DIY: How to Transform Furniture using Black Minwax Gel Stain and Polycrylic - this is a beautiful piece! - via Create Inspire - Antique Buffet in Black

DIY: How to Transform Furniture using Black Minwax Gel Stain and Polycrylic - this is a beautiful piece! - via Create Inspire - Antique Buffet in Black

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Gave my builder grade cabinets some character with Minwax Gel Stain in walnut. Just brushed it on and wiped it off. So cheap, so easy, and I'm IN love with the results. #DIY #KitchenUpdate #BuilderGradetoBeautiful #MakeThisNewHouseHaveCharm

Gave my builder grade cabinets some character with Minwax Gel Stain in walnut. Just brushed it on and wiped it off. So cheap, so easy, and I'm IN love with the results. #DIY #KitchenUpdate #BuilderGradetoBeautiful #MakeThisNewHouseHaveCharm

How to use Minwax Gel Stain to upgrade your interior wooden doors #DIY #homeimprovement | crab+fish

How to use Minwax Gel Stain to upgrade your interior wooden doors #DIY #homeimprovement | crab+fish

How To Refinish Your Front Door Using Minwax Gel stain  {Texas Mom Who Loves Curb Finds}

How To Refinish Your Front Door Using Minwax Gel stain {Texas Mom Who Loves Curb Finds}

Mid century Elm dresser refinished with Minwax Gel Stain, Walnut.

Mid century Elm dresser refinished with Minwax Gel Stain, Walnut.

Minwax stains (one coat) on pine plywood from left to right-special walnut, early American, provincial, chestnut (gel), aged oak (gel) and cherrywood (gel).

Minwax stains (one coat) on pine plywood from left to right-special walnut, early American, provincial, chestnut (gel), aged oak (gel) and cherrywood (gel).

This table was sanded first and then stainned with with Minwax Gel Stain in Walnut and Wipe on Poly from General Finishes

This table was sanded first and then stainned with with Minwax Gel Stain in Walnut and Wipe on Poly from General Finishes

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