We don't sell Duraseal Stains. This color chart is for reference only.

Duraseal stain are one of the two proffesional stain used by most flooring contractors, with the one being Bona. You can see Bona Stain Chart here. Duraseal has a huge color selection with 37 beautiful color choices currently offered. And if standard color options are not what you desire, Duraseal stain can be mixed to create unlimited custom colors.

And keep and mind that colors shown here are for reference only. Every screen can shows color shades differently, not to mention that differing wood and individual floor planks can show color differently. Always to a test sample before commiting to a color.

  • Chestnut
  • Ebony
  • Sedona Red
  • Coffee Brown
  • Classic Gray
  • Rosewood
  • English Chestnut
  • Red Mahogany
  • Early American
  • Jacobean
  • Antique Brown
  • Colonial Maple
  • Special Walnut
  • Spice Brown
  • Provincial
  • Cherry
  • Gunstock
  • Medium Brown
  • Nutmeg
  • Dark Walnut
  • Golden Oak
  • Golden Pecan
  • Country White
  • Neutral
  • Royal Mahogany
  • Fruitwood
  • Espresso
  • True Black
  • Aged Barrel
  • Heritage Brown
  • Warm Gray
  • Rustic Beige
  • Silvered Gray
  • Dark Gray
  • Weathered Oak
  • Golden Brown
  • Mesquite Red

Where can I buy DuraSeal stain?

Duraseal stains like most others proffesional flooring supplies are sold through a distribution network to flooring contractors exclusively, with some exceptions on local basis. The easiest way to buy duraseal stain for lay people is online on amazon or flooring specific websites.

What is the most popular stain color?

In our market the two colors that stand out are Jacobean and Netural. Other popular choices are Dark Walnut, Classic Gray, and Early American.

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