Solvent-based Interior Wood Stain

Staining is merely a means of adding color to wood. Staining may be used to darken the wood, to bring out a grain pattern, to make one variety of wood look like another or to accent details or fixtures of a piece of furniture. Sheenlac Wood stains are Transparent type consist of Dyes and solvent and recommend for Interior wood work.

AREA OF USAGE

Wood furniture, cabinets, doors, windows, wall panelling, trim – not recommended for Exteriors

  • “14 wood tones available for Interiors.
  •  Inter-mixable and create new desired tone as per one’s taste.
  •  Solvent-based stains won’t raise the grain on the wood, so you won’t need to worry about sanding the finish.

Product Information

Available packs

200ml
500ml
1L
3L
5L

10L
20L

Storage

To be stored in a cool, dry & well ventilated place away from moisture, heat and direct sunlight.

Technical Data

Coverage

Coverage

**coverage may vary based on the type of wood used and the application methodology

Technical Data

Application Method

Padding/ Brushing/
Spray

Drying Time
@30⁰ c and 60% RH

30 minutes

Flash Point

Above at 65⁰ C

Application
“Staining dramatically and permanently changes the wood’s appearance, so always test a stain before applying on an area of the piece that won’t show–such as the bottom or back of a furniture. Because each stain produces a distinctive look on different types of wood, it’s crucial to use a scrap from the same wood as the furniture is made. If the test-piece looks blotchy when you apply stain, then first apply a liberal coat of Sheenlac Lacquer sanding sealer as a wood conditioner about 15 minutes before staining.
Apply more stain if you wish to darken the wood further. As it dries, the stained finish may take on a dull look. A fresh appearance will return when finish is applied later.”

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