This one-step, brush on, tough protective coating provides a durable, rich, satin finish – perfect for heavily used interior surfaces.

It is ideal for areas that are washed frequently – table tops, bathroom vanities, even floors!

This hard-wearing, maintenance-free interior finish enhances the beauty of natural wood while resisting water, food stains, alcohol, grease, and detergents.

Available in 4 light tints:

  • Double Espresso
  • Black
  • Greystone
  • Patina (Clear)

Quick Facts

  • Use a natural bristle brush or a roller to apply, and DO NOT wipe back.
  • Dries to the touch in 8 hours and can be re-coated at that time
  • Has a thicker gel like consistency – each color varies.
  • Long open time and Self Leveling.
  • Comes in Quart size only in 4 different colors.
  • 1 Coat looks like a stain. Subsequent coats get more opaque.
  • Satin Finish.


  • Laminate, Lacquered, previously painted or coated surfaces.
  • Damaged or Scratched surfaces
  • Almost a no prep product- just clean and remove any wax or grease. No sanding or de-glossing required to apply this.
  • Extremely durable. Excellent for Flooring and heavy use kitchen table tops etc.
  • Works on Bare Wood surfaces for a beautiful satin finish. If applying to brand new raw wood, the first coating should be thinned by 20% by using 1 part mineral spirits and 4 parts gel stain (dry time will be much shorter on this initial coat).


  • Gel Stain is Oil Based
  • Mineral Spirits for clean up
  • Dries to the touch in 8 hours
  • Cures in 5 Days

Should I use Stain & Finishing Oil, or Gel Stain?

If you have a raw wood that has an even surface and lovely grain, we would lean towards using our Stain and Finishing Oil. If you have a sealed, varnished, lacquered or painted wood surface, or a surface that is damaged or scratched we would lean towards the Gel Stain.

It sticks and adheres like nobody’s business!

The finish is very durable and easily washable.  It is also very forgiving with what it adheres to.  If you had a battered, worn down surface that has multiple substrates (stubborn layers of paint) this is an ideal product.

Gel Stain is also great if you are trying to camouflage any damage to a piece.



Visit FusionMineralPaint.com for more information.