Gel stain is hard to wipe from corners on furniture- any help?
Susan Oglesby Canny on Jun 05, 2017Use a toothbrush or small bottle brush with a piece of cloth twisted around it.Helpful Reply
Elizabeth on Jun 05, 2017Foam brushes have a neat pointed end that could get into corners.Helpful Reply
Patricia on Jun 06, 2017Put a small amount of gel stain onto a blue shop towel so that it is moistened but not saturated. Rub and work it into the corners so that you get a light coat. Repeat until you get the color and coverage you are looking for. P.S. Wear gloves! :-)Helpful Reply
Bambi on Jun 06, 2017Try wrapping an old tooth brush with cheesecloth , brush from inside angle to outside corner .Hope this works for you🍀Helpful Reply
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