This listing is for 5 stain swatches finished on blocks of reclaimed wood.  Please note which colors you would like in notes section at checkout.  Available finish colors:  Kona Ebony Weathered Grey Early American Dark Walnut Traditional Cherry American Walnut Ash Wheat Golden Mahogany Provincial Golden Oak Rustic Sage Worn Navy Black White White Wash Custom  Don't see a color you want? Let us know what you are looking for and we  will do our best to make exactly what you want!  Thanks for…

This listing is for 5 stain swatches finished on blocks of reclaimed wood. Please note which colors you would like in notes section at checkout. Available finish colors: Kona Ebony Weathered Grey Early American Dark Walnut Traditional Cherry American Walnut Ash Wheat Golden Mahogany Provincial Golden Oak Rustic Sage Worn Navy Black White White Wash Custom Don't see a color you want? Let us know what you are looking for and we will do our best to make exactly what you want! Thanks for…

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When I first started learning how to build furniture, I really didn't know  how to properly finish a piece and how to stain the wood. I remember my  very first build, a 4ft. chalkboard, I was so excited about it that I  didn't even sand the wood before I stained it! Fortunately, with stain, it  hides a lot of imperfections!  As I continued with my DIY furniture building, I learned a lot through  trial and error as well as some research on the best way to stain wood.  Today I am sharing m...

When I first started learning how to build furniture, I really didn't know how to properly finish a piece and how to stain the wood. I remember my very first build, a 4ft. chalkboard, I was so excited about it that I didn't even sand the wood before I stained it! Fortunately, with stain, it hides a lot of imperfections! As I continued with my DIY furniture building, I learned a lot through trial and error as well as some research on the best way to stain wood. Today I am sharing m...

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TIPS AND TRICKS FOR STANING WOOD - use a thin coat of stain conditioner applied with a foam brush first, always stir never shake stain, sand before not after staining

TIPS AND TRICKS FOR STANING WOOD - use a thin coat of stain conditioner applied with a foam brush first, always stir never shake stain, sand before not after staining

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There was one particular type of day in high school that was always the best.It wasn't pizza day at lunch or free day in gym or even movie day in English class. (Why in the world did the Demi Moore...

There was one particular type of day in high school that was always the best.It wasn't pizza day at lunch or free day in gym or even movie day in English class. (Why in the world did the Demi Moore...

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The Most Natural, Inexpensive Way to "Stain" Wood - Bless'er House
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The best, most detailed tutorial for staining lighter cabinets a darker color. She uses espresso/java stain, but any darker stain works. Monica still replies to emails if you need help during your project!

The best, most detailed tutorial for staining lighter cabinets a darker color. She uses espresso/java stain, but any darker stain works. Monica still replies to emails if you need help during your project!

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