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Antique Walnut Wood Stain

 Antique Walnut Wood Stain


-a medium dark oil based wood stain from Tover

-somewhere between dark and light walnut stain

-to be applied with a floor buffer or a towel cloth

-will cover anywhere between 20 to 30 square M

-to be overcoated with a two pack water based sealer

-can be used on floors, furniture, frames, handles

-to be applied in one coat system directly on the wood

-to be applied on “unsealed” wood surfaces only

-suitable for commercial and domestic staining jobs

-rich colour, affordable, high coverage, multi use, oil based



Antique Walnut Wood Stain - Why antique


The Antique Walnut Wood Stain is the perfect wood stain for people who think that the light walnut wood stain is too light and the dark walnut wood stain is too dark. It looks amazing on furniture and garden benches. Also looks great on all types of semi solid and solid wood floors. It creates a rich finish even on cheaper types of wood.


Antique Walnut Wood Stain - Where to use


The Antique Walnut Wood Stain can be used on any type of softwood or hardwood surfaces. Many people use it to stain old furniture, frames, floors, handles, sculptures, etc. It dries very fast and it can enhance the look of any type of wood furniture. The Antique Walnut Wood Stain achieves great results on garden furniture as well. It looks at its best on medium dark wood surfaces like light oak or birch wood. One coat system is usually enough to achieve a perfect cool finish, but two coats can be done if a darker tone is required.


Antique Walnut Wood Stain - How to use


It is essential that you remove all pre-existing finishes from the wood surfaces and repair all the imperfections before staining. If you are planning to stain new wood surfaces, just make sure that the surface is dry and dust free. When 100% sure that the surface is ready for staining, put on a pair of gloves and start staining the wood surface.


Soak a cloth in the wood stain and start staining the wood surface. Go along with the wood fibre to ensure perfect even coverage and absorption. If some areas look darker or brighter than others, don`t worry about it, you can go over it one more time. Patches on the surface means that some areas have absorbed more or less than the rest of the surface. You have about 30 min to repair imperfections. After the wood stain has fully dried, you need to make sure that the surface is sealed with a two pack water based floor lacquer. You can also use solvent based floor finishes. If you are staining large wood floor surfaces, you can achieve better results and higher coverage by using a low speed floor buffer and a white pad.


Antique Walnut Wood Stain - Coverage area


The manufacturer indicates a coverage area of around 20 to 30 sq meters per 1L of wood stain. The actual coverage area will depend upon how you apply it, what type of wood you are applying it to and how skilled you are in the application process. But even if you are not an expert, you should be able to cover at least 25 sq meters per tin.


Antique Walnut Wood Stain


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