In the 1980’s, Sinclair Paint produced the Stainteke Semi-Transparent Wood Stain Colors Collection. It was designed to highlight and enhance the natural beauty of wood surfaces. With a spectrum of appealing hues, they added warmth and character to decorating schemes of the era.
Stainteke boasted a range of tones, from rich earthy browns to subtle grays and greens. The stains struck a balance between enhancing the wood’s natural grain and providing a layer of color. It allowed for a nuanced, textured appearance that provided depth and character to wood. The result was a finish that didn’t overpower the grain, but instead showcased its inherent beauty.
Sinclair Semi-transparent stains had a translucent quality that allowed wood’s natural characteristics to vary throughout the day with the play of light. This adaptability made it an excellent choice for furniture, decks, fences, and interior woodwork.
Stainteke provided a protective layer against the elements that allowed the wood to breathe. This durability ensured colors that stood the test of time, maintaining vibrancy even in outdoor applications.
Sinclair Stainteke Colors provided not only visual beauty for wooden surfaces, it was also a practical and durable coating. With Sinclair’s thoughtfully curated colors, wood’s natural beauty took center stage.