Where to find natural oil stains and low toxic sealers for wood flooring

There are a few places you can get low toxicity hardwood floor sealers and natural il stains.  One of them is The Home Depot.  One thing to note about the Home Depot is that every store has a different policy on the eco friendly products they carry.  You may go to one store and they will not stock these items and you will go to a different store and the ywill have an abundance.  It is a good idea to call ahead if this is the avenue you will pursue.

Sherman Williams supplies everything you can think of either in store or on order.  Always call your local Sherman Williams store before you go to make sure they have what you are looking for in stock.  If they don't, they will make arrangements to order whatever you need.  Sherman Williams will have a larger selection of eco friendly products that Home Depot.

The above are the only 2 stores that I currently know of that carry these types of products.  If you prefer a Ma and Pap type of establishment, you can always get the ordering information from either of these establishments and order it through the another store.

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