Questions about: stain

For a simple table that I built I reused the slab of wood that originally was the top of a 1970s wooden government desk. The slab is incredibly heavy, with a nice hardwood veneer on the top and bottom. The core of the slab is just particle board thou
Debbie said, “I have had porcelain tiles laid in my en-suite. Within a day they were showing smeary marks where they had gotten wet from the shower. I was devastated until my tiler husband told me that there is a wax coating on them and that he hadn’
Primer performs important functions on interior walls, including blocking stains and improving adhesion of the topcoat. When painting previously painted walls that are not peeling or chipping, have not been patched or repaired and are not drastically
What is a good stain or resource for info on stains I could use on my masterpiece? My concern is small kids getting it on their hands and putting their hands in their mouths, so it has to be completely non toxic. For wooden utensils, I've used minera
Water can run for some distance inside a ceiling before finding a path to visibility, so the leak might not be where you think it is. Check all the radiators above the first floor for visible leaks or wetness. The leak could be very small and intermi
In this article, we’re going to talk about the different types of stains – which are the best deck stains and which are the worst deck stains to put on your wood. If you’ve been doing any research on how to stain a deck or patio, you’ve probably noti
Select the deck stain and sealant products of your choice. Look for stain products that are rated for longest wear, particularly in locations where the deck is exposed to a lot of sunlight for long periods every day. Cheap products are not worth the
A unique design with strips in different sizes creating the look of a renovated, reclaimed wood floor. The aged edges, cracked knots, saw cut structures and variations in colour and dimensions all add to the distinct character of these floors. The na
It may be very difficult to remove this. Wood and water are generally not good companions. On top of that oak is a very porous wood and the water and accompanying discoloration that it leaves behind may very well have penetrated down into the wood mo