Semi-transparent stain and EPA-registered wood preservative all in one product.
Preserve the appeal of your wood’s natural appearance with WOODguard®, our highly durable wood preservative stain backed by over 30 years of proven performance. By penetrating deeply into the wood on log homes and log siding, this oil-based formula provides exceptional water repellency and protection against termites and damaging UV rays. In fact, with an easy one-coat application, WOODguard works to vigorously protect your wood without forming a film that will crack or peel.
Exceptional Water Repellency
WOODguard is an oil-based formula that provides long-term protection and water repellency by penetrating deeply into the wood.
WOODguard is ideally suited for log homes, shingle and shake roofs, siding and fences, especially rough-sawn lumber, old weathered wood, and new porous woods. Not intended for use on decks.
Proven Decay/Fungus Prevention
WOODguard effectively prevents surface blue stain, fungi, molds and mildew.
Excellent Termite/Insect Control
WOODguard protects against insects including termites and anobiid powderpost beetles.
WOODguard contains colorless UV blockers to help ensure that long-term exposure to sunlight won't strip wood of natural oils and beauty. For even more UV protection, pigmented WOODguard also contains micronized trans-oxides.
From the first application, WOODguard begins protecting your wood. On new construction, we generally recommend a second coat within 2 to 4 years.
WOODguard forms a semi-transparent, weather-resistant polymer film that protects the finish and allows the logs to breathe.
Choice of Colors
WOODguard is available in Clear and six factory colors, as well as custom colors tinted by your dealer. CLICK HERE to see available factory colors for WOODguard.
VOC-Compliant in All 50 States
WOODguard meets current VOC standards set by the Ozone Transport Commission (OTC) as well as the most stringent limits set by California. Compared to the competition, we have some of the industry’s lowest VOCs with our single-coat application process. Learn more about VOC emissions HERE.