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Circa 1850 Fine Wood Stain

Circa 1850 Fine Wood Stain is designed to provide uniform staining on all unfinished interior wood surfaces. As a true oil-based stain, it highlights the natural grain of wood without causing any grain raise. As a "water-wash", Circa 1850 Fine Wood Stain is formulated to clean up easily with water. Circa 1850 Fine Wood Stain is available in 13 wood tones. Produced by Swing Paints.
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Make sure wood surface is clean, dry and free from any finish. Sand wood surface with fine sandpaper. Use Circa 1850 Wood Conditioner on soft woods and end grains prior to staining to assure uniform color. Apply Circa 1850 Fine Wood Stain with a brush or cloth. Wait 10 minutes then wipe off any excess. Clean up brushes, cloths, hands, etc., with warm water. Apply a second coat after 12 hours. Let dry for 24 hours prior to applying any finish.

BRAND: Circa 1850
Type: Wood Stain
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3.0

Fine for perfect wood surfaces...

By Skip

from New Haven CT

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      Comments about Circa 1850 Fine Wood Stain:

      Went on easily, but it is basically a product for perfect, unblemished wood. I tried using it after sanding and bleaching some water stained teak in my boat... If anything the wood looked worse due to the uneven stain penetration....

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