manns classic oak stain

I’m pretty certain if I just apply a coat of stain it will result in an uneven colour with the bare areas taking up more stain than the rest. Types of Wood Finishes – Making Your Wood Beautiful! Always try a test area first and if you have any further questions please do let me know. If you have any further questions please do let me know. You may be able to apply a paint over the top but adhesion could be a problem with some types of paint. You could have a look at the Osmo Wood Wax Finish Transparent which has a few colours in it that may suit your needs. But I now see, on the Sadolin Extra Durable Wood Stain tin that was left with us, that it says ‘not suitable for use on floors or decking’. To keep it the same colour you could try the Osmo Polyx Oil Raw, which is designed to leave the floor looking as unchanged as possible. Would you be able to email me with some images and details of preparation and application method. Thank you for your inquiry, I can not recommend the Sadolin unless you are taking it back to bare wood. I have a lovely antique bed with some intricate designs framing the headboard. If so, what should be used instead? This is by far better than completing a major project to then be faced with the prospect of having to sand it all off and start again. I’ve recently bought a 1960s golden teak sideboard. This has involved removing the old lath and plaster ceiling and of course revealed the beams. i am keen to help and look forward to hearing from you. Because of waterpenetration, I have patches of grey water stains on the bottom of my window frames (scandinavian pine, varnished light oak colour). I think they are redwood but i more so like a walnutty tone. Hi, Alternatively you could have a look at the Manns Classic Oak Stain to colour match and finish with a Clear Oil from Osmo. These are available in sample sizes and if you have a inconspicuous area that you can do a small test on, I would expect this to go over an existing oil with out any problems. Can we stain darker over this wax oil, or do we, Heaven forbid, have to sand again? Wood staining products penetrate the wood rather than sitting on top of it. Thanks in advance. It can often be the case that when applying a finish over filler that there can be some colour difference. These will colour and protect in one. Thank you for your question, I would say that yes you are able to use a solvent based oil over the top, should a test area prove positive. Many thanks for the comprehensive reply. They are intended for bathroom use and will have the washbasins sitting on the top. Colour matching in the wood finishing industry is notoriously difficult, but not impossible. I can recommend a product that will help to make the wood moisture repellent. I have made 5 picture frames, veneering each of the marine plywood carcasses with birds eye maple into which I have routed a channel to accept a black diamond patterned inlay banding. I really like timber kitchen worktops, but have bought kitchen units that are a soft taupe colour. We also have a Blog all about White wood finishes that would be worth you having a read of. I would recommend sanding in the direction of the grain with a belt sander before further application. Hi we currently have our kitchen installed with all solid wood parawood flooring and we want to sand this down and then give it a grey colour. Would you be able to email me with details of which product you have used? This is a water-based stain that is very versatile. Hope that helps – Sam. Using the right type of cleaner will help to prolong the life of the oil, normal household cleaners can damage or strip the oil over time. For water based stains you could have a look at the Manns Classic Pine Stain or Manns Classic Oak Stain these are versatile to use and can be intermixed or lightened by adding water. What do you suggest I use to make the new door look similar to the old doors? I gather there can be problems of the stain fading or getting rubbed off though without some seal. Why did it take so long to dry and how long would I have needed to wait to fully dry out if I hadn’t sealed it? If you’re staining large areas like floors, cabinets and doors, oil-based stains are best because you are less likely to get dried-on marks when some areas dry faster than others. This product may darken the wood slightly and give what we call the ‘ wet look ‘ and so it is important to always try a test area first. It is quite possible that the varnish will highlight rather than hide any patchiness you have and so its worth trying to get a smoother more even finish if you can. I have the unfinished veneer(burr walnut) ready to cut to size, but need to know what the best product is to stain and finish it. Quite a dilemma for you, the extra sanding can have a affect on the absorption and finish that you will achieve on the the leaf in comparison with the rest of the table. I have a light oak (I think) limed g-plan dining table which had been stripped and painted. They are not for support just a feature we wanted to add. Many products will pool in to pits and gaps in the wood, but if you have a coarse brush for these areas you should be able to work the Oil/Wax out. Think of thin dark gray “veins”. Some years ago I purchased a few pieces of