"Wanted to share a picture of this set of double doors. They are about 7 ft. tall by 6ft. wide, and feature mahogany, walnut, cherry, maple, and white oak. No dyes or stains used in this piece! It was GF Exterior 450 Topcoat only. These are actually the natural colors of the wood! Since I discovered your Exterior 450, it is all I use to finish my pieces now! Check out more cool stuff like this at www.heartsongwoodwork.com
"Church pew before and after. Red oak returned to the classic golden brown satin tone it once had many years ago." - Joshua of Brackett and Co.
This astounding before and after was completed with GF Exterior 450 Topcoat in Satin which was pigmented with GF Amber Dye Stain.
Bob Bordelon stunned us with this lovely staining project! He mixed Black Walnut and Coffee Bean Exterior 450 water-based Wood Stains to create this rich, dark color. He sealed them with Exterior 450 in Semi-Gloss as well.
"It's 5 o'clock somewhere. Here is our new porch bar built out of ash. It is completed in GF Antique White mixed with a touch of Queenstown Gray. The top is done in GF Oil Spiced Walnut and the whole piece including the stools are top coated with GF Exterior 450 in semi gloss." - Pops Restorations
"My first time to use GF products outdoors. I just love the newly painted door on my boat house. I painted it Brick Red and then glazed it with Van Dyke Brown. To protect it, I topped it with Exterior 450. The pop of color is perfect!" - Kim of Seitz Antiques & Collectibles
So much sanding!! Over 20 2ft Rosewood planks for an exterior walkway we are building! I probably should've dropped these off to be drum sanded but I really hate waiting. The front one is a test with first coat of General Finishes Exterior 450.
Mike Shipp blew us away with this entranceway remodeling! He used a a combination of Green, Pewter and Ebony Water Based Dye Stains. He then finished this amazing project with Exterior 450 Topcoat.
Studio Paint Design refurnished this outdoor table set in Antique White Milk Paint. After three good coats and distressing, they then applied Exterior 450.
Bob Bordelon refinished this beautiful 100 year old cypress door using GF's Exterior 450 Coffee Bean Stain and Exterior 450 Top Coat.
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Edmund Haremski refinished this lovely planter sitting nicely in front of Rockler buffalo. The panels are a mix of General Finishes Federal Blue and Lamp Black Milk Paint and the frame is western red cedar. Everything got 3 coats of GF's Exterior 450 Top Coat!
Designed for exterior wood applications, Exterior 450 outdoor varnish provides your wood with a tough, protective finish that will withstand the rigors of the sun, rain, and wind.
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Gorgeous farmhouse table by GF's very own - and very talented - Tom Monahan! Tom custom built this beauty from rustic red and white oak that the elusive George had cut down and rough sawn, then he finished the piece with Outdoor Oil and Satin Wax. He dubbed it the "Lannister" (for all you Game of Thrones fans out there!) because the table is wicked awesome.
Simpatica_ shared this fantastic front door face lift. "General Finishes Millstone and Basil Milk Paint used to refresh this front door area in Kingsbarns, Scotland. Looks lovely and even the painter was impressed with the coverage and overall performance of this paint. And we stock it in the shop!"
Make a bold statement with a colorful front door restyle! Ginger Watkins upped her home's curb appeal with Lamp Black and Sunglow Milk Paints, sealed with Exterior 450 Top Coat in Semigloss for maximum protection against the elements. Learn more about General Finishes exterior products here: http://bit.ly/Unpd8m
Here's a great tutorial from Artsy Chicks Rule for building a "Simple DIY Outdoor Bench" with recycled wood, http://www.artsychicksrule.com/…/simple-diy-outdoor-bench.h…. The bench was painted with GF Lamp Black Milk Paint and looks fantastic!
Jen's Furniture Rehab is ready for spring!"Now this was a fun project!! It took two days and myself and two helpers to remove every bit of the stuffing and about 5 million staples from this chair!! I would refer whoever upholstered this chair to everyone!! Once it was naked, I covered it in General Finishes Sunglow Milk Paint, and since it's rated for outdoor use, I skipped the sealer! By the end of the summer, I hope to see it fully engulfed in a different kind of floral beauty!!"
Vintage Appeal of Prairieville, LA refinished these outdoor chairs with GF Exterior 450 Water Based Wood Stain in Coffee Bean. Vintage Appeal says, "The color is perfect!!" These chairs are fantastic! They look like the perfect place to sit and relax!
As the weather turns cooler, enjoy that last bit of summer sunshine in Wisconsin with some classy outdoor furniture! Chris Adams of General Finishes restyled this gorgeous patio set using a custom mix of Queenstown Gray and Driftwood Milk Paints, topped off with Exterior 450 Satin.
Just in time to relax and watch the leaves fall! This beautiful bench was refinished by George Adams of General Finishes using a 50/50 custom mix of Holiday and Brick Red Milk Paints, sealed with Exterior 450 in Satin.
Restored By Rachel brightened up this outdoor bench with a fresh coat of General Finishes Somerset Gold Milk Paint. Looks great!
Larry of Pop's Restoration rescued this old rocking chair with Brick Red Milk Paint and Exterior 450 Topcoat in Satin! See more of Larry's work at www.popsrestorations.com
Thomas Parker of Parker Custom Woodworking restored and brought an old sleigh back to life for this coming winter season! He used General Finishes Milk Paint in Lamp Black and General Finishes Exterior 450 in Semi-Gloss to withstand the rigors of the sun, rain, wind, and snow. He tells us, "that was the most satisfying project I ever did!" The sleigh will be in the Ionia, MI parade.