This Mid-Century piece was a disaster when we found it all alone, abandoned on the side of the road. Lucky for this piece, we saw that it had potential! We sanded off all of the old finish, then applied Merlot dye stain. It looked even better than we imagined! The dye stain really made the wood grain pop. We topped off the finish with three coats of High performance Semi-Gloss. This piece was totally revived thanks to a little elbow grease and the amazing products of General Finishes.
Can't get enough of this custom handmade original by Just Chic! That amazing color was achieved with General Finishes Water Based Dye Stains in Merlot, Cinnamon, Vintage Cherry, Ebony and Amber.
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Hand crafted coffee table finished with General Finishes Merlot Dye Stain.
The top and crown are Medium Brown Dye Stain with Burnt Umber RTM (Ready to Match) stain wiped over. The cases are a mixture of Holiday Red Milk Paint, Empire Red and Merlot Dye then glazed with black stain.
Got Wood? Workshop cleverly created these colorful, shabby chic wall decor arrows! After custom-building these neat pieces, GotWood burns the edges and finishes with them GF water-based Dye Stains such as Merlot, Green and Blue! So cool!
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"Love your dye stains. Used Merlot and Dark Brown to refinish this 95 year old shotgun to make the stock look aged/faded."
"Red stained lily table. General Finishes Merlot Dye. Also used Ebony Dye as a wash on the existing finish on the base of the table for a richer look." - M&M Embellishments
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