Specifically formulated for use with Capture Log Stain and Transformation Log & Timber Stain
Right Color. Right Quantity. Right Now.
Never run out of stain at the job site again. Stock exactly what you need in your truck or trailer at the job site.
Capture Flex Tint 10.5oz Cartridge $36.99 USD
Capture 4.92gal Neutral Base $374.00 USD
Transformation Flex Tint 28oz Cartridge $68.99 USD
Transformation 4.75 Neutral Base $481.00 USD
Will not mix in with other stain brands
Capture Flex Tint 10.5 oz. cartridge
Transformation Flex Tint 28 oz. cartridge
This is Why You Should Use Flex Tint
Right Color, Right Quantity, Right Now More Info
It’s like your own mobile paint store. You choose how many of each color to always have on hand with pails of neutral base stain. No need to leave the jobsite.
Easy to mix More Info
A caulking gun, a drill-driven paint mixer, and 3-5 minutes are all that’s needed
Same performance More Info
It’s the same color, durability, and application you’ve come to expect from Capture Log Stain and Transformation Log & Timber
How much Flex Tint do I need?
Use our handy Caulkulator (also for stains and clear coats!) to enter your square footage and wood porosity to find out how much you’ll need.
Using Log Sealants
How Much Do You Need?
* All sealants should be applied between 1/4″ to 1/2″ thick, max. Download the application instructions for more details.
- Interior T&G ceiling
- New logs
- Maintenance coats over existing stain
Medium Textured Surfaces
- New but blasted wood
- 10 year old home, first refinished down to bare wood
- Sanded with 60 grit sandpaper
Rough Textured Surfaces
- Old, gray logs that are blasted
- Very porous — no care for many years
Flex Tint Resources & How To Info
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Common Questions From Our Network of Pros
That’s not a great idea. Not only will the color be difficult to replicate in the future, more importantly, durability will be compromised. It’s better to simply choose a lighter color with the proper pigment load to get the color you’re looking for – without compromise.
In final appearance and in many of the raw materials, yes. Obviously, the mixing method is different, and we’ve added items to the Flex Tint cartridge to ensure the pigments stay suspended, don’t separate, flow out of the cartridge easily, and mix in properly.
No. Flex Tint is specifically formulated for Sashco’s stains, especially when it comes to VOC limits. They may not mix in properly with a competitor’s product, so we don’t recommend it
Stir until completely mixed, which generally takes 3-5 minutes. A couple extra minutes won’t hurt. Pigments can settle at the bottom of the pail in as little as 15 minutes, so normal mixing (3-5 minutes before starting and every 20-3 minutes throughout stain application) is still a must.