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Minwax 22310 1/2 Pint Wood Finish Interior Wood Stain, Gunstock

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4.5 out of 5 stars 134 customer reviews
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  • Penetrates, stains, and seals
  • Penetrates deep into wood fibers to highlight the grain
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  • Penetrates, stains, and seals
  • Penetrates deep into wood fibers to highlight the grain
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Color:Gunstock

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An oil-based wood stain which provides long-lasting wood tone color. Wood finish penetrates the wood pores to help seal and protect the wood. For any unfinished wood surfaces. Penetrates, stains, and seals. Penetrates deep into wood fibers to highlight the grain.

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Minwax is America's leading brand of wood finishing and wood care products. From staining and protection, to preparation, maintenance, cleaning and repair, Minwax makes and keeps wood beautiful.


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By C. Moore on August 6, 2013
Color: Golden Oak Verified Purchase
I have a condo built in the 1980s, and like all of the 80s it was built completely from shoulder pads and golden oak. I had to add some corbels to support a new granite counter, as well as replace some of the oak plywood veneer to match the cabinets. I was able to get unfinished oak for both, but I worried about matching the finish. With this stuff I was in, out, and nobody got hurt. I wiped it on with an old t-shirt rag and used less than a third of the 8oz. can to do three 12x36 cabinet surfaces and two large korbels. I did a second coat on one cabinet face because it was in the kitchen and the other cabinets had aged more from either sunlight or grime, I don't know which. (Don't judge me. I TSPed them, but they were still darker yellow. If it was grime it was antique grime and therefore valuable.)
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Color: Special Walnut Verified Purchase
This color & this company are a fantastic combination. I have used both for many yrs. I was concerned when I recently visited Lowe's and Home Depot & could not find this shade. I have done many woodworking projects in 30+ years and thew grain never looks better than with this shade. Leave it on longer for a darker finish. I leave it on about 4-5 minutes (applying w a sponge brush) then wipe with a cotton rag. I'm so glad I found this on Amazon. The price is great too.
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Color: Special Walnut
I'm doing a few projects that involve finding old weathered lumber, sanding it, making things like apple crates, and staining it. Because I'm using old lumber, I want to keep a certain rustic feel to my projects. This stain does just the thing. It's dark, but not too dark. It seems to have some light cooler tones in the warmness, which helps with character. In the end, it turned out to be just what I was looking for.

For refernce, he was my technique.
I sanded with a hand sander (not orbital) with 100 grit to get rid of the grey part of the wood.
Then I hand sanded with 150 grit to remove some of the swirles from the hand sander.
I blew off the dust with a powerblower.
Then I stained with the grain with a brush. I didn't wipe anything off or use prestain (I wanted rustic, not perfect).
I let dry for 24 hours, then hand sanded with 220 git to get rid of the shine.
The result of this technique left me with a great color and nice showing grain.

The included photo is of this process. It's not the greatest photo since it's taken and edited on an iPad, but hopefully it gives you a nice idea.
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Color: Gunstock
Used the Gunstock gallon stain to refinish floors in house. Rented sander and sanded hardwood floor progressively 24, 40/60, 80 grit. Wiped the floor down with Minwax Prestain Conditioner - worked in sections. Using the Prestain gave much better uniform stain than one room where I did not use it. Did not let it let it stay on too long - so it wouldnt close the pores and make absorbtion of stain a problem. Stained wood with staining pads, wiping down as I went along. Stain is penetrating stain and goes on easy and looks good. However, here is the main rub - they say 24 hours for being fully dry - not sure what ideal conditions that it is - wait a minimum of 48 hrs longer if you left stain on top of wood before you put on second coat. Second coat goes on real nice and wood looks deep and rich however again wait at least 48 hours before you can consider putting polyurethane. Color comes out real nice and even in the long run. However, that means its going to take you 1 day for sanding, 4 days for two coats of stain, 2 days for polyurethane before you are done. There are faster drying stains out there that really dry in 24 hours and dry to touch in 8 hours (this stain is guaranteed to be tacky after 24 hrs its recommended drying time). For foolproof results may want to consider a gel stain.
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Color: Jacobean
I chose Minwax's Jacobean stain for a handrail in my basement I was refinishing. I brushed it on with a natural bristle brush and was pleased with the results after two coats, note: this stain is a rather dark brown, it looks even darker when wet but it lightens up as it dries and soaks in. I allowed for more than the recommended time between coats, I was in no hurry. After staining I finished off the piece with 3 coats of Minwax Polycrilic Semigloss (using of course a synthetic bristle brush for that product). This stain did everything I could reasonably expect of it for the low cost.
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Color: Red Oak
I now use this product to refinish my deck after a number of disastrous tries using expensive latex/water-borne stains. Here is an inexpensive method that works by solving the COLOR and PROTECTION issues separately and at low cost and effort.

First of all there is no need to power-wash, PH-condition, clean, or strip your deck. If there is a lot of loose, peeling stain or paint, scrub-brush it with TSP or mild detergent in warm water, then rinse well and let dry completely. It may continue to peel, but touch ups are easy.

Now, find the Minwax oil stain that is closest on the color chart to your existing color. It need not be exact. The Minwax stain will penetrate the old stain/paint and even out the colors.

COLOR: Mix Minwax oil based stain with Thompson's CLEAR multi-surface or wood sealer from 1 Minwax to 6 to 12 Thompson's. Experiment with the ratio to get it a bit darker than your old blotchy stain or paint, if that is what you are working with. Then apply with a rag (wearing protective gloves). Use as much product as will soak in, but wipe up any excess as you go. This gives your deck the color you want, and protects the wood for one year. I ball up the rag (a square foot piece of an old undershirt works well) and submerge it partially to soak enough into the rag for a generous application. It will soak in deeply, then pool. Soak up the excess back into the rag and keep pushing along, working one long board at a time. I like using a rag on relatively smooth boards because it allows more control and uniform results. A brush works well too, especially on rough boards. This product is too thin, however, to use a roller. A sprayer works, but a follow-up brushing is still necessary.
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