|Manufacturer||Paint Sundries Solutions|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.25 x 4.25 x 4.88 inches|
|Item model number||61370444|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Minwax 61370444 PolyShades - Stain & Polyurethane in 1 Step, quart, Classic Oak, Satin
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- It can also be used over polyurethane finishes, so you can change the Color of your finished wood, without removing the existing finish
- To learn how polyshades can help you easily change the Color of your stained or polyurethane finished wood, view the polyshades Color transformation guide
- Minwax polyshades is also available in an aerosol can
- Cleans up with mineral spirits
- For use on interior wood surfaces
- Great color options to choose from
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Minwax Wood Finish
Minwax is one of the leading brands of interior wood stains in the United States.
Enhances wood grain by combining beautiful rich stain color and long-lasting polyurethane protection in one easy step.
- It can also be used over polyurethane finishes, so you can change the color of your finished wood, without removing the existing finish.
- Available in Satin or Gloss Finish
- Minwax PolyShades is also available in an aerosol can.
How to Apply PolyShades
- Stir PolyShades thoroughly, using a clean stirring stick. Gently repeat the stirring every 10 minutes to assure that the color remains evenly distributed throughout the polyurethane.
- Using a high-quality, tapered natural bristle brush, dip only ½ to ¾ of an inch of the bristles into PolyShades.
- Work quickly as you apply PolyShades the length of each board in smooth, even strokes. Use the tip of your brush to gently smooth out the finish. Always apply PolyShades moving your brush back and forth in the direction of the wood grain.
- As you return to the board with a freshly dipped brush, start brushing a few inches beyond where you left off, and then carefully blend the new PolyShades back into the PolyShades you previously applied. Doing so will help eliminate 'lap marks.'
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|Item Dimensions||4.25 x 4.25 x 4.88 inches||2.87 x 3.00 x 2.87 inches||4.25 x 0.38 x 9.50 inches||3.00 x 3.25 x 3.00 inches||2.88 x 2.88 x 2.88 inches||4.25 x 4.25 x 4.89 inches|
Provides a beautiful stain color and tough polyurethane protection in one easy step.Protect your floors with Minwax Polyshades Satin Stain. This one-step stain and finish provides rich wood color and durable polyurethane protection. Stain and polyurethane in 1 step Rich color Durable protection
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Provides a beautiful stain color and tough polyurethane protection in one easy step.
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Next time I'll just buy separate stain and polyurethane and just do it the old way.
I really recommend you use wood conditioner because different types of wood have different types of pores and absorb wood stain very differently or you'll find out the hard way like the negative reviewers here. I used only half container of a $5 smallest wood conditioner I picked up from Walmart. I attached some before and after pics. It feels good to create something with your bare hands.
Due to a combination of a high-quality product and luck, this stain is a near perfect match for my cabinets. I used four coats on unstained portions of wood when I installed new toilet paper holders, applying only one or 2 coats per day to allow adequate drying time. Now that it's finished, I can't tell where the new stain and original stain begin and end. I continue to pull the stain out whenever I find scuffs or gouges in the wood, and the finish is always excellent. The stain was used to touch up scuffs on the cabinet door edges in the attached picture (before I installed the knobs).
I did seal my project with an extra coat of poly. It's unnecessary, but it made my project a big glossier - which was simply my preference.