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Minwax

Model 66100

Internet #202061480

Store SKU #286587

1 qt. Hickory Gel Stain

$15.76 /each
  • Designed to give you full control over the staining process
  • Non-drip formula makes it ideal for vertical application
  • Highly rated for great looking results (see reviews)

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The Minwax 1 qt. Hickory Gel Stain No. 610 is ideal for use on many types of surfaces, such as wood, metal and fiberglass. It can be applied using either a natural bristle brush, foam applicator or cloth and 1-can is designed to cover up to 200 sq. ft. depending on the surface type. Its non-drip formula makes it ideal for vertical application.

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  • Recommended for use on wood surfaces
  • Can be used on fiberglass and metal
  • Formulated for easy application with either a natural bristle brush, foam applicator or cloth
  • Non-drip formula provides a rich, uniform color
  • 1-can covers up to 200 sq. ft.
  • Recoat after at least 8 hours
  • Dry time is approximately 24 hours
  • Get the right stain for your project-click here for a buyer's guide
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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moldings

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February 11, 2016
can this product be used over already painted white moldings without stripping the moldings first?
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I have used this product on many things including white painted molding. If you brush it in one direction it mimics wood grain.Try it on a test piece first to see if it looks good to you.
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February 14, 2016
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No, it is recommended that you strip the moldings before applying the Gel Stain.
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Can this be used on top of Thompson water seal to change the color?

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This can not be used in that manner.
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can this be used on a fiberglass exterior door?

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March 9, 2016
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No, the stain is for wood.
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can this be used over 220- sanded polyshades?

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I have a table that has a single coat of a pecan polyshade applied. If sanded lightly with 220 sandpaper, can I apply this darker color gel stain OR must I completely strip off the single layer of polyshade.....which is a lighter color.
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The gel stain won't apply properly over a polyurethane finish like polyshades. It won't be able to penetrate the wood grain.
You need to either sand off the polyshades completely and apply this stain, or you could just use a darker color of polyshades over top of the original polyshades finish. That method would probably be easiest.
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