Seal-A-Cell

"I am very pleased to share with you all The Randall Rocker! The chair is made up of solid and bent wood laminations more than 170 pieces in all. For those who don't know, bent laminations are thinly sliced strips of wood. By making them thin they become pliable. They are then placed in a form with glue between layers and left overnight. Once cured the pieces are stronger than the original wood and very sturdy." - Fedor Woods   The Randall Rocker has been finished with General Finishes...

"Shadow box tables created for the men and women who serve.  I mixed Georgian Cherry Gel Stain and a little bit of Antique Walnut Gel Stain in a can of Seal-A-Cell. Seal-A-Cell helps control the penetration and dark spots." - Woodytrike Creations

These pieces were entered into the Wood Working category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

This coffee table was just too beautiful to refinish, so Stephanie of Rehab to Fab used GF's Seal-a-Cell to highlight all it's beauty.  This natural look is fantastic!  

Seal-a-Cell is n unusual combination of oils and urethanes. Seal-A-Cell Clear for decades has served craftsman as the best way to get that "natural" look on beautiful woods that aren't to be stained.

John Haling refinished this gorgeous walnut table top using 2 coats of General Finishes Seal-A-Cell and 2 coats Arm-R-Seal Top Coat. If you are interested in learning more about GF's Seal-A-Cell, click here: http://bit.ly/1Ck1Hxv

Stephen Massman shared this beautiful custom-built murphy bed in cherry and cherry plywood! He says, "Finished with Seal-a-Cell clear and Arm-R-Seal satin. This is my new favorite finish." Seal-A-Cell is best way to get the that "natural" look on beautiful woods that aren't to be stained. The oils penetrate deep within the wood to highlight the warm natural look and the urethane ensures a deep hardness. Follow with multiple coats of Arm-R-Seal Topcoat. Learn more about our oil-based products...

This lovely golden oak porch glider was refinished using High Performance Top Coat.

These two tree stumps were refinished using General Finishes Lamp Black Milk Paint over High Performance Gloss Top Coat.