DIY Gel Stain Cabinets (No heavy sanding or stripping
How to use gel stain: maintain wood grain and update a bathroom with orange oak into a modern, sleek space with no stripping or sanding!
How to Gel Stain Cabinets
How to Stain with Gel Stain Over an Existing Finish [without stripping
I shared the makeover of a Mid Century Modern Credenza last week where I used General Finishes...
Gray Gel Stained Cabinet
Restyle Junkie of Phoenix, AZ gives us a great visual of GF's Gray Gel Stain! Restyle Junkie says, "Ever wonder what General Finishes Gray Gel Stain looks like? This is only one coat over a honey oak graham cracker cabinet. It needs another coat, but it's already pretty."
Gel stain that has the most "finishing feel" of all our products. Woodworkers love the lustrous finish that shows up when rubbing out the 2nd and 3rd coats. Gel Stains are formulated with a combinatio
How To Apply Gel Stain - very easy tutorial. This is an awesome before & after!
General Finishes Gel Stain Tutorial - Cheap Cabinet Refinishing
Here's what you need to know before you start a gel stain project! Check out the tutorial with 11 simple steps for the perfect gel stain finish on kitchen cabinets! I did the kitchen and bathroom cabinetry with general finishes gel stain in antique walnut.. check out the before and after pictures on my blog as well as the full tutorial!
Gel Stain - General Finishes - Java
A gradual transition of a dramatic update: Honey Oak cabinets covered over with General Finishes Java Gel Stain.
Gel Stain Sample Boards
General Finsihes Gel Stains - top to bottom, left to right Antique Walnut, Brown Mahogany, Java Gray, Black, Candlelite The right side of each board is one coat wiped back, the left side is multiple coats for a more opaque look.