This is the exact same stain that we use when spraying our cabinet doors
in the tamarack color! Apply this stain to sanded raw wood material.
raw wood can be tricky. Be sure to stain a test piece prior to staining
you entire order. Barker Cabinets is not responsible for color match
issues. Some materials like Alder, Maple, red oak, etc tend to get
blotchy when stain is applied. Be sure to brush the stain on in the
direction of the wood grain itself. The customer is fully responsible
for the outcome when applying stain manually by hand.
water based wood stain (non toxic)
Always do a test on a spare piece
of wood to dial in your process and color. Some materials may become blotchy
when stains are applied. Apply this stain at your own risk.
1. Apply first coat of stain using
a foam brush, natural bristle brush, or rag. Brush on in the same direction of
the wood grain.
2. Allow the stain to dry for 30
3. Apply a second coat of stain
using the same method as above.
4. Allow the stain to dry for 48
5. Apply you choice of clear
finish over the stained wood (e.g. clear polyurethane in a satin sheen)