DuraSeal® Quick Dry Stain


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DuraSeal® Quick Coat Penetrating Finish is a semi-transparent stain formulated to seal, color and provide exceptional durability when used on bare wood and masonry surfaces. This rich blend of oil and resin gives hardwood floors a soft, satiny sheen. Its unique formulation provides a surface that can be topcoated in two hours. DuraSeal® Quick Coat Penetrating Finish is available in existing DuraSeal® colors as well as many Certified Minwax®colors. It can be used with or without a finish coat, and is compatible with all DuraSeal® water-borne and oil-modified finish systems.


  1. Properly prepare floor according to NWFA specifications. Use a No.100 grit screen for the final screening cut.
  2. Remove all dust with a vacuum and tack surface with a clean cloth moistened with mineral spirits.


  1. Shake material thoroughly before and occasionally during use. Apply to a small test area before proceeding with the entire job to ensure desired color. If desired, DuraSeal® Quick Coat Penetrating Finish #110 Neutral can be used to lighten any standard DuraSeal® wood tone.
  2. Apply the first coat of DuraSeal® Quick Coat Penetrating Finish liberally with a brush, lambswool applicator or cloth at approximately 500 square feet per gallon.
  3. Allow to penetrate for 5-8 minutes, then remove excess by wiping with rags or by buffing with #2 steel wool. Removal of all excess material is essential to ensure proper dry time and adhesion of the finish coat.
  4. If desired, apply a thin second coat at a coverage rate of approximately 800 square feet per gallon. Allow to penetrate and remove excess material in the same manner as the first coat (step 3 above).
  5. Allow the final coat to dry at least 2 hours and apply a DuraSeal® finish coat of your choice.


Place rags, steel wool and other waste immediately after use in a sealed, water-filled metal container. See cautionary statement


Approximately 2-3 hours. Note: Dry time is based on conditions of 77° and 50% relative humidity.


First coat - approximately 500 square feet per gallon. Optional second coat - approximately 800 sq.ft. per gallon.

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