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Clear cedar is much like knotted cedar except that it doesn’t have the knots. This is what makes it ‘clear’ and it is a good option for those who want to have more of a minimalistic look when they are making furniture. When it’s used in chair making, clear western red cedar provides a lot of good color and texture but it looks cleaner on the whole than knotted cedar or when compared to other woods like pine. All in all, it’s a lovely wood to work with, and it can produce some beautiful chairs and furniture.
Our Clear Cedar Adirondack chairs and outdoor furniture can be purchased untreated. This provides the option to custom stain or paint at home or purposefully leave the wood to age naturally for a rustic aged or grey patina look.
Our industry-leading four-step staining process begins with a full immersion technique where each piece of wood is dipped in an 80-gallon vat of the Cetol 1 by Sikkens/Proluxe, the best outdoor stain on the market, which is equivalent to three coats of stain. Once dry, we hand-spray three additional coats of stain with fine hand sanding between each coat, achieving a beautiful long-lasting finish.
This beautiful look can only be achieved by using clear cedar wood, which features a darker colored wood in center of the tree. Our artisans hand-pick this darker wood, and coupled with our industry-leading four-step staining process, merge to create the most stunning of hues available.
Our caramel color is very popular and can be in limited supply, especially during our high season.