Fiberglass door stain – Gel stains come in many varieties. A common type is the oil-based gel stain. This spot can be sold as a set with gel stain and top coat together. The top layer is applied over the gel stain in order to protect the finish. It is a clear link that provides a sheen surface that is easy to clean. Paint a door with a gel coat requires the use of both the stain and top coat
Wipe the surface of the door with a clean cloth and a commercial cleaner or denatured alcohol. Remove all dirt, grease and debris from the surface of the door. With masking tape, tape off the door hardware, windows and trim pieces, you do not want to stain. Apply gel stain to the fiberglass door stain surface with a brush. Use a generous amount of the stain, but not so much that the stain drips. Update your brush often as you paint.
Remove gel stains on fiberglass door stain; Let the gel stain to set and dry for 12 hours or more as specified by the stain mark. When the gel stain is completely dry, apply to coat over it. First wipe down the door with a clean cloth to remove dust. Then use a brush to apply the top layer on the door. Apply the top coat in multi-layer. Allow each coat to dry completely before applying the next layer. Drying may take between four and 12 hours.