How To Use Stain & Finishing Oil Over Fusion Mineral Paint

Using Stain & Finishing Oil over Fusion Mineral Paint will give you a wonderful finish on painted furniture pieces!  Let Barbara demonstrate the entire process in this fun tutorial!

In today’s tutorial, Barbara takes you through the process of adding Fusion’s Stain & Finishing Oil to a table top that was transformed using Fusion Mineral Paint.  You will see that adding Stain & Finishing Oil warms up table’s color and adds a protective top coat.  Let’s take a look at the supplies used to accomplish this look:

Stain & Finishing Oil

 

Fusion’s Stain & Finishing Oil Tutorial Supplies List ~

Applicator Pads – Pack of 2

Stain & Finishing Oil in Driftwood

Sterling – Fusion Mineral Paint color used for tabletop

Ash – Fusion Mineral Paint color used for table legs

Watch Barbara’s full Stain & Finishing Oil tutorial below ~

Fun Facts: Fusion’s Stain & Finishing Oil adds color and seals your piece all at the same time!

The natural oils and resins in the product penetrate into the wood fibers to create a durable, scratch resistant, waterproof finish.  You will find that Stain & Finishing Oil is the perfect finishing product for heavy traffic surfaces like tabletops!

Did you know that there is a library of helpful video tutorials on our Facebook page?  Click HERE to jump over there for a look!!  We hope all of the tutorials will provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to complete your next furniture makeover project!

You may also be interested in these Fusion Mineral Paint Tutorials as well ~

Furniture Painting 101

Waxing 101

Hugs,
Barbara

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Comments

  1. On the stain and finishing oil; would u use it on bathroom cabinets painted Ash, if so what color of stain should I use..

    • Barbara Bussey says

      I have never used any finishing oil other than the clear, over Ash. Ash is such a beautiful dark grey. I also love Fusion’s Beeswax, over Ash. Easier to apply than Stain and finishing oil, in my opinion.

    • Barbara Bussey says

      SO sorry for my slow reply! If you haven’t already tackle this project, I would use the natural stain and finishing oil. I apply and remove with circular motions, using an applicator pad. If you want a second coat for extra protection, wait a day before adding a second coat.

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