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Why do stains stain?

Stains are made of chemicals with loose ends. These ends stick to loose ends on what they stain.. IN ADDITION: . A stain is a pigment that has to have a surface that will (MORE)

Can you stain concrete with wood stain?

Yes you can use wood stain on concrete but it will not penetrate the concrete, it does look nice and you can use different shades together. To keep the stain on it use a concr (MORE)

What are stains?

  Answer   Stains are dirty marks that are not easily removed.
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What is a stain?

  A stain is a discoloration that distinguishes itself from the material on which it is found. It can be unintentional, in the case of domestic stains on fabric, cloth, or (MORE)

How do you get stains out?

Removing stains depends greatly on what type of stain and what is stained. The first step in removing any stain is lifting as much as possible from the surface, whether that m (MORE)

What kind of stain do you stain Mycobacterium with?

For Mycobacterium you will use the Acid-fast staining technique. There are two different methods of stainging: 1) Ziehl-Neelsen Method and 2) Kinyoun Method. 1) The Ziel-Neel (MORE)
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Is a gram stain a simple stain?

Gram stain is not a simple stain because simple stains do not use two or more stains. Gram stain is a differential stain differentiating between Gram positive (blue-black) and (MORE)

Can l stain on stain?

Yes, you can, but it's difficult to get a satisfactory appearance as it is now not soaking into the wood.
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Why you do staining?

Staining is done to help determine what the sample is. It makes it visible under a microscope and it gives some information about the structure of the cell. A positive Gram st (MORE)