Have You Heard of Minwax? It Can Help in Your Next DIY Project!

There is a whole line of Minwax products waiting to be discovered.  They are to be used on your interior wood surfaces; such as, furniture, woodwork, wood cabinets and wood accessories.  What is Minwax?  In 1904, a company was founded in Brooklyn, New York, by Arthur B. Harrison.  It would later come to be known as the Minwax Company.

Makes and Keeps Wood Beautiful®

Minwax Wood Finishing Cloths take the convenience of a one-step wiping stain and finish to a whole new level.  It’s all in one handy package; gloves and all!  It’s a fast and easy way to finish wood … all you do is wipe on the stain, finish using the pre-moistened cloths, wipe off the excess with a clean rag, let dry for an hour, and you’re done!  You can apply another coat is you want an even deeper colour and sheen.

Miniwax Cloths  Miniwax Cloths pkg  Miniwax stained

Minwax Wood Finishing Cloths are easy to use for any wood finishing project because the pre-moistened cloths allow you to stain and finish all in one application.

Available in stores now; in these wood tones:

  • Natural Oak
  • Maple
  • Chestnut
  • Walnut
  • Dark Mahogany

For more information on Minwax products, visit Minwax.ca

Disclosure:  I received a sample of Minwax Wood Finishing Cloths, along with an unfinished wood wine bottle & glass holder to try.  I am not obliged to give a positive review.  Any opinion(s) expressed is my own, and is given freely.  Any information acquired from Minwax’s various social media formats has been authorized, and has been done so as to facilitate my post/review.
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