In case you missed woodworking guru, George Vondriska from Woodworkers Guild of America on Facebook Live last week, please check out his VIDEO using Aqua Coat grain filler.
He demonstrated how to use the grain filler and also showed how to use the grain filler to apply color to fill wood.
Take a look at these stunning pictures of this guitar from happy Aqua Coat customer, Dave. "I have been using your product exclusively as my finish of choice on my custom guitars." Thank you Dave for letting us display your pictures and show how Aqua Coat products helped you achieve an amazing look for your guitars. Please send us your quality photos to firstname.lastname@example.org so we...
The people at Hardwood Lumber and Millwork put together this informative article on what cleaner to use for hardwood tables and countertops, without damaging them with the wrong products. In this article, they looked at different factors and products and came up with the following conclusion.
We always love hearing how our products are used on different projects. Just found out from a customer Bill and Barb at Thread and Timber, they are using Aqua Coat on their art quilting projects. They make beautiful quilts and then frame them into pieces of art. They just finished a project called Apple River and used Aqua Coat Clear Grain Filler with Satin Aqua Thane Top Coats on the...
Thank you to Revive and Decor for these beautiful images of this vintage dresser using Aqua Coat products. All the hard work you put into this dresser really paid off.
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Any realtor will tell you that a beautifully stained wood front door is a selling point and a great first impression. Kitchen cabinets and all wooden doors add richness to a home
Happy Customer, Garron, finished this table for his customer. He used Aqua Coat's Aqua Thane Top Coat Satin with our cross-linker.
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In the past, stains were generally
oil-based. This was the accepted norm even though they were challenging to use, especially for the DIY user. An oil-based stain is not easy to work with; it's difficult to remove from brushes, clothes, and even skin.
Thank you to Dan at Smocke Guitars for sending us this stunning picture of a jazz guitar using Aqua Coat products.
"It turned out beautiful and is still holing up after 1 1/2 years. Nice product."
Happy customer Todd sent us this beautiful picture of his drums using Aqua Coat.
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Here are some images from another happy customer, Mark. He used our Aqua Coat Grain Filler and the Aqua Coat Lacquer to finish this beautiful table.
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"Amazing finish and easy application," according to happy customer Patrick Butler.
He used Aqua Coat's grain filler and top coats on his handcrafted American Black Walnut Butler Guitar.
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We received these images from a happy customer. He used X-119 Aqua Coat Sanding Sealer followed by Aqua Coat Clear Lacquer gloss. Looks great!
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Aqua Coat's water-based Aqua Tone Stains will add color and beauty to your wood and give your project depth and vibrancy. They can be used on any interior application and are made from the highest quality aniline dyes and pigments. It can be brushed, wiped, sprayed, or dipped. This fast-drying, non-bleeding, non-fading wood stain produces an even tone on all woods with low grain raise. It is designed for...
We received this from @TBPainters using our Aqua Coat Clear Grain Filler.
"Our first time using Aqua Coat grain filler on our deep pores of this birch that we stain matched and clear coated to replace a water damaged cabinet end and kicker. Awesome stuff."
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Your kitchen cabinets take up a lot of real estate in your kitchen, so if they are showing their age, they can start to drag down the look and value of the whole room. While we all dream of doing the big kitchen renovation, if that is not in the cards, focusing on your cabinetry may be a good project to update your kitchen. Deciding between refinishing and replacing kitchen...
Watch Paint Life and The Idaho Painter, Chris Berry, try Aqua Coat White Cabinet Grain Filler to receive a glassy, smooth finish on wood grain oak cabinets.
Watch Aqua Coat President, Brian Barry, on Facebook Live tomorrow, May 22nd, at 4pm central time with Chris Berry, The Idaho Painter, talking about Aqua Coat White Cabinet Grain Filler and answering questions. The Idaho Painter offers free DIY and professional painting and home improvement videos, blogs, and tips on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. Follow @TheIdahoPainter on Facebook and you can watch it live on Friday, May 22nd at...
With grain filler or without? It's up to you. Here is a great video from Sam the Finishing Man on using Aqua Coat White Cabinet Grain Filler. He uses sample boards to show you how to apply the grain filler and what it looks like with and without grain filler. Happy Filling!
Look at this awesome transformation from Spray-Net (Ottawa-West) using our grain filler. These before and after images are great.
BEFORE USING AQUA COAT GRAIN FILLER
AFTER USING AQUA COAT GRAIN FILLER
Listen to Aqua Coat’s President on APC’s Paint Radio podcast educating contractors on how to use Aqua Coat White Cabinet Grain Filler to obtain a smooth finish on kitchen cabinets.
Achieving a glass smooth finish with grain fillers is not as hard as you’d think. Especially with today’s modern products. Learn everything you would ever want to know about grain fillers in the Paint Radio podcast.
With Grain Filler or Without? You decide. Woods such as oak, mahogany and walnut are characterized as having “open grain” because the wood pores are large. In contrast, “closed grain” woods like hard maple, cherry, poplar and beech have smaller pores. You don’t have to fill the pores of any wood before applying a finish. It’s a matter of what you want the final surface to feel and look like. ...
