Our range of stains penetrate deep into wood fibers and provide high quality grain definition and color. Use alone or under a finish.
Conditioner is used more on softwoods, pine, maple or birch to give a more even tone and pre-seal some of the wood pores so that stains can be absorbed more evenly. It may slightly lighten the wood.
Rather than obscuring the natural color of the wood, this type of stain is fairly translucent, and both absorbs and enhances the natural wood grain.
Water-based stains are suitable for most wood styles, but has the best results on hard, close-grained woods, like maple and birch. It leaves a clean, uniform appearance that can be used under any lacquer or varnish.
Wood alcohol stains are quick-drying finishes that are commonly used on furniture pieces for an elegant appearance.
Oil stains are formulated to penetrate deeply into wood fibers to provide excellent grain definition and rich color.