|Container Size||8 Ounce||Coverage Area (sq. ft.)||50|
|Application||Cabinet & Countertop||Application Method||Brush, Pad, Roller, Wipe On|
|Base Material||Oil Based||Color Family||Black|
|Color/Finish||Ebony/black||Dry to Touch (min.)||480|
|Interior/Exterior||Interior||Number of coats recommended||2|
|Number per Package||1||Paint/Stain Clean Up||Mineral Spirits|
|Paint/Stain Features||Splatter Resistant||Product Form||Gel|
|Returnable||90-Day||Substrate Condition||Bare Wood, Finished Wood, Unfinished Wood|
|Surface Material Use||Wood||Time before recoating (hours)||24|
|Transparency||Semi-Transparent||Vertical/Horizontal||Vertical / Horizontal|
|Wood Effects||No Additional Effect|
A: Michael - Yes, you can put Waterlox over our oil-based stain. You must make sure the stain is 100% dry or you risk the stain being removed. ~ Hardwood Reflections
A: Kimbo - You can check out our Hardwood Reflections butcher block shelves at HomeDepot.com. Once these are sealed, they are water resistant and safe for cats to hang out on! ~ Hardwood Reflections
A: You'll just want to sand off the previous finish and you're good to go! Thank you for your interest!
A: We mixed Grey with Walnut - gives an interesting complexity and depth to the staining. In certain light or angles, the grey hues can be seen in the grain pattern - very subtle, but very cool.
A: We have not done this ourselves, so we can't speak to the results. But, cheers to the creativity!