Ash Gray

"This piece came to me as quite a mess... the wallpaper inside the hutch would have been a big hurdle on its own but include that with the 5 layers of paint underneath it, the random can lid that was permanently adhered inside the lower cabinet and the tacks on almost every shelf under all the paint. I didn't really know what I was getting into but I got into it pretty darn quick. It took over two weeks of sanding, peeling wallpaper, scraping chemicals off on repeat to get it to a point that...
Bright and vibrant cornhole board set   General Finishes Gel Stains: Black, Ash Gray mixed with Nutmeg, White, New Pine mixed with Mixol for the blue, Colonial Maple mixed with Mixol for the red.    
"When you and your family are all about maximizing your summer fun you get a set of boards that has a little bit of lake life and a little rzr action. If you want to see my process on how I stained this set check out my stories highlights . Thank you @cam.carrico for having me create this beautiful set for you guys! mixolusa (9,99,10) General Finishes Gel Stain (ash grey, Java, antique walnut, black) Burly Bags (impeccable mad stitching skillz)" - 208 Boards and Bags

This customer absolutely made my day when he let me know my craftsmanship was what led him to placing an order with me regardless of the price. Talk about the best compliment I could ever hear! General Finishes Ash Gray and Nutmeg Gel Stain

Top sanded down and applied Ash Gray Gel Stain. And for the body, gorgeous Seagull Gray Milk Paint. The top also got several coats of High Performance Topcoat to help it’s durability.

"This set may have been one of the most difficult in how many steps it took to create and how much time I spent on it, but I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out. I used General Finishes Gel Stains (Java, Ash Gray, American Oak) along with New Pine that was mixed with Mixol tints. Greens, blue, and violets got me to the perfect colors!" - Greg's Boards and More    
"Another custom set of cornhole boards for a couple where one is from Seattle and one is from San Francisco. I love the way this set came out and the bags by West Georgia Cornhole were perfect. I used General Finishes Gel Stains in Black, Ash Gray and of course New Pine that I mixed with Mixol tints to get just the right colors!" - Greg's Boards and More    

I stained the top with General Finishes Ash Grey and painted the body with House and Canvas Rich Navy. Topcoated with Varathane polyacrylic in Satin. The paint was so easy to apply and I may have found a trick for applying topcoat! Was also my first time trying General Finishes and will be getting more stains soon. The handles were Franklin Brass adjusta pull handles.

"The wood is brich. I used mineral spirit right before applying the gel stain. Applied 2 coats of Ash Gray Gel Stain with disposable shop cloths (the blue ones). Sealed with Gel Satin Topcoat. I am not a person who works in the renovation field. I am an elementary teacher from the suburb of Montreal Canada. I benefited from your educationnal videos on your YouTube channel. Thank you!" - Annie Larivee

"Solid maple wood buffet. This gorgeous buffet was not always quite this stunning. After a good cleaning and some elbow grease, I sanded the top down to the original wood and stained it in General Finishes Ash Gray Gel Stain. For the body, I chose General Finishes Alabaster, a beautiful mix of Antique White and Snow White. The hardware also got a fresh look in antique bronze. The edges were given a light distressing for that worn, antiqued effect." - Ray's Refurbishing    
Farm house style dining room table, solid oak.The top was sanded down to the bare wood and stained in General Finishes Ash Gray then given a few generous coats of High Performance Topcoat. The base was painted in GF’s Seagull Gray a very subtle pale gray, almost white in appearance.
When I first started refinishing, all I knew about stain is that it is watery and messy. I did research and came across a gel stain created by...
Beautiful dresser in a creamy white and General Finishes Ash Gray Gel Stain.     
Bombay Lift-Top Table finished in General Finishes Ash Gray Gel Stain     
Gorgeous desk in General Finishes Seagull Gray Milk Paint and Ash Gray Gel Stain.    
"Made with maple, ash, and white oak hardwood, this solid dresser/changing table will last through the years as the child grows up. Since it was made with real wood, the color can be changed to stay relevant with the times.   One big benefit of a custom piece of furniture is that it can be designed with dimensions to fit a particular space. This dresser was constructed a little taller than a normal three drawer dresser to make diaper changing a little easier for the parents, who both...
"I was trying to achieve the “Restoration Hardware” look. What do you think? This coffee table was sanded back to almost bare and then I applied General Finishes Gel Stain in Ash Gray. My first time using that color but will not be my last!" -     

I am drooling over these colors on this desk! Painted in Dixie BellAntebellum Blue, with light distressing. Top was stained in the beautiful Ash Gray gel stain from General Finishes

"Can’t we just keep this one!? This gorgeous table is a custom order for a client. It was stained using General Finishes Ash Gray Gel Stain!"    See  all General Finishes paint and stain colors at https://generalfinishes.com/all-colors
"We just finished up this absolutely gorgeous table for a client. We stripped this piece and stained it using General Finishes Ash Gray Gel Stain. These pictures don’t do this finish justice." - Belle Maison   Check out all GF stain and paint colors here: https://generalfinishes.com/all-colors

I also used General Finishes gel stain in Ash Gray for the top. I love love love this gray stain! Every other gray stain I’ve tried has gone on blue. This one actually went on a warm gray and neutralized the red orange mahogany. I will definitely be looking for more pieces to use this stain.

Soon to be shelves in Ash Gray Gel Stain

"Custom Ash table top with General Finishes Ash Gray Gel Stain and custom bench to fit in the corner. The clients had a great vision... table and banquette were custom built just for them and that space." 

Comparison of Carbon Gray and Ash Gray Gel Stain vs. Graystone and Graphite Water Based Wood Stain Vs. Driftwood Milk Paint 

"I'm really pleased with how this trunk came out. Our customer picked it out of our warehouse and wanted to keep the mid-century vibe with some wood showing. She picked the new General Finishes Carbon Gray Gel Stain & GF China Blue for the base.   Gray can be tricky for older woods. The top came out nicely, but the other areas struggled to take any stain - totally normal, as they probably weren't the same cut of wood. I used a mix of Fusion Mineral Paint Ash and Clear Glaze to tone...

"Woo! She’s finally done! This desk has been a long time coming considering it’s been at least 4 months since I bought it and at least 6 weeks since I started it. She may not have landed where I had envisioned but in the end I’m happy with how she turned out.I painted this piece up in Paint Couture Paint Company Angelic and General Finishes Ash Gray Gel Stain." 

"Farmhouse 3 Drawer Cedar Chest. This sweet Vintage Cavalier Cedar Chest of Drawers has been completely refinished using General Finishes new colors. The top has been stained in Ash Gray Gel Stain and the body, hand painted in Perfect Gray Milk Paint. Paired with new cast iron handles, the combination is simply irresistible." 

NEW Ash Gray Gel Stain

"I’m all over the map when it comes to style. Today is MCM. My eclectic style is why General Finishes works for me. It doesn’t lock me in to a look and is so reliable. When I approached this dresser I was sure it was laminate. As I started to sand it down, gorgeous wood was revealed. I lightly applied General Finishes new color, Ash Gray Gel Stain and sealed with General Finishes High Performance Topcoat."