Stained Garage Doors

maggier
maggier
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My husband wanted to replace our garage doors with wood doors, but the price was crazy. I used HTP to redo my kitchen a couple of years ago and ran across the gel stain products.
I figured it was worth a try. Prepped, de-glossed, and started the gel staining in Walnut. It took a couple of panels to get the hang of it, but once we got it we were a machine. I would mention that it ended up being a 100-degree day, which I would not recommend as the gel stain was starting to get tacky quickly by the end of the project.
He likes the way they turned out. The project isn't complete, he still needs to trim out the garage with wood to replace the worn metal trim that is currently there.
Contemplating a second coat.
garage_before_1

garage_after_1_1

Techniques Used
Brush & Remove
Materials Used
Qty
Walnut ALL-IN-ONE Stain for wood, leather and painted surfaces
3
8oz
Deglosser / Degreaser ( Surface Prep ), Heirloom Traditions All-In-One Paint
1
16oz Pint
Deglosser / Stain Syntec Brush, 2"
1
Total Cost: $70.95
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