Natural Wood Stains Kitchen Products That Add Color To Your Woodworking
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Do you like staining wood but h*t* breathing the chemical fumes? Here are five natural wood stains you can find in your kitchen that really work! I tested each on a red oak board and a pine board.Oak accepts stains really well, but pine is less expensive and more readily available.
Staining pine can cause blotching.You can minimize this by applying a sealer such as shellac before staining.Natural wood stains on oak and pine.COFFEE To make the coffee stain, I poured boiling water over coffee grounds and let them soak for a couple hours.
Then I strained the grounds with a coffee filter and collected the liquid.I applied the stain with a soft rag.The first application doesn't color the wood very much.Let it dry, then apply another coat of coffee.
It took about three applications before the wood really started to darken.TEA I made the tea stain the same way as the coffee: just poured boiling water over tea bags, again making a strong brew.The nice thing about tea bags is that they make great applicators! WINE I figured red wine would easily stain wood.
As it turns out, it took three applications to slightly tint the wood.I like it,...