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Elevate Interiors and Exteriors with ZAR® Wood Care
ZAR® maintains a commitment to quality with stains and finishes that are easy enough for DIYers to use and reliable enough for contractors to trust.
All ZAR® products are made with the finest quality resins.
Whether you're worried about streak marks or getting the look you want we have an easy-to-choose, easy-to-apply solution.
Multi surface, superior adhesion formulas make ZAR® interior and exterior finishes the most versatile on the market.
Deck and Siding Visualizer
Mix and match deck and siding colors and finishes to find the right look.
Products for Interior and Exterior Wood Care and Repair
Whether you're a first-time DIYer or seasoned professional, we have ZAR® guides, data sheets, videos, and more to help you succeed. View our most popular resources below.
Trade Pros: Learn More About UGL®
ZAR® and DRYLOK® brands are made by United Gilsonite Laboratories. Backed by 85+ years of industry experience, UGL® partners with pros every day, providing application expertise, technical assistance, training, and job site support.
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