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Zar stains easily wipe on like furniture polish, leaving a rich, uniform color with no lap marks or streaks.
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ZAR® Oil-Based Wood Stain, 119 Mocha, Quart
ZAR® Oil-Based Wood Stain, 119 Mocha, Quart Item #: 53941
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ZAR® Oil-Based Wood Stain, 119 Mocha

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ZAR® Oil-Based Wood Stain, 119 Mocha

ZAR® Oil-Based Wood Stains are easy to apply, and feature controlled penetration for rich, even tone. Choose from a wide selection of stain colors, all of which work great for interior surfaces such as cabinets, floors, paneling, antiques, doors, wood trim and furniture. Since it's applied with a soft cloth, there is no risk of lap marks or streaking. ZAR Wood Stain can be applied to all varieties of unfinished wood and to many types of previously finished, painted or varnished surfaces to achieve a wood grain effect. Try using the stains with the ZAR Wood Graining Tool (#50397, sold separately) to make fiberglass, steel or composite doors look like wood. Tintable. Will not adhere to shellac or lacquer—these should be removed before staining.

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(1) Can of ZAR® Oil-Based Wood Stain
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Brand Zar
Weight 2.3600
Tech Spec
  • Clean-Up: Paint Thinner or Mineral Spirits
  • Spread Rate: 3200 Sq. Ft./Gallon
Technical Documents
Dry Time 3 hrs
Size 1/2 Pint, Quart
Species Mocha
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Should I use a pre stain with this stain?
Clara N on Oct 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Ii stained with no conditioner/pre stain on clear alder wood cabinets and they look amazing! Best mocha/brown stain that I’ve ever used. I added a touch of stain to the final lacquer coat to insure even conetsge.
I want to refinish my piano. A cabinet maker told me that it was best to use wood oil because it penetrated best. I am confused - wood oil, water based stain, or gel??? I want to finish off with tung oil
charlotte s on Mar 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have used wood oil based stain on several projects. I like to finish with something other than tung oil because you have to go back every so often and put more tung oil on the item. But the tung oil will go over the oil based stain with no problem.
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