If it's a hard, smooth glazed finish, you should be able to remove it with whatever it says on the stain can to thin or clean up with. Probably mineral spirits.
If it has a more porous or pitted surface, you can probably forget it.
I found this solution completely by accident after spilling 8 oz of red mahogany stain on while tile/grout walls etc.. after cursing like crazy and googeling-- which I found nothing except how to remove stain off of hands-- Olive Oil. Works absolutely wonderfully, I wiped up as much as I could with paper toweling, dumped olive oil on the floor and started wiping (while still cursing). Stain came off of everything including the white walls. Then I used really hot water and dawn dish soap to get off of oil. Good Luck!!
It is best to remove the vinyl tile. If it is not on cement and is on wood you can install cement backer board. Be sure to put thin set under the board. If you spend the money and time to install ceramic tile and the vinyl tile comes loose all that $ is down the drain What is the best tile cement to use and this cement tile can be installed on vinyl tile and install ceramic tile on it
Try rubbing the stain off with mineral spirits or paint thinner first. If that doesn't work, you may have to try a chemical stripper that removes the type of finish you applied to your wood floors. Generally, they won't damage the glazing on ceramic tiles, but they may strip color from your grout so be careful.
Put hardibacker over the wood and lay the tile on the hardibacker. Make sure the wood is firm and level.
For example a metallic foil, a ceramic tile, a piece of wood, etc.
There really isn't a way to remove a paint thinner stain from wood furniture. You must repaint or re-stain the furniture.
cut it out
Remove the old ceramic tile starting at one of the edges. The best place to begin is where the old ceramic tile butts up against a different type of flooring, such as a carpet or wood floor. Chip away at the grout surrounding the old ceramic tile, using a metal putty knife and hammer. Set the putty knife on the grout and hit the top of the putty knife with the hammer. Work your way around the first tile pegged for removal.2 Slip the blade of the putty knife under the ceramic tile after loosening the grout. Apply pressure to the handle of the putty knife and pop out the old ceramic tile.3 Chip the grout away from the tiles and pop the tiles out, using the putty knife, until you have removed all of the old tiles.4 Vacuum the area with a wet/dry vacuum to remove any residue.
No, but it does have to be smooth, preferably sanded.
If it's still soft, just scrape off with a spatula. If hard,on old tile, soak them for a day, then scrape off carefully with a metal drywall spatula or broad wood chisel.
Wood stripper will remove most. You'll need to use a stiff brush, water and maybe some rags.
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.
yes, but it will slide over the years so I would not
Yes on wood, no on smooth solid concrete
Concrete stain would be your bestbet. But u need to treat the surface before you stain. Go to Home Depot or Lowe's and ask for the prep info.
No, Naptha is not a strong enough solvent to remove wood stain from furniture. Use a paint and stain stripper instead. They are available in environmentally friendly versions along with versions that actually work.
frist you pee on it
u cant dummy
There are a few ways one can remove wood stain off of concrete. One way is to use a sandblaster to remove the stains. Another method is using wood bleach, water, and a scrubbing brush.
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soak it bleach and soap and hot water
You can stain balsa wood.
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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.