When Samuel Cabot opened the doors to his workshop in 1877, he had one mission: top-quality wood care.
Today, the Cabot heritage is alive and well in everything we do. Count on us for:
Easy-to-use wood preparation products
Long-lasting deck stains
Beautiful wood finishes and preservatives for outdoors
Rich wood stains and durable topcoats for indoors
Experts to answer any question, 7 days a week
At Cabot, we do wood care. And we're here to help.
"The customer always comes first." This has been the underlying theme to Empire's success and growth. From the beginning of the supply chain to wherever your business is, Empire is working hard for you.
The right color won't only brighten up a room; it can transform your life. Although some may try, no other company appreciates the deep emotional value of color like Valspar. For over 200 years Valspar has been helping people connect to the power of color. During that time, our dedication to helping you find your perfect fit has led us to become one of the most recognized paint and coating brands in the world. With Valspar, the right color can change everything.
Founded in 1849 on the principles of quality and innovation, the Zinsser® brand is known for professional-quality, problem-solving products that make the job easy and get it done right.
ZAR Oil-Based Wood Stain wipes on like furniture polish to stain and seal in one quick, easy application. It gives wood a natural range of color and enhances the wood grain. ZAR’s “Controlled Penetration” assures a uniform color tone without streaks or lap marks.
At One TIME we are passionate about developing and evolving exterior wood care products that not only enhance and protect our customers’ investments, but are also considerate of the global environment. This commitment to quality and care has resulted in steady growth and expansion that now includes distribution through hundreds of paint and hardware stores throughout North America. As witnessed by our unprecedented 7-year guarantee, we at One TIME are driven to provide our customers – the homeowner treating his deck, the contractor installing a fence, the log home builder protecting a manufactured unit and the retailer stocking our one and five-gallon products – with exceptional value and service.
Prestige. Performance. Perfection.
When it comes to professional coating products, the Sikkens® name is known throughout the world for exceptional quality. For more than 200 years, our mission has been to provide high quality products that protect and enhance the natural beauty of wood, and we're proud to have delivered. Sikkens products deliver a translucent furniture-like finish that complements the appearance of your home.
Solving challenges is the very foundation of who we are. After all, in the beginning, our founder, sea captain Robert Fergusson, didn’t particularly care about paint. He just wanted to keep his ship intact. That’s why, when he noticed that an accidental splash of fish oil had stopped the relentless spread of corrosion on his rusty metal deck, he immediately recognized it for what it was: A valuable solution. The same passion that drove the Captain to spend his next few years creating the world’s first rust-preventative paint still drives us today. When we see a problem, we work diligently until we’ve perfected a solution—which has led to some of the most cutting-edge, durable and innovative products in the industry.
If you’ve got a surface you need to protect or a look you want to transform, you’ve come to the right place. We have a coating for every challenge.
Welcome to Rust-Oleum, home of trusted quality—and powerful solutions—since 1921.
In 1947, a Philadelphia businessman, Howard E. Kester, revolutionized the paint industry and founded Krylon, Inc., the first and still largest supplier of aerosol paints in the world. Krylon® Products were first introduced in 1947 by Foster & Kester, a manufacturer of brush-on clear protective acrylic coatings used in the commercial art business. Inspired by the DuPont Corporation’s development of a formula combining gas and liquid into a single spray can, Kester creatively devised a way to blend his coatings into a product that had many advantages over the brush-on method – aerosol.