Retique It Liquid Wood - Light Wood Quart - Paint it Then Stain it - Stainable Wood Fiber Paint - Put a Fresh Coat of Wood on it
- No sanding or stripping - just paint it then stain it with this patent pending real liquid wood coating.
- Paint a fresh coat on to give your project a surface layer of wood that can be stained with virtually any brand and color of stain.
- Apply a Poly or Wax as a top coat. Works great for interior and exterior projects alike.
- Transform furniture, cabinets, floors, window frames, drywall, mantles, doors, Ext Siding/Trim, Wainscoting, painted surfaces to have a beautiful wood finish.
- Water based, Ultra low VOC, virtually no order. Can be applied inside. Easy clean up with soap and water.
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Retique-It is a fantastic product! It amazes me time and time again! It's so easy to use. I highly recommend using this for your next restoration project.
I love this paint its very good!
Super easy to use!
I love this product! Have used it on several furniture items and have been very pleased with the results! easy to use and easy to follow instructions
I do a lot of furniture restoration as a hobby. I really like the Retique, because it is easy to use. On one piece of furniture I did not even sand it down and it came out beautifully.
I can say do not use this as you would paint, you need to see the streaks. No streaks means put some more on. However do not over do it, less is more if that makes sense. One con is it is expensive, but goes a long way.
I'm unclear of why you would use this? What is the purpose … sorry, I'm a senior and can't figure out the "need" for this product … is it to make something that isn't wood LOOK LIKE wood? And then you can paint/stain it? Is it for wood that has water marks or imperfections?
I used it on the top of this dresser after creating a raised effect. It worked awesome!
Question - can I use this on a painted outdoor deck?
Hello, I am getting ready to use retique it on 3 melamine desks. My concern is bought retique it wood liquid, and not the primer. Do i need to prime first?