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Pickled Oak Stain

ColorMagiQOriginal WoodStain
Pickled OakRed oak, finished natural
2 coats water based urethane
Pickled Oak - 1st coat
Pickled OakRed oak, finished natural
2 coats water based urethane
Pickled Oak - 2nd coat
Pickled OakRed oak, finished natural
2 coats water based urethane
Pickled Oak - 3rd coat

When “pickling” was popular, there were actually 3 stains that were used to “bleach” the red oak. You can have it your way by electing to stop after the first coat – which will show the most red, or add the 2nd coat which will make achieve the appearance of the most common “pickling” formula, or add the 3rd coat to get to the “bleached” white wood. This technique is also very good for repairing pickled floors.

Ebony Stain

Ebony – 3rd coat

ColorMagiQOriginal WoodStain
Ebony StainRed oak, finished natural
2 coats water based urethane
Ebony - 1st coat
Ebony StainRed oak, finished natural
2 coats water based urethane
Ebony - 2nd coat
Ebony StainRed oak, finished natural
2 coats water based urethane
Ebony - 3rd coat

Ebony is a color that may require a 4th coat, but in our testing, the third coat appeared very black。 Again, this wood started out as the white/red of red oak。

It is important to remember, that the existing base color of your wood, will affect how the ColorMagiQ Stain will appear. ColorMagiQ Stains are transparent, and show the grain. Our best results have come with between 1 and 3 coats of stain. With each coat there is more color, and slightly less woodgrain showing. Our experience has been that 3 coats is the most that is needed.

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