Varathane Premium Fast Dry Wood Stains are high performance stains enhanced with nano pigments and soy oil for exceptional color clarity. This innovative formula creates rich, one coat coverage with a one hour dry time. Fast dry wood stains seals pores and dries just in an hour. This nano pigment innovative formula is made for interior projects. It can be used for furniture, cabinets, doors and trims.
Features of Fast Dry Wood Stain
Get the desire color in single coat.
Wood Conditioner is not necessary.
Economical to use as serve 225-275 square feet of coverage in a liter only.
Available in unique colors for wood beautification.
NOTE: This product is not recommended to use for exterior surface.
Properties of Varathane Premium Fast Dry Wood Stains
Urethane Modified Alkyd
236 ml and 946 ml
Volatile Organic Compounds
500-550 g/l (4.2-4.6 lbs./gal.)
Recommended Dry Film Thickness (DFT) Per Coat
1.5-2.0 mils (37.5-50µ)
Wet Film to Achieve DFT (unthinned material)
5.0-6.5 mils (125-162.5µ)
Dry Times at 70-80°F (21-27°C) and 50% RH
1 hour to Touch 1 hour to Re-coat 24 hours to Full Care 3 days to Normal Use
How to Apply Rust-Oleum Varathane Premium Fast Dry Wood Stains?
Remove any existing finishes with sandpaper or paint stripper. Prepare bare wood for staining by sanding in the direction of the grain. Begin with 120 grit sandpaper and progress though 150, 180 and 220 grits. Before staining, remove all sanding dust and dirt with a vacuum and grease or glue with a clean rag dampened with mineral spirits.
Apply when temperatures are between 60-90°F (16-38°C) and the relative humidity is below 85%. Allow longer dry times for damp, humid days. Use adequate ventilation at all times. Use full strength. Do not dilute. Stir or shake the container thoroughly before and occasionally during use.
Apply a test sample on a small inconspicuous area before proceeding with the entire job. Apply one coat of stain liberally with a good quality brush or clean lint free rag. Allow to penetrate for 5-10 minutes then remove excess by wiping with a rag in the direction of the grain. Removal of all excess material is essential to ensure proper dry time and proper adhesion of topcoat.