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Green Wood Stain

-A fun and unique oil based wood stain from Tover

-suitable for staining furniture and hardwood floors

-to be applied with a cloth or a low speed floor buffer

-requires overcoating with a sealer

-will cover between 20 to 30 sq meters per Litre

-looks great on kids bedroom floors & furniture

-ready to use, no dilution required before use

-will add a hint of green to the fibre of the wood

-to be applied only on bright types of wood/floors

Green Wood Stain - Why green

It may seem crazy to use a green wood stain but this unique wood stain will transform white floors and furniture into a fun and vibrant colour. Great for kids bedroom floors and furniture, will instantly brighten up a room. Also good for exterior garden furniture. 1 or 2 coats will do the trick. 

Green Wood Stain - Where to use

You can use it on any solid or semi solid wood surface. Most people use Tover green wood stain to stain kids bedrooms, playrooms, kids furniture, garden furniture, wood toys, sculptures, etc. One coat of wood stain will create a light green finish and the second coat of stain will create a deeper green colour. Bear in mind that the wood stain has to be sealed with a water based or a solvent based sealer. If you are staining garden furniture, make sure that the sealer you use is suitable for “exterior” use.

Green Wood Stain - How to use

You need to assess the surface and prepare for staining. The wood stain can only be applied on a clean and sealant free surface. If the surface was varnished or waxed before, you will need to remove the finish with sandpaper. Start with 40 grit sandpaper and then use 60, then 80, then 100 grit. Make sure that the surface is dry, dust free and fully sealant free.

You can use a cloth to stain small surfaces or you can use a floor buffer and a white floor pad to stain large wood floors. Start with the edges and rub the cloth on the wood surface going along the wood fibre. Allow the wood to absorb whatever it needs and remove the excess. After you are done with the edges, start staining the whole area. If some areas look darker or brighter, it means that either there is too much or too little wood stain on these areas, apply the same pressure on the entire area to ensure even distribution. Job done. 5-8 hours later you are ready to seal the stain. Use a two pack water based floor lacquer or a solvent floor lacquer.

Green Wood Stain - Coverage

1L of wood stain should be enough for staining a large living room or 3 bedrooms. The recommended coverage area is around 20-30 sq meters per 1L but it can vary from floor to floor. A floor sanding specialist can achieve over 50 sq meter with 1L

Green Wood Stain

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