-very rich and very unique oil based wood stain from Junckers
-super coverage area, fast drying and amazing natural finish
-can be used to stain wood furniture and hardwood floors
-suitable for staining bright coloured wood furniture & wood floors
-to be applied with a cloth or a buffing machine when staining floors
-one of the most popular wood stains from Junckers wood finishes
-to be overcoated with a satin or a semi gloss water based lacquer
Junckers Mahogany Wood Stain 750ML - Where to use
The idea of any type of wood stain is to enrich and create unique finishes on floors without altering the natural look of the wood. Unlike paints, wood stains will not glaze the wood at all. Wood stains have no protective qualities and are designed as a colour only. All wood stains will require some type of finish over it. Junckers Mahogany Wood Stain 750ML is a professional wood stain that can be used for sealing wood furniture, wood floors, tools, handles, woodwork, etc. The stain will be fully absorbed by the wood and will make the fibre of the wood more visible. Junckers Mahogany Wood Stain 750ML is a highly popular wood stain. Some of Junckers best selling wood floors are finished with this wood stain so if your floor gets damaged over time and you want to recreate the same look, you can do so with Junckers Mahogany Wood Stain 750ML.
Junckers Mahogany Wood Stain 750ML - How to use
Staining wood floors and wood surfaces is not a job just for professionals. With a bit of common sense and a few basic tools, anyone can achieve amazing results. The most important thing about wood staining is to understand that only clean wood with no finish can be stained. If your floor or your furniture has some type of finish on it, you will have to remove it in full before staining. A wood stain has to penetrate the wood surface about 1 mm so it cannot do that if the wood is sealed. Sand the surface well with 40 grit sand paper, then 60, follow with 80 and finish with 100 or 120 grit sandpaper. When the surface is finish free, dry and dustless, you can prepare for staining. You will need gloves, a cloth and a tin of wood stain. Stir the tin well to create an even composition and soak the cloth in the stain. Rub the cloth against the wood until it is evenly coated. The wood will absorb all it can and the job is done. If some areas are darker than others, rub a bit more in that particular area. 1-2 hours later apply 2 coats of water based floor varnish from Junckers. Job completed.