Water Based Exterior Finishes

Designed for exterior wood applications, General Finishes superior exterior earth friendly water-base wood coatings will protect your project from wind, sun, and rain. Our interior/exterior paints acrylic paints are suitable for indoor or outdoor furniture, crafts, cabinets, millwork, garage doors and decks and can sprayed to produce a high quality satin sheen finish.

Exterior 450 Wood Stain

General Finishes Water-Base Exterior 450 Wood Stain

GF’s Exterior 450 Wood Stains are premium quality, exterior pigmented stains designed for outdoor projects. They contain U.V. absorbers and mildewcides for maximum protection from the elements.  Exterior 450 Stains can be applied by brush, roll or spray. You have two options:  Apply two coats Exterior 450 Wood Stain with no topcoat for a semi-transparent look or apply one coat of stain, wipe off and apply several coats of Exterior 450 Clear Finish. Warning: We do not recommend Ext 450 stains or topcoats for exotic woods Ipe, teak, or other dense oily woods that will get exposure.

Exterior 450 Clear Water Based Topcoat

Designed for exterior wood applications, EXTERIOR 450 varnish provides your wood with a tough, protective outdoor water-base wood finish that will withstand the rigors of the sun, rain, and wind. Can be used as a tint base to create custom colors.

Exterior 450 Water Based Primer

General Finishes Exterior 450 Primer Wood Finish

Waterbase Exterior 450 Primer for outdoor wood finishing projects such as decks, exterior doors, patio furniture, and gagage doors. Check out the entire family of fine exterior waterbourne coatings from General Finishes; stains, paint, and clear coats. Warning: We do not recommend Ext 450 stains or topcoats for exotic woods Ipe, teak, or other dense oily woods that will get exposure

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EF Exterior 450 White

General Finishes Exterior 450 White is an exterior wood finish for outdoor use. Warning: We do not recommend Ext 450 stains or topcoats for exotic woods Ipe, teak, or other dense oily woods that will get exposure

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