Trend Alert: Two New Colors of MinwaxÂ® Wood Finish(TM) Stain Debut
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., Nov. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — MinwaxÃ‚®, the wood care company that has helped consumers bring out the beauty of wood in their homes for well over 100 years, introduces two new colors of MinwaxÃ‚® Wood Finish(TM) interior wood stain: Classic Gray and Weathered Oak. The new oil-based stains, like all MinwaxÃ‚® stains, provide long-lasting, rich wood tone colors that penetrate deep into the pores to enhance wood’s natural beauty. The new stains complement a wide range of Wood Finish(TM) colors ranging from timeless Golden Oak and Early American to dramatic tones like Ebony and Sedona Red. Both of the new colors are available in half pints, quarts and gallons.
“These two new colors reflect a trend you’ll see in high-end furniture catalogs and home decorating and design magazines,” notes Jacquelyn Ferrara, director of marketing, MinwaxÃ‚®. “No matter where you use these new wood stain colors – furniture, doors, floors, cabinets or trim – they’re an easy way to give a stylish update to the wood in your home.”
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For more than 100 years, MinwaxÃ‚® has been a leader in the development and manufacturing of high-quality wood finishing and wood care products. From wood stains to clear protective finishes, plus solutions for wood preparation, maintenance, cleaning and repair, MinwaxÃ‚® products are asked for by name by the Do-It-Yourself consumer, seasoned woodworkers, and professional contractors. Headquartered in Upper Saddle River, N.J., with a manufacturing facility in Flora, IL, MinwaxÃ‚® is part of Sherwin-Williams Wood Care Products. For product information, wood finishing tips and project ideas, visit minwax.com.
SOURCE The Minwax Company