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Red Oak Stain Colors Sample Pack

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Note: All real wood exotic species change color greatly over time and may vary in color significantly. Check out our blog post on ambering for more information »


Quick Overview

A sample pack containing all 14 of our standard stain colors on Red Oak! - The price on this sample pack includes a coupon to apply the full purchase price of this sample towards a future order with us. Some restrictions apply - see coupon for details

Since wood is a product of nature, each piece will take stain differently. This variation is normal and is what gives real wood the warmth and beauty not found in man-made products. We’ve included two different pieces of each color to show how the stain may vary from board to board. The pieces included may not show the full range but should give a general idea of what to expect from your new set of finished stair treads.

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  • Red Oak Stain Colors Sample Pack


Order a sample pack containing all 14 of our standard stain colors!

Our standard colors include:
  • Natural (Prefinished Clear) (A0/R0)
  • Greystone (A47)
  • Lowcountry Cordial (B21)
  • Lowcountry Toffee (B32)
  • Cherry (C26)
  • Anneal (C28)
  • Golden Oak (D25)
  • Ebony Clubhouse (D3)
  • Butterscotch (E33)
  • Gunstock (F29)
  • Grand Isle (F3)
  • Saddle (G50)
  • Smoke (H15)
  • Mohawk Gold (H28)
  • Dusk (H8)

Sometimes it's just best to see colors and finishes in your home's lighting conditions and to compare stain colors to flooring colors first-hand - this sample pack is the perfect way to do this! This sample pack includes two roughly 2" x 3" cuttings of Red Oak stained in our standard stock colors.

Each wood chip is a finished square of 3/8" thick Red Oak that is stained and finished in the same manner and using the same stains and finishes as our prefinished stair treads and risers. With a cutting of each sample board, you can see each color and compare it to you existing flooring!

Order this sample pack before you start your project to choose the proper color since many flooring manufacturer's color names may not exactly cross-over to our names.

Did you know you can see a list of stain colors online?
You can see a comparison of stain colors on our Stain Colors page.

Additional Information

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Quickship Item Yes
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

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You said we would receive a coupon that would apply the cost of the sample pack to an order. What are the restrictions to applying the coupon to our order? For example, is there a minimum dollar amount to our order for us to be able to deduct the cost of the sample pack?
Are these finished with the same finish that will be on the stair treads as far as color and gloss?
I have bruce wood hardwood engineered floors in the gunstock finish. I want to match the stairs to that new flooring. Can I send you a piece of the wood flooring to have you choose the matching gunstock to the floor I already have?
I would like to use retro T&R to replace the existing stairs. Is my only option Oak? I have mahogany floors and wanted the grain/wood specie to match.

Also, my first step has a right turnout.. Is there a retro riser and tread available?
I would like to have the Brazilian Cherry retro treads stained, but it looks like you only offer that for the Red Oak?
I have one step that is 14" deep which with a Retro Riser would put it out to almost 15" deep. Can I get that one tread at a special depth or is there a work around?
I have a landing half way up my stairs, making a right turn. Do you offer a landing piece to match your retro treads?

Isn't the landing tread going to make the landing 1/4" higher than the rest of the treads if the retrotreads are 1/2" thick? Also is there options for the "butterscotch " stain to be viewed on different wood samples beside the red oak? I am trying to match some cabinets that are called butterscotch but the type of wood they are constructed from eludes me. This looks like a great product. I have always wondered how I could convert my stairs from carpet to wood and still meet code without having to totally rebuild the stringers.

What is the staining and sealing process for your prefinished wood? (How many coats of sealer and stain?)
Can stair treads with prefinished stain such as Saddle be sanded and restained a different color down the line if need be?
I ordered a sample pack and I'm getting ready to place a order for steps. What do I need to do inorder to apply the cost to my order? Thanks
Do you offer sample for the Maple stain colors? I am looking at the Sullivan Island color. Or is their a similar stain color in the red oak stain color package?
Can I custom order stair-tread with rounded edges with a specific radius?
How long after ordering does it take to get the treads?
I would like to match a stair tread to the autumn birch color of the Home Legend engineered floor. Can I send a sample of the floor?
How long does it take to receive these samples?
Do you have examples of your stairs with carpet inset down middle of stair or slip/skid carpet piece for us older folks? I'm ordering sample kit but you guys may have some ideas I haven't considered. Thanks! Art
Can I order a boxed end tread with one end mitered at 45 degrees turn of approx. 10 inches?
After the top stair tread, I am installing carpet. How does the carpet fit snug to the tread?
I did not see any instructions on how to finish the landing. What do you suggest?
What is your guarantee on the finish on the retro treads (how many years) and can they be refinished?

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