• Minwax 63482000 Wood Finish Stain Marker, Provincial
Minwax 63482000 Wood Finish Stain Marker, Provincial

Minwax 63482000 Wood Finish Stain Marker, Provincial

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  • This product adds a great value
  • Ideal for use on furniture, molding, cabinets and more
  • Provincial
  • Easy touch-up for common nicks and scratches
  • Ideal for use on furniture, molding, cabinets and more.
  • Fast drying
  • Easy and quick

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Works like a charm! We moved into a new home and as much as I try to baby our brand new hardwood floors, I have noticed small nicks and scratches caused by our active toddlers. I use this pen and they look good as new! I recently decided to order a second pen for our dining room table. We have a very unique table that was hewn from a reclaimed boat. The wood grain and color is kind of unusual and I wasn't sure if one of these pens would be close enough to cover some dings, again caused by two active kids :) I am ecstatic at the result! I highly recommend these pens. The trick is to apply the liquid to the mark you want to cover, and then immediately use your finger or a paper towel to go back over the same spot to remove any excess stain. If you do not do this, you will have a visible line where you applied the stain which basically highlights the imperfection. 5Easy Peasy I love these stain markers. They are real wood stain not a water based marker close to the color of wood or a wax crayon you have to polish in to the wood. My kitty gets the am and pm crazies some days she jumps up the door trim and slides down it with claws out. Once a week I just go around with this stain marker to clean up the scratch marks. I just stain the scratches and wipe off the excess. I rent so this has been a great item especially since all the doors and trim is an unvarnished dark walnut from the 1970's. I have bought other colors of these stain pens to use for crafts and such. 5Scratches gone on my Espresso colored floors! This works amazingly! We had a very large scratch from a heavy table being moved back into place. My flooring guy recommended this ebony colored touch up pen for our espresso colored hardwood floors. I shook the pen very well and on paper used it a bit to get a feel for it. I then markered on top of the large scratch. I let it sit for about 5-10 mins then with a paper towel wiped it off. Magic! I couldn't even find the large scratch! Wish I had took a before and after pic! 5Huh, it works! Put me in the "what a miracle" category. I ended up with a ukulele with some scratches on the fretboard, nasty ones, and after using this product in one area you can't even tell they were there and in another where the scratches are deeper you can tell if you know they are there but not otherwise. Basically getting the color right is most of the battle but it's not a wood filler so don't expect that last couple percent of perfection if the scratch is deep enough. All in all, money well spent.Like any kind of stain you want to put some on, give it a minute to soak in, wipe off the excess, and reapply if it's not dark enough yet. Might take a couple of minutes but with this applicator it's very no muss no fuss. 5Great Product for Scratches Beyond the Finish layer I used this product to cover up some scratches in my espresso colored furniture. This was the closest match I could find. This product acts more like a stain than a marker (which I believe it is a stain). That is to say that if you have a deep scratch on your furniture, beyond the protective layer and into the wood - it will do great in re-staining the wood. However, if you have many surface scratches/scuffs that do not go beyond the finish, this stain marker will not successfully re-color these types of scratches/scuffs. For surface scratches/scuffs i preferred the Millerr marker. 4Did the job I can't attest to longevity but it worked great right now on my wood table that my toddler son bit. I purchased dark walnut which is very dark but I wiped excess of with paper towel to reduce color. The after photo is actually better in person. 5Much better than wax crayons The area I was trying to fix was the top surface of my dining room table, a spot about the size of a silver dollar. I had accidentally left a glade plug-in air freshener on the table, it leaked and ate through the finish on my table. Long story short, I called several professional furniture repair shops and they all wanted to refinish the entire table instead of just attempting to fix the spot, at a price that was just not worth it for the price I paid for the table. My first attempt at fixing the spot myself involved some wax furniture crayons. Those were horrible, color didn't match well enough, and they of course left a waxy finish just like a Crayola crayon. I sanded off this attempt and in my second attempt, I used this Minwax stain marker. The marker did the job, or at least did the job well enough for my amateur fix for an amateur price. The wood actually appeared to absorb the stain from the marker, as opposed to the wax crayons just leaving a wax residue. The spot is by no means well-blended... the best way to describe it is that it looks like a knot in the wood except that there are no other knots in my table! But the color was a spot-on match, it's just that the blending and finish don't look like what I imagine a professional furniture repair person could do. But I chalk that up to user error, not a problem with the marker itself. The smaller your repaired spot is, the less noticeable it will be after using this stain marker. 4Amazing! I am so amazingly impressed. It was easy to use and worked perfectly. I wish I had more scratches in the floor so I could make them disappear. I've bored all of my family and friends sending before and after pictures. After today I think I'm going to get a tattoo of this stain marker. 5Excellent Product After our attic fire, some of our furniture had dings in it from when the firemen moved it out of the way. Trust me, I'm not complaining, because they saved my house and almost all of my stuff. But I did want to fix the dings so the furniture wouldn't look so bad, and this did it. It's not really a marker; rather, the barrel is filled with stain, and there's a felt tip that absorbs some stain to release onto your ding when you press down on the marker. It's a very good match to my reddish furniture (I bought the red oak color) and makes the dings virtually invisible, especially after the furniture is polished. I'm thinking of buying one in walnut as well, for my dark furniture. 5What a great friend I have!!!! I finally found something that works on a stain on my wood furniture. I've had a stain for years on my TV stand and no matter what I tried, I couldn't get it fixed. Finally a friend suggested I try this Minwax Stain Marker and it worked great!! I took a couple of applications but the stain is gone and you can't even see where it used to be!! Love this stuff and highly recommend it 5
