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Old 07-10-2010, 09:31 AM   #1
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oil based solid stain for wood


I'm refinishing some kitchen cabinets.I have them all sanded and tried a black stain but it did not give the effect i want.Idon't want to do 50 coats to get a solid black that still shows texture from the wood.I was recommened a oil based solid wood stain in black.I did a test area.Apparently, after doing some reasearch,I've learned that this stuff is really just another kind of paint.The question I have now is if I can use an oil based poly on top of My "solid wood stain"??

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oil based solid stain for wood


Yes you can.
You should look into wood dyes from Constantine.
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