Bartley Gel Stain Antique Pine 1/2 Pint
(as of Mar 05,2022 00:28:50 UTC – Details)
Bartley Gel Stains can be intermixed in any combination to create an almost infinite number of colors. The Bartley Gel Varnish can be mixed with the stains to make lighter colors.Even more beautiful tones can be achieved by staining with one color, allowing it to dry for six hours, and then overstaining with a different color. For example, using Brown or Dark Brown Mahogany for the first coat followed by Pennsylvania Cherry will result in reddish brown tones. Pennsylvania Cherry overstained with Jet Mahogany will create a rich Mahogany color. Because Gel Stains are semi-transparent, the overstaining creates a different look than had the same colors been mixed in a can and then applied. Overstaining has many possibilities.Although we recommend our Clear Gel Topcoat, Bartley Gel Stains can be topcoated with most other varnishes, polyurethanes, water base finishes, and lacquers, providing the stains have dried thoroughly. The Gel Varnish can be used to topcoat other stains. To be safe, test an area that will not be visible.
Bartley Gel Stains are multi-purpose and excellent for Staining Fiberglass Doors, Woodgraining, Antiquing, Glazing, and Sponging.
For a darker, richer tone, apply a second or third coat of stain (see color chart at right) to add significant depth and richness of color. Allow six hours between coats. In humid climates drying time will vary. One of the best features about Bartley stains is there is no sanding between coats. It couldn’t be easier!
VERY EASY TO USE