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Old 01-17-2013, 07:18 PM   #1
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Any source for the Champagne Select wood stain?

I just replaced the front TV in my RV and need to make some filler strips to finish the project. I've searched Google for the "Champagne Select" stain that was used in my RV and can't find any source. Is there anyplace to buy small amounts of the stain?

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I took a piece of stained wood (drawer) into sherwin williams and they matched the stain.

Stain yellows with age - so the exact stain would have been too light - so they matched it to the color now. They tested it on the back of the drawer so we new it was the right color on my wood grain. Excellent service, help and tips from them as well.

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Old 01-17-2013, 08:50 PM   #3
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Any quality paint store should be able match your wood color. They will custom mix a color if they don't have a match in stock.
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:10 AM   #4
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Any quality paint store should be able match your wood color. They will custom mix a color if they don't have a match in stock.
As a cabinet maker I do that all the time. I bring a sample of the finished color I want and a few scrap pieces of wood.
In my 2001 Scepter I've replaced the front TV cabinet with a much smaller one to accommodate my new 32" LCD TV. I also replaced the original table with a legless table that slides in a buffet cabinet that I made. Both were stained with the stain that was prepared by my local stain dealer. They are exactly the same color as the rest of the coach woodwork.
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