M&S Sonoma Dark furniture and it’s been great, so much so that I’m now looking to add a few more pieces. French Oak or Light Oak are possibilities but you need to choose based on the colours you can see on the wood itself, and then seal with a clear product, such as Holzol Worktop Oil for protection. Hi, I bought a prestained and varnished dining set in deep red, pine I think because of the uneven grain where I sanded it all off one edge. Do you have any suggestions? If you are able to get some photos taken in natural light both close up of the problem areas and from a distance and also the other areas of the table for comparison. Gary. So this could be a good product for bringing the boards to a close match. i have a rosewood fire surround but would like to change it to a pine effect color what paint would you recommend to use it already has a protective coat on it but would really like to chnge it to a pine effect to match the rest of the house any thoughts thanks. If you are able to find this product or a similar alternative then a Top Coat product is the next thing you will need and for this I would recommend Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra 420 again for the exterior area, which you should be able to source somewhere in Australia. This product will give a good level of water repellency and protection from the natural fading process. It is available in colour and will add a refreshing look to your wood. Secondly I wonder whether you could suggest a finish for a huge chunk of cedar of lebanon which we’ve recently had made into a table top for outside use. Applying a light stain will simply maintain the colour that is already on there or even darken it slightly. John. The colour pigments are usually heavier than the solvent or water carrier so tend to be more concentrated at the bottom of the tin or container. With this product you can choose a colour to be made up using our RAL chart. We don’t do an external stain as such because these tend to be ineffective for external use, we do have coloured Oils however which would be better for you to use. And then a top coat of the Manns Trade Bar Top Lacquer . In all honesty we would always recommend sanding back to the bare wood in order to change the colour of Furniture like this. brown. There is a good product for Varnish removal, it’s called Paint Panther Paint and Varnish Remover and is a quick effective way to strip products like Varnish and Paint. Thank you for getting in touch. It is important to ensure that the wood has dried as trapping moisture in the wood can cause mould and mildew to form in the future. I have an old vono bed that has wooden head and footboards that need sanding and either staining or dying, not sure which would be better as am new to this. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please let me know if you have any further questions please let me know. This can guide you on the best preparation and application methods for your project. Lightening already treated wood is very difficult and the best thing to do is remove all existing treatments so you are back to bare wood. I hope that helps and if you have any questions please feel free to get back in touch. Bev. Unresolved: Release in which this issue/RFE will be addressed. Test areas are key with your project to get the finish that you want. Hi. 3 Stain the bare wood itself first with this dye then when fully dry spray the nitro cellulose gloss laquer over the top. It’s best to apply water-based products with a synthetic brush. The Version table provides details related to the release that this issue/RFE will be addressed. I recently sanded the whole of my pine upper floor (4 rooms) and then applied 2 coats of Dark Teak Manns Pine Wood Stain and 3 coats of Manns Extra Tough Interior Varnish. I want to have a bright yellow to give some light to the lobby but also want to show the grain. I have also tried Fiddes Hard Wax oil on the dye and direct to the ply. This would need to be removed in order to try to colour match the darker furniture that you have. You can seal this with Manns Extra Tough Interior Varnish, which will darken the colour of the stain slightly. Thank you for you inquiry, you could have a look at the Fiddes Hard Wax Oil. You would need to do a test area first, allowing the varnish to completely dry for a couple of days to ensure that the new and old varnish are compatible with each other. I have tried Mann’s Light Yew and Honey which are nor bad but again all lose their brightness. A general question, hoping to draw on your experience. It is an oil that soaks into the surface of the wood and leaves it looking and feeling very natural whilst giving great protection. We have a 1930s pine banister rail which we have stained with Liberon light oak wood dye and waxed with Briwax Antique Brown. I started with gel stain and it was a mess so I re sanded it and tried again, still didn’t look right, chemically stripped then sanded and applied a min wax stain. Can you advise the best stain to use and what if any breathable non lacquer or varnish seal, prior to waxing? I would recommend looking at the Fiddes Hard Wax Oil Tints. These are pigmented (coloured) varnishes that are ideal for softwood and hardwood projects, including doors and windows, for extra-long lasting