Can wood treated with Pentacryl be stained and finished with conventional finishes and stains?

Yes. Wood treated with Pentacryl can be finished with urethane varnishes, water borne varnishes, lacquers, tung oil, linseed oil, and waxes have all been successfully used. The wood can also be stained with analine dyes or oil stains. The key factors are to be sure that the wood has thoroughly dried and to lightly clean the surface of the wood with a solvent such as SOLVITOL, mineral spirits, or acetone before finishing. Allow the solvent to dry overnight.

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