Oil based Wood Stains are made from the highest quality oils, resins, and pigments to insure your finishing project will be an easy and rewarding experience.
As a testimony to the stains' overall excellence, several woodworking magazines have awarded GF Stains their highest recommendations in national competitions. They have been foolproof for over 40 years!
The stain colors are current, exciting and offer you a wide range of choices: White Mist, Honey, Honey Maple, Maple, Light Oak, Pecan, Salem, Danish Teak, Candlelight, Warm Cherry, Antique Cherry, American Walnut, Mahogany, and Spiced Walnut.
TIPS BEFORE YOU START
(OPTIONAL) PRE-STAIN WOOD CONDITIONER Pre-Stain Wood Conditioner is designed to help hard to stain woods such as pine, aspen and cherry accept a stain more evenly. IMPORTANT NOTE: Pre-sealing the wood will lighten the color of your stain. It's important that you test the Pre-Stain and color first. A second coat of stain may be applied after the first coat has dried to achieve a darker color.
1. Apply Pre-Stain to raw wood with a clean cloth, foam brush, or paint pad applicator.
2. Wipe off the excess with a clean, dry cloth.
3.-Allow Pre-Stain to dry 30 minutes before applying stain, but no longer than 2 hours.
APPLICATION OF STAIN
DRYTIME & CURE TIME
General Finishes Stains and Topcoats can dry in 6-12 hours under ideal conditions (70Â°F and 70% humidity). Cooler temperatures or higher humidity may extend the dry time to 12-24 hours or longer. Good ventilation and air movement will greatly improve dry time. The final Topcoat will completely cure in 10-14 days. You may use your project immediately after drying, just treat it with special care during the curing period.
Stains - 200 sq. ft. per quart.
Top Coats - 300-400 sq. ft. per quart.