Aerosol wood stain.

Does anyone supply wood stains in aerosol cans?
Peter
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Stain isn't paint... You need to brush it in to get enough soaked into the wood. You are also supposed to wipe the stain off after applying it.
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Noozer wrote:

Minwax seems to - Google "aerosol wood stain".
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Peter, maybe not but they sell paint stain in a can and a pump sprayer. Spray is on, roll and/or brush it in.
What are you trying to do?
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Look for Preval units in the paint store or paint section of the big box stores. Compressed air cylinder and a jar that you fill with your choice.
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