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Wood Stain, Water Based, Antique Oak Stain, Pint

$14.50

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Created to be easy to use and consistently outperform your expectations even on difficult woods like maple and pine. Only the finest ingredients are used to create the rich color, heavy body and...

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Created to be easy to use and consistently outperform your expectations even on difficult woods like maple and pine. Only the finest ingredients are used to create the rich color, heavy body and longer open time that's the hallmark of these nonflammable dye/pigment blend water based stains. The rich colors enhance the beauty of the wood while the heavy bodied formula and longer open time makes it easier to control the depth and evenness of color. Hint: Natural is the base from which all the colors are made.Can be used to enhance the beauty of the wood like a stain prior to finishing but is primarily intended to be used to dilute the other colors.



  • No harsh chemicals or toxic vapors
  • Easy clean up
  • Outstanding performance
  • Indoor use only
  • Easy to use

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Woodcraft invites the Parkersburg, WV area residents to a free Upcycling Event at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Saturday, June 21, at 10 a.m.  Mixed media artist Leslie Yoak from St. Marys will “upcycle” and repurpose ReStore items to improve their look and value.  What’s the difference between upcycle and repurpose?  Upcycling is taking something old or outdated and giving it a fresh modern new look.  Repurposing is giving new life to an item by changing it into something entirely useful than what is used to be.  For example, the item on the left below is an end table from the 80′s, upcycled with General Finishes products from Woodcraft, giving it a new flair with a distressed look to match the rooms decor.  Photo right shows an old bathroom light box fixture, repurposed or transformed into a rack for hanging anything from jewelry and belts to other creative items for remodeling any room.

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