I used a product called Five Minute Fence Stain. They guarentee it for 2
years. Easy to apply. You can search google for it (they even have a demo
video) and order direct. $50 (IIRC) covered 100SF of fence. Mine turned out
well and has help up well for a year.
What are you trying to accomplish by staining the fence? Cedar is naturally
resistant to decay and if left alone, it will get darker as the tannins
leach out, and then turn to a nice silver gray. If you apply some sort of
Cedartone stain, you generally end up with an unnatural orange that has to
be continually recoated. Some clear finishes have a UV inhibitor and will
help keep the new cedar look a little longer, but again, it's continual
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