How to Color Rustic Oak Furniture
Rustic Oak Furniture stain lets you add a shade too wooden furniture, as well as protection from the weather and wind. I have an open wood fiber, which means it needs filler before staining to achieve a completely even wood look.
Sand the furniture to level it. First use 120-slip paper, then 220-slip paper. Fill the wood fibers if a smooth texture is desired. Wood fillers make the surface of the Rustic Furniture completely smooth. Open-grain wood such as oak, of course, has small open grain on the surface. Wood fillers fill in these small parts and create a smooth surface. For the most natural wood look, do not use filler.
Paint a layer of wood sealer on the furniture, using a brush. Even wood does not need a sealer to get a stain, sealants help the wood absorb stains even more. For example, wood without sealer can put more stain along the ends of wood, as well as along the edges of a park bench, and will have an uneven color after dyeing. Paint a layer of wood stain on the Oak Furniture, using a brush. Apply the type of stain seems to be best according to the instructions on the stain packaging. The three main types of wood stains are oil-based stains, water-based stains and discoloration / finish combinations. Paint a layer of wood finish over the stain with a brush, unless the furniture has a layer of a spot / target combination. Finish helps to protect wood from scratches and prevents target color from decreasing uneven over time.