-the grey colour is very slightly visible in the grain
-will cover 20 to 30 square meter of floor per L
-to be applied with a cloth or a low speed buffer
-suitable for commercial and domestic projects
-to be overcoated with a two pack floor lacquer
-to be used on floors, furniture, frames, handles
-oil based wood stain, affordable, high coverage
Light Grey Wood Stain - Why light grey
You need to understand that this wood stain will not make your wood surface grey. It is only used to add a slight hint of grey. It cannot be used on any type of dark wood surfaces because it will not be visible at all.
Light Grey Wood Stain - Where to use it
The Light Grey Wood Stain is the ideal wood stain for pine furniture, pine floors and general pine wood surfaces. It does not change the look of the wood surface too much. Many people use Light Grey Wood Stain to stain photo frames, wood toys or window frames. This is not a wood stain for people that are looking for a big change. In many cases people might think that they have not applied the wood stain correctly. The stain is there, but you need to watch carefully to be able to see it.
Light Grey Wood Stain - How to use it
You do not need to do a lot of preparation to apply the Light Grey Wood Stain. You just need to make sure that the wood is dry, clean and sealant free. Any type of pre-existing finishes will have to be sanded up with fine grit sandpaper. A quick vacuuming all over the area and you are ready for staining:
Stir the tin well to create a perfect even colour
Soak the cloth in the wood stain and start rubbing it against the wood fibre
Put even pressure all over the surface to avoid creating uneven areas
Avoid touching painted surfaces or any other surfaces that do not require staining
Allow up to 8 hours to fully dry and then seal the surface with a two pack floor lacquer
If staining garden furniture, make sure to seal it with outdoor sealers
Light Grey Wood Stain - Coverage area
This stain, being such a lightly coloured wood stain, will cover over 30 sq meters of wood floor. If you are planning to stain wood floors, you will achieve a higher coverage area using a low speed floor buffer and a white pad.