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el stains should be a part of your 'finishing arsenal, whether you're a first-time finisher or an experienced pro. Gel stains don't need ro be stirred and won't splash or drip, so they're easy to apply. Gel stains don't soak deeply into die wood, the way traditional liquid oil stains do. Instead, they soak in very litde, drying on the wood's surface to form an even layer of color, like translucent paint.

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Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

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