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Artic Wood Stain

Tover Artic Wood Stain


  • A white/brown light wood stain from Tover

  • Suitable for staining light wood surfaces

  • Can be used on floors, furniture, frames

  • To be applied with a cloth or a floor buffer

  • Requires overcoating with a two pack sealer

  • Recommended for commercial & domestic use

  • Will cover 20 to 30 sq meters per 1L of stain

  • Cheap, easy to apply, superb unique finish

  • Oil based wood stain with quick drying time



Artic Wood Stain - Why artic


This stain is suitable for people looking to achieve a scandinavian style light wood finish on bright coloured wood floors. If your pine floors are not up to your standards and you want a cooler “colder” scandinavian finish, then you should consider the Artic Wood Stain. It can be used on all wood surfaces.


Artic Wood Stain - Where to use


Compatible with all sealant free wood surfaces. It can be used to enhance the look of hardwood floors, semi solid floors, frames, furniture, windows, doors, handles, etc. make sure that the surface is sealant free, dry and dust free. Mostly recommended for internal use. 


Artic Wood Stain - How to use it


First of all, you will need to prepare the surface before staining. All wood stains have to penetrate the wood fully. Any pre-existing finishes will require removal before staining. Prepare sandpaper and start sanding the wood surface going along the wood fibre. You should start with grit 40 sandpaper and go up through the grits up to 100. Then vacuum the surface well and prepare for staining.


If you are staining new wood surfaces, you just have to make sure that the surface is fully dry before staining. An oil based wood stain will not be able to penetrate a wet wood surface. If you are sure that the wood surface is ready for staining, you need to prepare a pair of gloves and a towel cloth. 


  1. Stir the tin well to ensure an even colour

  2. Soak the cloth in the wood stain and rub the cloth against the wood - going along the fibre

  3. If some areas look patchy or uneven, go over one more time to even out the imperfections

  4. Avoid touching areas that are not supposed to be stained and be sure to clean any accidents fast

  5. Wait about 3-8 hours (varying from wood to wood) and seal the surface with a two pack water based floor lacquer



Artic Wood Stain - Coverage Area


Assuming that you know what you are doing, you should be able to cover at least 20 to 30 sq meters per L. If you are using a floor buffer to stain a wood floor, you will cover more than 50 sq meters per L. The type of surface being stained can also determine how much wood stain will be used. Some softwood surfaces are likely to absorb more.


Tover Artic Wood Stain

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