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Combines the deep tones of an oil-based stain with the low odor, fast drying and easy clean-up of a water-based stain.

ZAR® Ultra Max Oil-Modified Wood Stain, 195 Wheat, Quart

Item #
56569

ZAR® Ultra Max Interior Wood Stains feature Core/Shell Drying Technology for the deep tones of an oil-based stain with the low odor, fast drying and easy clean-up of a water-based stain. The Advanced Green Phase Resin Dispersion utilizes environmentally friendly resins that result in a VOC compliant family of stains. They wipe on like furniture polish, and feature controlled penetration for rich, even tone. Applied with a soft cloth, there is no risk of lap marks or streaking. They 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. Will not adhere to shellac or lacquer—these should be removed before staining.


Features:
  • Top coat with any formula of ZAR® polyurethane for lasting beauty and protection
  • Ideal for furniture, hardwood floors, woodwork and wood, metal or fiberglass doors
  • No conditioner needed
  • VOC compliant
  • Tintable
(1) Can of ZAR® Ultra Max Oil-Modified Wood Stain
More Information
Brand Zar
Manufacturer Part Number 195 12
Weight 2.4000
Tech Spec
  • Clean-Up: Soap and Water
  • Spread Rate: 1600 Sq. Ft./Gallon
Technical Documents
Dry Time 3 hrs
Size Quart
Species Wheat
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This was a color discontinued by another manufacturer. I really like the color of this stain on my projects.
Mark M on Dec 5, 2015
This was a color discontinued by another manufacturer. I really like the color of this stain on my projects.
Mark M on Dec 5, 2015
Can I use Shellac for a top cop or finish coat over the Zar Ultre Max Wheat stain?
Thomas L on Feb 20, 2018