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Item 828282
Model PSQT

General Finishes - Conditioner Pre-Stain Solvent Based Quart

$19.99

Only the finest oils, resins and pigments are used to produce stains so rich in color and so easy to use, that magazines and woodworkers have been extolling their excellence for over 40 years....

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Only the finest oils, resins and pigments are used to produce stains so rich in color and so easy to use, that magazines and woodworkers have been extolling their excellence for over 40 years. Stains may be applied by clean cloth (please dispose of responsibly), brush or by spray.As with all pigmented stains, please stir well to ensure the pigment is well dispersed throughout the liquid prior to use.Clean up with mineral spirits. Use the Pre-Stain Wood Conditioner before staining new or bare soft and porous wood surfaces such as with Aspen or Pine. It penetrates the grain of the wood to promote uniform acceptance of stain, and prevents streaking and blotching to help ensure a beautiful, even stain.

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  • Clean up with mineral spirits
  • It penetrates the grain of the wood to promote uniform acceptance of stain
  • Prevents streaking and blotching to help ensure a beautiful, even stain
  • May be applied by clean cloth
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    No more blotching

    Stops the dreaded blotch on cherry, my favorite wood. Followed by a General Finishes warm cherry stain.

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