Selecting a Wood Stain

Petar and I have spent the past week in and out of looking for paint colors and trying to find the perfect stain for our . {What we are currently working with- natural red oak} We have decided to stain the and…

Tom Monahan leads a discussion on how to choose a . Since 1928 htttp://GeneralFinishes.com has satisfied the DIY and woodworking market with high quality wood finishes, including…
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Cabot Stain 144-8120 HP 1/2 Pint Natural Interior Oil Wood Stain


A remarkably rich and workable pigmented finish that penetrates deep into wood surface, uncovering the hidden beauty of natural grain, character and texture Formulated with the finest-grade oils and pigments, the results made possible by this union will impress even the most discerning craftsman For use on most types of wood such as Oak, Pine Fir, Birch, Aspen, Maple, Cypress, Mahogany and Redwood One gallon covers up to 400-600 square feet depending upon surface porosity Do not thin Natural 1/2 pint
List Price: $ 11.05
Price: $ 11.05

Cabot Stain 144-8120 QT 1 Quart Natural Interior Oil Wood Stain


A remarkably rich and workable pigmented finish that penetrates deep into wood surface, uncovering the hidden beauty of natural grain, character and texture Formulated with the finest-grade oils and pigments, the results made possible by this union will impress even the most discerning craftsman For use on most types of wood such as Oak, Pine Fir, Birch, Aspen, Maple, Cypress, Mahogany and Redwood One gallon covers up to 400-600 square feet depending upon surface porosity Do not thin Natural 1 quart
List Price: $ 28.90
Price: $ 28.90

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