protection. What could I get to achieve this look as I want to avoid a yellowy wood look. Do you think with sanding these will come up the same colour and also what finish would you suggest considering this is a dining table and gets a lot of use – wax or varnish. A clear Varnish will naturally darken the wood and give it a smooth shiny appearance. You could try giving a wipe down with some White Spirit to see if this will remove the finger prints. You might be bored of the colour. Thank you. Angela. Hope that helps -Sam. Hi i have a pine cabinet (orangey) would jacobean be ok to cover iy. 4) will rough sanding mean ugly finish? The oil is dependent on how saturated the wood currently is but as a guide if the oil was applied within the last 2 – 3 years on a teak substrate it is unlikely to take further oil at this time. I prefer something that requires less maintenance, lasts and that highlights the natural timber grain on the door. Any ideas please? Pastels are also oil-based, giving you a lovely pastel colour while highlighting the grain. Alternatively, see our FAQ page which covers many of our most commonly asked questions. Hi You can always wipe small areas off and back on to check progress. Are you able to tell me little more about your project please. We want to keep the wood with a natural colour, what would you recommend for coating the shutters and keep that natural pine colouring. And you can adjust the water based stain if you want to before applying. Rosewood can be quite a dark wood, with a strong red tinge and I would expect that lightening too a Pine may be a difficult project. And if you have any questions please do not hesitate to let me know. Experiment on scrap wood or a small area on the real thing first, Wipe down your beautifully sanded surface with a damp cloth to remove any debris, Put on your rubber gloves and stir the wood stain thoroughly. Is the Wardrobe bare wood or finished with a wax, oil or varnish? Thank you for your enquiry, if you can email me with details of what is currently on the doors and skirting an what look you are hoping to achieve as well as the type of wood you are applying to, I may be able to narrow down some options for you, please get in touch via our contact us page. Polish can be used on a range of surfaces including bare wood and lacquered. It may be necessary to treat the mould with a mould and mildew remover such as Barrettine Mould and Mildew Spray. Wipe over with a damp cloth to remove any sanding dust and then re apply the stain as evenly and quickly as possible, one long stroke across the full length of the table and work down quickly to avoid join marks. The least expensive, other than pine, are – in ascending order – ayous, ash, and steamed beech. A lot of sanding has made it a little better, but it doesn’t feel right to keep sanding and I need some advice please. An alternative option would be to apply a Water-Based Stain and then an Interior Varnish to finish it. Perhaps email some photos to me via our contact us page and I will happily take a look for you. If the floor was sanded in a circular motion, then this is likely to be the cause of the streaky marks that you are getting, the Oil will be highlighting these imperfections in the wood. The same is true even if sticking with the same type of wood. With so many factors to take into account when choosing a colour for a wood finishing project, our advice is to always do a test area first on the actual wood to be stained and finished. So for Interior woods such as doors, architrave and furniture you could have a look at Manns Extra Tough Interior Varnish and for flooring you could look at the Manns Extra Tough Floor Varnish. It is a flexible filler idea for this type of gap. I should add that my DIY level is only semi-competent amateur, but I’ve never attempted anything like this before… I don’t even know what sort of finish is on the furniture (it doesn’t *seem* like varnish or, at least, it’s not shiny and years of use haven’t worn it through like I might’ve expected with varnish, and I’m not sure it’s wax either as dragging a fingernail over it doesn’t leave a mark… about all I can say with certainty is that water droplets sit on the surface rather than soak in and you can feel the grain of the wood if you run your fingertips lightly over it). Thank you. I’m not sure what protective coating has been applied to the surface of the wood. Im concerned that it could turn yellow over time if I don’t treat it soon. You can also buy varnish-based wood stains like Sadolin Extra Durable Wood Stain. contact us page. Do you have any recommendations? And then a top coat product, such as a Hard Wax Oil that will seal and protect the floor as well as enhancing the colour and natural look and feel of the wood. Always use the best quality products you can afford. Wipe over with some White Spirit first to clean and degrease the surface. Any suggestions please. It looked amazing, however the wax has started to bubble in places. I wouldn’t expect the Dark Teak to create a green hue to it as the base colour for this is red. Hi Sam, All these recommended stains require a top coat product for protection and I am happy to advice further on this if you should wish to email me with details of you project and requirements. The Teak or the