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News stories about chemical dangers in food, in health products, where we work and in our homes, appear almost daily, so we worry. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) are carbon-containing compounds that, as the product dries, get released into the air where they react with other elements to produce ozone, which in turn causes air pollution and health issues. It makes sense, then, to limit those VOCs in our...
Send us your most common questions you have or receive from customers. These might be questions other people have and with your help we can give them the answer. Aqua Coat has a link with our most frequently asked questions about our products and general wood finishing questions. If you haven’t already, take a look and see what you didn’t know yet. We would love to add any helpful frequently asked questions...
A testimonial from a customer:
"This product is fantastic! We have red cabinets that I wanted to paint off white. We wanted to kill the grain so I practiced on our laundry room. They are beautiful! I just ordered enough to hopefully finish my kitchen."
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It's a good time to bring out wood's natural beauty. Aqua Coat is your home for water based, non-flammable, non-combustible, low odor, low-voc, eco-friendly and easy to apply paints, seal coats, top coats, sanding sealers, stains and fillers. Switching to water based products might save you time and money.
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From start to finish – Finishing Cabinets with Aqua Coat Products If you’re here, you probably already know about Aqua Coat’s line of environmentally friendly water-based, low VOC products. You almost certainly know of our excellent reputation for quality. Our products aren't just designed to make you feel good about using them, and they are meant to create a finished project that looks great. If you don't already know about...
Who uses environmentally friendly Aqua Coat products? And what can you use them for? After all, some might consider it a niche market with limited applications. Well, they would be mistaken. Aqua Coat products are used by any number of professionals and hobbyists for countless applications. That's because all of Aqua Coat's products – stains, seal coats, topcoats, and grain fillers - all of our low-odor and low-VOC are crafted...
Fifty years ago, virtually all paint products were solvent based. They contained high levels of organic compounds. These solvents facilitate application, drying and the formation of a durable, regular film. On the negative side, when these compounds evaporate, they release Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) into the atmosphere resulting in a strong odor and toxic impact on the environment. Stricter environmental regulations have required paint manufacturers to dramatically reduce the levels...
Applying sanding sealer is a vital step in finishing high-quality furniture and trim. The difference between a project with a professional-looking finish or one that just looks okay is attention to detail and patience. Attention to detail means taking the time to prepare the wood properly and patience means you need to take extra time to finish the project. One of those extra steps is to use a sanding sealer....
We at Aqua Coat are all about sustainability and staying as environmentally friendly as possible. We also recognize that things still need to get gone. Projects still need to happen, and the works don't stop. As such, we like to provide you with advice that will help you to get done what you need to get done in as environmentally friendly a way as possible while even saving you...
You’ve bought plenty of environmentally friendly, water-based paint, stain, and other products from Aqua Coat. You've used recycled or reclaimed wood from pallets and other sources. You've refinished furniture rather than throwing it out and buying new. Where that was impractical, you've repurposed it. You've been as environmentally conscious as possible in how you conduct your business and pursue your hobbies. However, if you are anything like me, no matter...
Blotching can be caused by stain penetrating deeper into some parts of the wood than in others. It depends a lot on moisture in the wood and the types of wood. It is common with woods that have uneven densities. Hardwoods like oak and maple do not usually need blotch protector because due to the hardness they absorb stain consistently across the wood. Softwoods such as pine, birch and some...
During the process of film formation, which is the water evaporating from the coating film, both temperature and humidity in your environment are some of the factors that affect the formation of a water-based coating. Application of a water-based product to a surface whose temperature is above or below 50 to 80 degrees F could cause the coating to have poor durability. Temperature is only one of the external factors...
Listen to APC's Paint Radio podcast informing contractors how to use Aqua Coat White Cabinet Grain Filler to obtain a smooth finish. Achieving a glass smooth finish with grain fillers is not as hard as you’d think. Especially with today’s modern products. Learn everything you would ever want to know about grain fillers in this week’s Paint Radio podcast. Listen anywhere you find podcasts. APC offers a free subscription to painting contractors. Click here...
Fifty years ago, there was no option when painting surfaces that required enamel-like doors, furniture, baseboards, and trim in your home. The only choice was oil-based paint. While it lasted a long time and created an attractive result, there were many cons to using oil-based paint. In fact, there was no choice for painting walls, interior or exterior, or when staining furniture, decks, and woodwork. Today, most people choose water-based...
These are not your grandfather's grain fillers. Grain fillers are used frequently by manufacturers and do-it-yourselfers. Over time, grain fillers have gotten a bad reputation and fell out of favor. They were solvent-based with a nasty odor. They took a long time to dry. They were tough, which made sanding a long process, and they also created a lot of messy dust. They were also solvent-based and not very well...
The high cost of outdoor furniture can deter you from making your yard and garden the paradise you dream of and deserve. But if you have a little do it yourself in you, you can build lots of great outdoor furniture, fencing, and other objects at very little cost. How you may ask? Consider the wonderful and often free pallet! Wooden pallets are a great idea for many projects as...
When we think of wood stains, we often assume that all stains will be oil-based, and not water-based stain. The art of staining wood is centuries old. The original stain used natural pigments and dyes from plants and minerals. These were often essentially thinned paints that rendered opaque colors and tones Even though stains have been in popular use for about a hundred years, it was first mass-produced and marketed...