Inside: Inspiration and projects using Wipe-On Minwax Stain Cloths; perfect for the weekend DIY or crafter; no mess and easy clean-up stain.
It’s no secret that I love to share my FAVORITE DIY products with you. And I’m constantly asked about paint and wood stain. A few years ago, I stumbled on Minwax Stain Cloths – and they totally changed the way I approach small woodworking and craft projects! (And no, this post is NOT sponsored.)
I have reviewed another type of stain recently as well; you can read about my experiences with Saman Interior Water Based Stain here. They are easy to clean-up, come in a variety of colours and tones and they are honestly so perfect for small projects. The best part is they dry in less than an hour! You have the option of sealing after using them or just leaving the wood au naturel. I figured I’d round-up some great projects I’ve done over the years using these wipes and cloths to give you a sense of how you can use them in your projects too. (This post may use affiliate links)
14 Projects using Minwax Stain Wipes
Ikea Kallax Hack and Review
This Ikea Hack used Minwax Stain Cloths in Natural Oak on the boards.
How to Make DIY Art with an Image Projector
Plywood never looked so custom! Use Minwax Stain cloths to create custom large scale art.
How to Make a Wood Shim Wreath with Paper Flowers
Perfect for spring! Use up scrap wood and wood shims to make this unique wreath with natural textures.
Easy Project! Paint a Harvest Themed Console Table
Updating a console table top using a blend of black paint and Minwax Stain Cloths. This is a great beginner approach to refinishing furniture.
DIY Kids Wall Hooks | A Kreg Jig Project
The simplest and cutest project! Using a Kreg Jig and Minwax Stain Cloths, you can create this cute wall hook display.
DIY Wood Wreath for the Winter
Much like the spring wreath, but thicker and a little more robust - this holiday wreath uses two types of Minwax Stain Wipes.
A Blushing Bombshell Credenza in the Playroom | June DIY Challenge
Custom drawer pulls and a new top were added to this credenza unit. As seen in Chatelaine magazine!
Simplest Ever DIY Air Plant Holders | May DIY Challenge
Air plants don't need much to survive. Use this 5-minute DIY to display your air plants on the wall.
How to Make a Hanging Necklace Organizer
A 10-minute DIY that is customized with dowels stained with Minwax Stain Cloths in Natural Oak.
How to Use Tired Kitchen Cabinets in the Playroom
Reface old cabinets and hang them on the wall for a custom bookshelf or credenza look. Use Minwax Stain Cloths to create the look you want with the new facing.
Make your own Custom Numbered Storage Crates with Mod Podge
Simple storage! Minwax Stain in Natural Oak along with a whitewash give these plain crates an airy feel.
How to add tons of storage to your living room | Fauxdenza Part Two
Another custom credenza top. This is a blend of Minwax Stain Cloths and Oil Based Stain. Perfect if you are trying to match to existing flooring or wood accents in your home.
Make your own Quick & Easy DIY Geometric Deer Head Wall Art
Create a wooden backdrop for 3D art!
DIY Herringbone Wood Shim Backsplash: A glimpse of the kitchen
A blend of Minwax Stain and Whitewash and another project using scrap wood and wood shims.
How to Transform a Dull Drab Dresser with Glorious Grey Paint
Transform veneer drawers using Minwax Wipes and Whitewash stain.
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