Medium Oak looks to be the closest colour but different screen resolutions can make it difficult to tell and the only real way to know will be with teat areas on the wood that you are treating. I have a Rosewood wardrobe that has been sitting in a damp shed for over a year now, and the wood is looking a bit worse for wear with some mould starting to show. I have mahogany windows that have gone silver on the outside. I can not give exact stains colours to solve the problem as screen resolutions and photos do not always give a true colour but I can guide you in the right direction. I am sorry I could not be of more help. Wax does not dry hard either, it can help to protect the wood and is a traditional treatment but it does not cure to a solid finish and this is why you are getting some rubbing off. But how easy is this? What paint is being used, and what colour? If you are applying it to bare wood then yes, any previous product left on the surface may prevent penetration of the Tung Oil. I put a clear satin vanish on them (wicks own brand). Another question please: inserting the new planks have left @2-3mm gaps between some of the planks. This is not an issue if over-coating with a water based varnish / lacquer or wax. In truth it now looks bad, were the filler was put stands out from a distance. For the best result however a Morrells wood lacquer will be the best option, for more advice please feel free to get in touch via our contact us page. However, the wood appears, to me at least, to be somewhat faded overall. It would be great to see the finished project if you have time to send us some photos to share on our social media sites – Sam. I think it might be a Danish oil in matt finish. If you ave a read up of the products recommended and feel free to let me know if you have any further questions. For the seat area the above Osmo products also have clear oils in the range that you could use or alternative colours that may suit. Is there any way to lighten these so they look more comparable to an oak finish? I hope that helps and please do not hesitate to get in touch via our contact us page for further advice. One product you could have a look at to start with is the Fiddes Oxalic Acid Crystals this can be used to lighten wood, however it should be done with care, test areas should be carried out on spare wood or and inconspicuous area as it will alter the wood permanently and it is important to ensure that this is the correct product for your project. Thanks. If it is currently oiled then you can only apply and oil or perhaps a wax. Your Community in Focus: Find a local business or service. Hi Im refurbishing an old singer sowing machine table ive DA’d it to a 1000 grit its like glass now to me the veneer looks like oak but I really dont know i wonder if you could advise what is the best type of stain to use, I believe the colour dark walnut. Test area are key to getting the finish that you want. White Spirit and Methylated Spirit are also great de-greasers and wood cleaners, Next, sand the old surface to provide a clean, fresh key for your wood staining product. It is always worth doing a test area first to ensure that you like the colour, as I’m sure you are aware the colours on screen are only a guide and tones may vary depending on the wood that you are applying it to. Always try a test area first. Once it is a bit clearer what is currently on there I can advice further, you can get in touch via our contact us page. For instance you can lighten the colour by adding a little water or you can intermix with other colours to get an altogether different tone. If you are unable to achieve an even finish when doing this you may need to consider removing it all and starting again. My problem is that it looks orange in my sitting room. Whatever your motivation, using a wood stain rich in pigments on bare or stripped-down wood changes the colour and also highlights the lovely grain. For example, a water-based stain can be diluted with water to lighten the shade. For paint over a paint situation you may like to look at a product such as the Ronseal Garden Paint or even the Ronseal Decking Rescue Paint but test areas are strongly recommended. Colour matching can be so difficult on wood and without seeing the wood and colours that you are referring to it is difficult for me make any suggestions. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply. One product you could consider is the Osmo Wood Wax Finish Transparent. Sadolin recommend that Extra Durable Woodstain is not used on decking due to its high surface build and shiny finish. There are a wide range of colours available in this range and because its water-based, you can lighten slightly by adding water to try and achieve a similar look on both surfaces. Please enter your comment! 