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Varathane 1 qt. 3X Antique White Premium Wood Stain (Case of 2)
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Varathane

1 qt. 3X Antique White Premium Wood Stain (Case of 2)

$16.96 /case

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Varathane 1 qt. 3X Antique White Premium Wood Stain (Case of 2) is a premium, high performance stain that requires only 1 coat. Guarantees beautiful results 3X faster than traditional wood stains. Easily brushes on without the use of a pre-stain or wood conditioner.

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  • Ideal for use on all interior wood projects such as furniture, cabinets, doors and trim, floors and paneling
  • Enriched with nano pigments and soy oil for exceptional color clarity and dries in only 1 hour
  • Covers 275 sq. ft.
  • Semi-transparent formula imparts beautiful color while enhancing the wood's natural grain
  • Top coat your project with Varathane polyurethane for long-term protection and durability
  • No wood conditioner is required
  • Cleans up with mineral spirits
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Would I need to apply a sealant after this product?

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April 29, 2016
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We recommend applying a protective top coat after application of Varathane Wood Stain. Most wood stain products are designed to color the wood, not to protect. For best results, use Varathane Polyurethane for protection and durability of your project. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Varathane-1-gal-Clear-Satin-Water-Based-Floor-Polyurethane-Case-of-2-230231/202057141
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April 25, 2016
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Yes, generally you'll want to apply a polyurethane finish after staining.
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April 25, 2016
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Yes, this is a stain, not a finish. It changes the color of the wood, but does little to protect it. If you want to apply a finish that won't change the color, use a water based finish. Just be sure to let the stain fully cure before applying it (instructions on the can)
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April 23, 2016
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No sealant is not required.
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can i get this paint on other colors, we need a yellow and green for tables painting

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May 6, 2015
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It's not a paint, it's a wood stain. It is best applied to bare wood that as either never been painted or stained, or as been sanded back down to bare wood
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April 26, 2015
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Yes, there's a honey shade and I believe other green shades offered by Varathane as well. However, note that this is a STAIN, and not paint. So you'll still be able to see woodgrain though it, and your a solid color.
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March 11, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in Rust-Oleum's products. Unfortunately, the Varathane Distressed Wood Stain is not available in yellow or green.
Update: Varathane 3X Reclaimed Distressed Wood Stain is now available at Home Depot in Rustic Sage. You can find the product on HD.com by searching model # 287753.
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Can it be used on wood that is already stained with a different color?

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I would like to turn this dining table (attached) to white, and was wondering if this product would work. If not, can anyone recommend a product?
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If the wood has not been covered with polyurethane after the original stain was applied, then yes it can be added over top of an existing stain for a white wash effect.
However, if your table has a glossy surface like the one in the picture, it will not work. You'll have to either sand down or strip the finish to apply this stain. Alternatively, you could look at using a Polyshades (which Home Depot Read More
If the wood has not been covered with polyurethane after the original stain was applied, then yes it can be added over top of an existing stain for a white wash effect.
However, if your table has a glossy surface like the one in the picture, it will not work. You'll have to either sand down or strip the finish to apply this stain. Alternatively, you could look at using a Polyshades (which Home Depot also carries) type finish, which is meant to be applied over top of an existing coat of poly. Read Less
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December 16, 2015
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No, any existing finishes, including stains, need to be removed with sandpaper or paint stripper. Previous stains will prevent a new stain from absorbing and adhering to the wood surface properly.
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1) can it be sprayed on? 2) does it need a primer? 3) is one coat sufficient if I want the wood grain to show through

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June 18, 2015
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Rust-Oleum does not recommend applying the Stains with spray gun. Spraying the stain could cause bubbles in the finish.
There is no need to use a primer is needed when using a wood stain. Wood stain is applied over bare wood. One coat of the Varathane Wood Stain should be sufficient, if needed a second coat can be applied and it will still show the wood grain.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gorgeous! This stain I use to make wood projects have a rustic look. A layer over any other Varathane Stain color results in a beautiful look to any crate, pallet or other wood project! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Look This is a nice stain. I used it on pallet wood, which varied in color, & it resulted in a whitewashed effect (I used a wire brush to thoroughly clean the wood beforehand, but did no other preparation). I actually ended up wiping off a good bit from the lighter boards because I wanted more of the wood grain to show through. On the darker pieces though, one coat was enough to make it look whitewashed. It all depends on the wood you’re using and how opaque you want it, but for many applications, this is truly a 1-coat stain. It’s easy to use, has lots of possibilities, and makes for a good finished product – definitely recommend! May 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Antique White Stain I loved this stain. Did exactly what I wanted it to do. I was going for a beach look and it was perfect. I now plan on doing my whole kitchen with this color. July 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No show! I chose the antique white and it never showed up. I kept putting layer upon layer and I even let it sit for five minutes, it never absorbed into the wood. June 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Whitewash Effect This stain is easy to apply and provides a great whitewash effect for a finish. I tested it out on a scrap of knotty pine I had lying around. You can very clearly see the grain patterns, but with a much more muted color. I was hoping for a bit more opaqueness though. You can see in my pictures that the wood isn't as white as shown on the stock images. Maybe a hardwood would take the stain a bit better. April 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! This white stain works great. I have always wondered how to get that "pickled" look on oak, and now I know! One thing I noticed is that when using on oak, a second coat really fills the pores and changes the appearance significantly (see the attached photos). On tighter grained wood like pine, a second coat just makes the color bolder. April 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great liming wax substitute too I like the varathane 3x wood stains. I have a few different colors. This product is of the same quality. Very easy to apply, 1 coat is all you need and it really does dry in an hour. To be able to stain and get your first coat of finish on something the same day is really nice. This is marketed toward people that like the distressed and reclaimed look, however proceed with caution. If you are going to use this on construction lumber (2x4's) it's not going to look good However if you use a dark gel stain first, seal that with dewaxed shellac, then apply this product, it will look nice. I got this to try it out for a project I had in mind. I like the look of limed oak. Oak that has been dyed dark but had a very light wax filled in the pores. I tested this on some scrap white oak and it did what I want. The surface was prepped with a smoothing plane, so very smooth. The white stain was a lot more present in the pores than over the whole piece as you can see below in the pictures. This great stuff, give it a shot. May 6, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Does not cover well Did not give me the coverage that I wanted out of a white stating that wanted to be a little less transparent and more body April 26, 2016
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