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Oil woll not penetrate a water base stain
Many shops use oil stains to get the color they want on projects. Oil stains are widely available at paint stores, home centers and distributors and they are very easy to use because they provide a long working time. How do you get darker colors on dense wood? Or any wood for that matter? Here are seven suggestions:. Sand the wood to a coarser grit: The coarser the grit, the larger the sanding scratches and the more room for pigment to lodge.
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Frequently Asked Questions. Start your project confidently and get the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding wood staining. Q: I just put my first coat of polyurethane on my cabinet doors and when it dried it gives the doors a whitish residue in spots. I used red oak Varathane stain and let it sit for a week before I applied water based polyurethane. Can I try mineral spirits without damaging the project?
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Rawlins Paints receive a lot of calls about wood oils and which are the best finishes for specific interior and exterior woods. Wood oil is a protective and decorative wood finish, which can be applied over the top of wood stains or directly to bare wood and timber. Please note that as a wood finish, wood oil cannot be easily covered with varnishes or paint. Wood oil penetrates the wood, seeping in to replace and replenish natural oils which may be lost through exposure, age, and general wear and tear.
It would be nice if there was a simple yes or no answer to this question, but there is not. It depends on a number of factors, including how many coats have been applied, how long the stain has been on the walls, and which oil-based or petroleum stain is present on the wood surface. All too often a homeowner has no idea what is on the walls, let alone how many coats were applied. This approach is very risky, especially with a water-based, high performance film-forming finish like Lifeline.