2) will the previous red colour seep through if I don’t sand it all off or use a conditioner ( can’t afford an electric sander for the former and want it ‘really black’ for the latter) Every piece of wood is different. You can get in touch via our contact us page. If the oil Older then you could consider a fresh coat after the right preparation. Or is it possible the sheen of the satin varnish will correct it? I wouldn’t advice using cleaning products unless they are natural or PH neutral and even then I would try a teat area, as these could also mark the bare wood. You might need to resort to coarse paper then work your way up to finer (120 – 150 Grit) sandpaper to finish, or dive straight in with a light paper when there’s less preparation to do. The new frame is softwood and the sill is hardwood. As the natural colour of the wood will always have a major influence on the colour of the applied wood finish. I can see there is a range of oil based stains that i can use however I wanted to paint the shed grey to match the fence. You could have a look at the Manns Classic Pine Stain to get the colour. Are there any products that you can recommend for firstly bleaching (oak or iroko) and then staining (oak or iroko) in that direction? Firstly, your site and comments are brilliant – thanks so much for a wonderful online resource! Put a couple of drops of oil ( vegetable or Olive from the kitchen cupboard would be fine ) on a inconspicuous area and leave for an hour. The first product to look at will be a Tinted Hard Wax Oil such as Osmo Polyx Oil Tints or Fiddes Hard Wax Oil Tints both of these will colour and protect at the same time so you would just need two coats of the product and you are done. This would be the only way to get an even finish as it will allow the Oil to soak into the surface of the wood like the surrounding areas. Many thanks. I like the doors on the shelf so to speak but don’t quite like the colour on display. Have a look at the product and if you have any questions please feel free to let me know. Most of it is fairly flat but some parts would be difficult to sand as there are raised curves with a dip in between. But I’ve bought the oak vaneer skirting and archs so it matches. It is easy to patch repair should it get marked or stained. You could have a look at the Manns Classic Pine Stain to see if there is a colour that would match. This very much depends on the type of wood being stained and the stain used. However the wood’s color is uneven. Is it possible to paint it grey on top of the oil based treatment that is already on it? I do understand that I should do some testing/experimenting for myself, but with so many variables, I’d like to start with the most promising possibilities. Thank you for your inquiry, you could use the Manns Classic Oak Stain. The close grain can make it harder for absorption to take place and so care to apply thin coats is required. Thanks in advance. Thank you for your enquiry. Cheers, Nick. Water-based wood stains deliver an even colour and won’t absorb unevenly like oil-based wood stains can. I have a teak staircase and I want to change the colour to a light oak can this be done Diana. Once you have the desired colour you could use the Manns Extra Tough Floor Varnish to seal the surfaces. They smell less and dry faster, usually within a couple of hours. Feel free to contact are resident experts who will be happy to discuss this project and make some recommendations based on the desired look and finish required. You may find that the hardwood has a longer drying time but will still give great protection. I’m looking for a dark honey colour but nothing orangey. Is it available easily, in UK? To avoid them going grey we want to stain them in either light or dark oak. Thankyou. I’m trying to achieve a pale grey driftwood type finish on both, but after trying so many testers I’m really not getting anywhere. In between every coat I lightly hand sanded the surface before the next one and made some attempt to remove the dust with a wet cloth. The middle part of the floor is darker as it was untreated and covered with rug in the past. I’m new to woodworking, and largely self-taught through online videos. Apologies for the delay in getting back to you. I would like to apply a clear non glossy sealant to protect against spills etc. You can remove the Danish Oil with some White Spririt so that you are back to bare wood . Some fillers will take the product better than others and blend but some will highlight the colour difference. The wax that is bubbling could be down to humidity and temperature changes within the bathroom, but its difficult to say. Hello – I am staining pine stair treads and painting the risers. I would now like to stain the top of the rail with a walnut colour and paint the bannister posts white. The doors have not yet had their polyurethane varnish, any tips on removing the grease off the veneered door before I apply the varnish? Here’s a handy YouTube video about how to stain wood: We provide a huge range of water, solvent and oil-based wood stains for tinting more or less any wooden, cork or stone surface you can think of – inside and out! Hi, I’m in a bit of a bind and hoping you can help. Wax would be suitable to use, but you may find that an Oil would be better around heat and won’t come away when you lean on it. And any other details that may be relevant, and I can narrow down some options for you to consider. If they had stayed mahogany I wouldn’t mind, but to me it looks like it’s dirty. This will darken the colour slightly. It is not that I am looking for the lazy way out. Softwoods include pines, firs and cedars. I have just treated 2 new internal solid oak floors with Osmo Wax Finish antique oak. 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