22 cal 18701970 what kind of stain to refinish wood?
What you like.
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NGR stain is a stain (the kind found in the paint aisle, not the kind on your shirt) that will not make the wood grain fibers rise up from the surface of the wood. Raised grain may have to be sanded off.
To remove kitty litter stains and scratches from a wood floor, depending on the severity of the stain, a sander may be your best bet. Sand down the spot, and refinish it with the stain of your choice. When shopping for kitty litter, read the label and find the one best suited for use on wood floors.
If you have solid wood doors, first strip your door down to the bare wood. Next sand your door with 120-150 grit sand paper with the grain of the wood. Now you can stain your door with a custom color stain if you choose. Last put some sort of a finish on your door after your stain has dried completely. Any part or all of this work can be done for you at a reputable… Read More
The nail polish remover will discolor the wood since it is an acid. You need to kill the mildew. You could apply a mixture of bleach and water to kill the mildew but don't let it stay on the wood for too long because the bleach is an acid also. If the stain remains, you will probably have to sand down and refinish the wood. You may try to brush on a light colored stain… Read More
Wood stain is abosorbed into the wood, so the wood takes on the color of the stain. This is why the features of the wood are still visible, unlike with paint.
You can stain balsa wood.
generally, you fill in any holes/cracks, rent a commercial sander and sand the surface back smooth, then stain and polyurethane over the newly sanded floor it's not too complicated a job, but very labor intensive if you're not used to that kind of work
I would only use stain on a wood model.
Wood stain is for sealing and emphasising the natural colour of wood
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Stain soaks into wood and changes the colour, or if clear stain, brings out the wood's natural colour..
Add the wood stain to the linseed oil until you have reached the desired color for your new door. Be sure to test the stain on the same kind of wood as the door so you will know the true color once you apply it to the door.
Yes, you can apply wood stain with a sponge.
I stain them with a rag.
that's when its best to stain it, because it makes the stain soak in more and makes it last longer The type of stain you are using will determine what the moisture content of the wood needs to be. Some wood deck stains such as Ready Seal require the wood to be very dry.
If the black keys are made of stained wood and the stain is wearing off so that you can see the wood grain below, you can use "key black" for piano sharps. It comes in a little jar and you brush it on. Search the Web for it, a couple of piano parts vendors sell it.
You can sand it by using sand paper and let some company which can refinish wood flooring lacquer finish it for you.
No, Any kind of sealer you try to put on after will lift off the dried stain. And the exess stain, even when dry, will rub off on anything that touches it. If you can't get the color dark enough, they do make colored sealers you can spray or brush on.
depends on where you are how much to be done sand or screen stain or just clear finish call around & let them give you a quote, will be much better than using some wild guess from here
No. In order for the stain to what it is supposed to do [color the wood], it must reach the wood surface. Oil paint coats the wood surface and prevents the stain from reaching it.
Stain first, the caulk will not colour the same as the wood when you stain them. Then find a caulking that comes close in colour.
Wood stain is a substance that you can use to change the color of wood. It comes in many different shades, both light and dark.
It could look blotchy depending on the type of wood and if it's a colored stain.
Depends on the type of stain and wood. I would recommend you sand the original stain off (this should take 5 - 10 mins with a power sander and some 120 or 240 grit paper) then wipe clean with a cloth before applying the other stain.
Prepare the wood to the finish you require using grades of sandpaper, then follow the instructions for applying the stain as printed on the packaging containing the stain.
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Julie Kavner did a TV commercial for ZAR Wood Stain.
Wood is wood.
No. Do not prime any wood if you are going to stain it. Stains penetrate wood fibers, while primer and paint remain on the surface of the wood. If you put a primer on first, it will cover the grain and the stain won't work.
There are various ways and methods of removing the solid wood stain from the pressure treated woods. The methods includes sanding and refinishing it and striping the stain and replacing it.
To refinish a cabinet is no easy task, it should be left to a pro, but if you would like to try it out, here go's. First you need to strip the old finish off with and acid based liquid. Then sand and make shore all of the old finish is off. Next use wood bleach to remove the old stain, let dry for 24 hrs. then sand again with 80,100,120 grit paper. Now you… Read More
A stain is used to color the wood while a varnish is a topcoat used to protect the wood.
When doing wood finishing do you need to sand the old stain completely if the new stain is much darker?
I agree with Charles. I would also sand the piece of wood with the stain a bit then apply the darker stain.
You must stain the wood before applying a sealer, so that the stain can penetrate into the wood. If sealer goes on first, the stain will just smear and remain sticky.
There really isn't a way to remove a paint thinner stain from wood furniture. You must repaint or re-stain the furniture.
The amount of time it takes for wood stain to dry depends on the stain and on the amount of humidity in the air. Most will dry within 24 hours.
Wood varies in density.
If your dark wood stain is on real unpainted wood, then there really is no way to lighten it. You can sand it all off if that doesn't ruin your project.
You don't , you refinish the existing wood steps or buy replacement steps.
Try using oxalic acid, also called wood bleach, on the water damaged area before attempting to stain the wood. If that removes the stain, sand the surface, use a wood conditioner or a clear stain as a first coat, then apply the colored stain. Once that's dry, apply a clear polyurethane for interior use, or a spar varnish for exterior use.
The lack of a stain would be spotlessness (state of being unstained). The opposite of wood stain is paint.
No, that does not work. There are products called "latex stain" but they are really just latex paint. Stain is an oil base product that soaks into the wood, then you wipe off the excess. Latex paint forms a layer of rubber on the wood, which is like a very thin sheet of rubber with a little stik-um on the back. I think the real question is, what kind of finish are you looking for… Read More
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 concrete sealer in a couple coats, it will give it a shiny wet look. I have tried it with fake wood only because where I live I can't get concrete stain. And it looks great.
The only way I can think of is to refinish it by sanding it. Then you would put a wood varnish over the wood to bring out the grains/color.
Pat Buchanan did once make a commercial for ZAR wood stain.
If the boards themselves are cracked, realistically the only practical solution is to use wood filler, sand, and refinish the floor.
No stain will work on Formica. If it's an unfinished surface,then you can stain it.
When you apply the stain, immediately wipe it off with a dry rag.
There is no point, stain is meant to go over bare wood.