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Works like a charm! We moved into a new home and as much as I try to baby our brand new hardwood floors, I have noticed small nicks and scratches caused by our active toddlers. I use this pen and they look good as new! I recently decided to order a second pen for our dining room table. We have a very unique table that was hewn from a reclaimed boat. The wood grain and color is kind of unusual and I wasn't sure if one of these pens would be close enough to cover some dings, again caused by two active kids :) I am ecstatic at the result! I highly recommend these pens. The trick is to apply the liquid to the mark you want to cover, and then immediately use your finger or a paper towel to go back over the same spot to remove any excess stain. If you do not do this, you will have a visible line where you applied the stain which basically highlights the imperfection. 5Easy Peasy I love these stain markers. They are real wood stain not a water based marker close to the color of wood or a wax crayon you have to polish in to the wood. My kitty gets the am and pm crazies some days she jumps up the door trim and slides down it with claws out. Once a week I just go around with this stain marker to clean up the scratch marks. I just stain the scratches and wipe off the excess. I rent so this has been a great item especially since all the doors and trim is an unvarnished dark walnut from the 1970's. I have bought other colors of these stain pens to use for crafts and such. 5Scratches gone on my Espresso colored floors! This works amazingly! We had a very large scratch from a heavy table being moved back into place. My flooring guy recommended this ebony colored touch up pen for our espresso colored hardwood floors. I shook the pen very well and on paper used it a bit to get a feel for it. I then markered on top of the large scratch. I let it sit for about 5-10 mins then with a paper towel wiped it off. Magic! I couldn't even find the large scratch! Wish I had took a before and after pic! 5Huh, it works! Put me in the "what a miracle" category. I ended up with a ukulele with some scratches on the fretboard, nasty ones, and after using this product in one area you can't even tell they were there and in another where the scratches are deeper you can tell if you know they are there but not otherwise. Basically getting the color right is most of the battle but it's not a wood filler so don't expect that last couple percent of perfection if the scratch is deep enough. All in all, money well spent.Like any kind of stain you want to put some on, give it a minute to soak in, wipe off the excess, and reapply if it's not dark enough yet. Might take a couple of minutes but with this applicator it's very no muss no fuss. 5Great Product for Scratches Beyond the Finish layer I used this product to cover up some scratches in my espresso colored furniture. This was the closest match I could find. This product acts more like a stain than a marker (which I believe it is a stain). That is to say that if you have a deep scratch on your furniture, beyond the protective layer and into the wood - it will do great in re-staining the wood. However, if you have many surface scratches/scuffs that do not go beyond the finish, this stain marker will not successfully re-color these types of scratches/scuffs. For surface scratches/scuffs i preferred the Millerr marker. 4Did the job I can't attest to longevity but it worked great right now on my wood table that my toddler son bit. I purchased dark walnut which is very dark but I wiped excess of with paper towel to reduce color. The after photo is actually better in person. 5Much better than wax crayons The area I was trying to fix was the top surface of my dining room table, a spot about the size of a silver dollar. I had accidentally left a glade plug-in air freshener on the table, it leaked and ate through the finish on my table. Long story short, I called several professional furniture repair shops and they all wanted to refinish the entire table instead of just attempting to fix the spot, at a price that was just not worth it for the price I paid for the table. My first attempt at fixing the spot myself involved some wax furniture crayons. Those were horrible, color didn't match well enough, and they of course left a waxy finish just like a Crayola crayon. I sanded off this attempt and in my second attempt, I used this Minwax stain marker. The marker did the job, or at least did the job well enough for my amateur fix for an amateur price. The wood actually appeared to absorb the stain from the marker, as opposed to the wax crayons just leaving a wax residue. The spot is by no means well-blended... the best way to describe it is that it looks like a knot in the wood except that there are no other knots in my table! But the color was a spot-on match, it's just that the blending and finish don't look like what I imagine a professional furniture repair person could do. But I chalk that up to user error, not a problem with the marker itself. The smaller your repaired spot is, the less noticeable it will be after using this stain marker. 4Amazing! I am so amazingly impressed. It was easy to use and worked perfectly. I wish I had more scratches in the floor so I could make them disappear. I've bored all of my family and friends sending before and after pictures. After today I think I'm going to get a tattoo of this stain marker. 5Excellent Product After our attic fire, some of our furniture had dings in it from when the firemen moved it out of the way. Trust me, I'm not complaining, because they saved my house and almost all of my stuff. But I did want to fix the dings so the furniture wouldn't look so bad, and this did it. It's not really a marker; rather, the barrel is filled with stain, and there's a felt tip that absorbs some stain to release onto your ding when you press down on the marker. It's a very good match to my reddish furniture (I bought the red oak color) and makes the dings virtually invisible, especially after the furniture is polished. I'm thinking of buying one in walnut as well, for my dark furniture. 5What a great friend I have!!!! I finally found something that works on a stain on my wood furniture. I've had a stain for years on my TV stand and no matter what I tried, I couldn't get it fixed. Finally a friend suggested I try this Minwax Stain Marker and it worked great!! I took a couple of applications but the stain is gone and you can't even see where it used to be!! Love this stuff and highly recommend it 5
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