Gray Moss

Solid-color stains mimic the appearance of the flat, oil-based paints used since colonial times. These days, however, the best solid-color stains are made with water-based, 100 percent acrylic resins, which don't turn chalky and harden with age as oils will. They're also more permeable to water vapor, making them less likely to peel. The clapboards on this Colonial Revival–style house are finished with Cabot Pro V.T. Solid Acrylic Stain in Gray Moss; the trim is Ultra White;
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