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Which is the most suitable stain for my wood repair project?

by Stains Paints WRP is America’s Leading distributor of Mohawk

Before you begin with a wood staining project, you will definitely think which stain is right for you.  There are plenty of products available on the market. And on top of that, the top manufacturers keep on rolling new products in the market from time to time. So, it becomes really difficult to decide which one is best for your wood repairing project.

You should ask yourself a few questions before ordering any particular stains and finishes.

What is the present coating on the wood?

If the wood is bare, it is easy to choose any stain or finish.  If it has already any kind of finish, you need to find out whether the options you are choosing will blend with your wood or not.

Why use good quality products?

You will find experts using good quality products like Enduro lacquer and Exterior 450 because they provide great results. You can also use them to give a new look to your wooden item.  They are long-lasting and quite effective.

What is the level of damage?

Before you apply Exterior 450 or any other type of stain, you should find out what is the extent of the damage.  If you have an older wood, you need to sand off the top layer for getting best results. If you are using a new wood, you can apply a solid-color stain for best results.

What type of wood you have?

 Softwood can easily accept any kind of stain. But ultra dense hardwood like Mahogany will accept only certain type of stains. So, you need to test beforehand to make sure the finish will penetrate nicely and dry.

Keep the above points in mind while you are choosing stains and finishes for your wood repair project.


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