21st November 2019

sherwin-williams
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How long do you need to let wood stain dry?

Fast Drying without Sacrificing Varnish Clarity. While conventional stains recommend 18 to 24 hours drying time, Wood Classics® Interior Oil Stain can be recoated in just 2 hours. That means you can apply stain and two topcoats in a single day without sacrificing varnish clarity.

How long should polyurethane dry between coats?

Recoat within 2 hours. If unable to do so, wait a minimum of 72 hours, then lightly sand and recoat. Apply at least three coats on unfinished wood and two coats on surfaces already finished. After final coat, allow 24 hours before normal use.

How long does it take for the stain to dry?

8. allow the stain to dry completely. i have found that it takes about 48 hrs in the humidity that i live in, but if you are in a drier climate it may only take 24 hrs. also, make sure your piece can dry in a traffic and dust free area as it will be sticky and collect whatever floats its way!
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