Jel’d Stain is formulated for interior wood surfaces such as casework, doors, trim, paneling and cabinets. It matches the corresponding colors of Jel’d Stain 550 & 250 and Liqwid Stain 550 & 250. Jel’d Stain may be applied to bare or bleached wood. It is compatible with a variety of other Wood Kote products. Please refer to the Wood Kote Schedule of Product Compatibility and Recommended Dry Times. Jel’d Stain DOES NOT comply with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emission requirements for Architectural and Industrial Maintenance coatings (effective 13Sep99).
One application of Jel’d Stain will cover approximately 1250-1500 sq ft/gal (30,6-36,8 m2/L). Recoating is not recommended.
Composition & Properties-
Jel’d Stain is a fast-drying semitransparent pigment wood stain. It is intended for application without thinning. If thinning is desired, PolySolvent (mineral spirits) should be used or, if regulations require a VOC-exempt thinner, use AceThin (acetone).
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Posted by Brian on 29th Nov 2016
This is a great product. Our contractor used it to stain our doors when we did a remodel. It was so easy to use that I, a non-handy type of fellow, used it to stain the refinished paneling in my dining room. Turned out great. This is my third time ordering the product and I intend to personally stain three more barn doors.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Nov 2015
Received our order promptly and the gel stain is superior in ease of application.
Posted by bob on 21st Oct 2015
I used this stain(color) 20 years ago when we built the house. Refinishing new moulding for an addition and the new stain matches perfectly 20 years later.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Oct 2015
i used this product 19 yrs ago on my wood windows and fiberglass door. its just the best product with even application and control of it on the fiberglass door. i did learn that its best to not strip a fiberglass door. i rather light sand with a soft scotch brite pad and then reapply the stain. fiberglass is not easy to strip for me. its better to keep up on it every few years. product never disappoints me. plus it has a long shelf life if kept inside the house .
Posted by Unknown on 1st Jul 2015
Much better way to stain wood rather than those drippy liquid stains. Have used this product for many years with excellent results.
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jun 2015
Amazing! I had a can of the same stain that was at least 20 years old. I got to the middle of my project and discovered what was left wasn't going to be enough. With a little fear a new can wouldn't match, I had no choice. I ordered a can of the same color, and was absolutely blown away when I started using it. It matched as if it were out of the original can. Can't tell you how pleased I am, and so is my granddaughter, whose bed frame it was used on. Thank you!!!
Posted by Unknown on 22nd May 2015
I can not believe it!!
Posted by Gabe P on 14th Jan 2015
I'm not a professional woodworker, but I've used Jel'd Stain for over 15 years on the woodwork of my 1916 home that I've been refinishing. I blend blend 1 part walnut to 4 parts danish walnut and get the deepest, most beautiful stain. There isn't a dealer within 100 miles of me, so I have to order it at great expense, but it's worth it.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Nov 2013
I've used a lot of stains, this ranks up there, maybe the best. No drips , no hard rags,(used the same applicator rag next day), went on evenly, dried uniformly...I like it! Plus excellent service too , just like I like.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Jul 2013
We used the Fruitwood back in 1999 to refinish our hardwood floors to match the original oak woodwork in our 1900 home. Could no longer find it in stores so ordered on line as we are renovating our bathroom and need to touch up the floors throughout the house. So much easier to use than liquid and love the color!
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