Good General Finishes Gel Stain
The general finishes gel stain wood consists of covering the piece that has already been finished in the carpentry, with one or several substances that embellish and protect it. These protective substances or layers can be waxes, oils, natural or synthetic lacquers, varnishes or enamels. The finish usually highlights or highlights the natural beauty of the wood.
Revives the richness of vein, drawing or grain tones and removes the opaque appearance, even when the finish is matte. The general finishes gel stain cover the surface of the wood and prevent dirt and dust from getting into and accumulating inside your pores, changing its color over time. They also prevent any liquid from getting stained, while also facilitating its cleaning.
By sealing the surface of the wood, the moisture exchange between the piece and the environment is slowed, so that finished furniture swells and contracts less, reducing the risk of cracking and twisting. The general finishes gel stain also constitute a protective layer that prevents the wood from being mistreated by heat or friction and constant use of the furniture. Finally, the finishes can provide a uniform color to the furniture, when the pieces of which it is made have several shades, either by inking or whitening it.