

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  • Avatar iL How do you prep wood for oil painting with the wood showing through.?
    Oct 28, 2012 by iL | Posted in Painting

    How do you prep wood so you can paint oil paint on it with the wood showing through, how should I prep it so the painting does not rot.

    • Jabba is a little long-winded. Here's the short answer; You can't! The oil paint will hide the wood so there is no way to allow the wood to show through your painting.

  • Avatar Andy Inexpensive wood treatment for backyard fence?
    Nov 11, 2006 by Andy | Posted in Do It Yourself (DIY)

    I have a fence which will turn gray in a few months and age with water damage, unless I treat it, but there are a few complications. Having just purchased this new house, money is an issue; the treatment needs to be ine … to treat the rest of their fences the same way for the fence to look the same in their yards; that requires them to get agreement from their neighbors, and the cycle repeats ad inifinitum through the entire subdivision.

    • Why are you opposed to allowing the wood to develop its own patina?
      Should it become necessary to replace a board in the future, it will never match the wood you have treated.

  • Avatar Big B What's the best kind of wood to use for a fence?
    Aug 06, 2008 by Big B | Posted in Decorating & Remodeling

    Especially the kick/base boards at the bottom. I need something that the termites won't eat, is extremely durable and will hold up to the elements. Any ideas?

    • Here's a list that gives the features of the types of wood used in fencing (including termite resistance) it is from this page..
      Types of Lumber Used for Wood Fence
      Pine - Pressure treated for subterranean …d for naturally long-lived fence posts�and that you might find in your own woods or at a local rough cut sawmill�include black locust, the mid-western nuisance tree, the Osage orange, catalpa, red mulberry and sassafras.

  • Avatar moon What is the best way to discourage wood wasps? They are eating our decking!!?
    Sep 01, 2006 by moon | Posted in Garden & Landscape
    • Kidnap one, and torture it, perhaps pull a wing off, and starve it for a while !

      Then let it go back and tell all it's mates that you mean business.

      They wont bother you no more !!

  • Avatar senor_mongol Why the sunny side of my wood fence turned black?
    Mar 30, 2009 by senor_mongol | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    I have a wood fence, stained a few years ago. Now the side facing south, i.e. the side exposed to sunshine most, has turned black, while all the other sides are fine. I thought it was mildew, but it's the least humid section of my fence. So what was the cause? Sun-burn on stain? Any treatment? Thanks.

    • Try pressure washing it.