Wood Finishing Bring Your Next Project S Colour Onto A Level Playing Field
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Dyeing - An Introduction Photos by Vic Tesolin Of the many different means at our disposal for colouring wood, dyes are unique.Not only do they allow for blotch-free staining of cherry, maple and other hard-to-stain woods, but they can be used to custom-adjust the colour of commercially available water-based pigmented stains.
The benefits don't stop there, however, and that's why they've become a part of my finishing bag of tricks.I'm pretty sure that after you've tried them using the information I'll share with you here, you will embrace them too.
Why do we Colour Wood?Perhaps the most logical way to introduce you to dyes for staining wood is to firstly address the question of why one would even consider changing the colour of any wood.After all, isn't there a different wood available in every colour in the rainbow? To a certain extent, that is a true statement.
However, what do you do when you are making a table of expensive, difficult-to-source lumber and you can't afford to discard or trim down the boards that have some sapwood in them? You could easily stain those lighter sections using dyes to mimic the colour of the darker heartwood areas.
The same goes...