I can’t figure out how to attach the photo to this comment but if you want to see it I could send it to your email. Once again, I used Annie Sloan Dark Wax over the wood, and then used Minwax Polyurethane on top. Continue over the entire surface, burnishing in small circles until satisfied. Let it dry for 30 minutes and then sand the walnut by hand with a folded piece of 180-grit sandpaper. Varathane 8 oz. Just plain, simple, cheap, new pine. I’m a former Cosmetology teacher and after the 10th comment about wood conditioner, it finally clicked. When my father built us a baby cradle, he insisted that the way “the pro’s” do a nice finish is to stain the wood (Maple in this case), follow with however many coats of poly you like, then apply a coat of wax over the poly and buff it in with an electric buffer (like one of the ones that fits on an electric drill). Any recommendations for a different wax? I just wanted to chime in that polyurethane over the wax might not be a good idea: Q. Of course, these are also the same people who can make regular ole polyurethane look like a million bucks with a hand rubbed finish. Regarding a wax coating not being durable… I assume you’re referring to a hand-rubbed product like the Annie Sloan waxes. Pine is rather a soft wood, will it hold up for a dining table? If your pad becomes sticky or wears too smooth, make another one. This will also help somewhat in sealing any knots to reduce pitch bleed. I love the matte finish, which has a very slight sheen to it. ð I guess that won’t work. Let the oil soak into the wood for 30 minutes and wipe it off. Not exactly, but they were all cut from the same piece of lumber. We’ve considered using pine planks like in the old houses in our area. She has 2 young boys and has every meal at that table with no special care. –> http://www.popularwoodworking.com/projects/staining-pine. I’m still working on the bathroom makeover, but here’s a peek at how the countertop turned out…, No orange or yellow grain in sight! My husband just finished a wall of Beetle Kill pine. It seems maybe I can see a bit of lines from the saw blade? After sanding, liberally wet the surface of the walnut with a cloth saturated with penetrating oil. Walnut has a chocolate color prized by craftsmen and woodworkers. In the the article you mention, he’s talking about using a sealer after the stain and before a varnish-type finish. Actually very similar in color to your last board with just one coat.. No pine grain shows through it at all. Hooray for finding something that works well! Wait 24 hours and repeat by wetting the surface with oil and wiping it off immediately after the application. ð. Ty That will be the easy part. I would personally be a bit scared of trying it on a floor. over wax. Just came in via Pinterest (againm!). When it was dry, I added a coat of Minwax Polyurethane. Slightly weathered and matte. Each plank is 18″ wide. Wow, that’s red. Get ultra-fast results and rich, even color with Rust-Oleum® Wood Care Ultimate Wood Stain. General Finishes High Performance Topcoat is now my go-to topcoat that I use over painted finishes (I used it on my kitchen cabinets, and it’s amazingly durable), as well as stained finishes. I want a table just as you described but looking at them I am seeing prices from $2100 to $3500 depending on where I am shopping. This is my favorite, and it was a four-step process. Whatever you choose, I’m sure it’ll turn out great. It does an incredible job taking out water marks from old doors — which is why I bought it! Awful. If you follow the link that I added at the bottom of this post, you’ll see one of my more recent projects where I bleached pine before staining it, and it turned out beautifully. That piece you bought certainly qualifies as “crazy grain”! I have had fantastic results with both of these. Hi Kristi, It looks promising! Now I only have to buy a few products to achieve that look rather than a dozen with 70% of them being failures. https://www.addicted2decorating.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/DIY-cart-1.jpeg, https://www.addicted2decorating.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/DIY-cart-2.jpeg, Merralyn, I uploaded your pictures so that Janice and others could see. But then I wiped everything with almost a dry brush technique using Minwax Espresso stain. No matter how much wood conditioner, or how many coats of medium or light stain I use, that awful grain is still there…and accented in a way that I don’t find pretty at all. Yes, if the wood being stained is soft or porous. Iâve searched high and low and none of the âcopycatâ finishes even come *close* to what Iâm looking for. When the kids were young they would scratch each other’s names into the wood to try and get a sibling in trouble… When one son was old enough and talented enough to refinish the whole thing we made him do it ð. I would not have the patience to go through all of those steps…so glad you have done it and given your steps so clearly. Your experience with Annie Sloan wax is exactly why I’m not going to use it as a final coat. Done! I did have to mix the dark and light tung oil to get the finished color I wanted. Finish by spraying another coat of lacquer on the walnut just as you did the first time. The difference between pine and walnut … I did three coats in order to get basically the same depth of color on each board. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about pine with walnut stain? How amazing that you have a table made partially from wood that came from your house! I would love the color of this table you’ve done to be how the floors look. And cheap, in my humble opinion. I do wonder how the wax-over-poly finish would work on a dining table that’s used every day. It’s all a solid beautiful medium brown and it’s not opaque or streaky like water based gel stains. The pine turned more gray than anything. Front Porch & Exterior Makeover (In Progress), My Newly Refinished Wood Bathroom Countertop (And A Peek At The New Cabinet Color), General Finishes High Performance Topcoat, My Dining Room/Pantry Decision (You’ll Probably Be Surprised! Just a quick question. Thanks. And I always prefer to use Rust-Oleum wood stain on pine because you can literally paint it on like paint (just not quite as thick as paint) and it’ll still dry completely in a relatively short amount of time, and you can cover up as much of that crazy pine grain as possible. It dries fast, you only need two coats to seal and protect, and it's user friendly. American Walnut | Stain on pine, American walnut, Staining wood floors. He laminated some of pine studs together (removed from my house while doing initial renovation) and turned those for the legs. Here’s a good article that discusses shellac washcoat thickness. From the site: After the final sanding, you can apply a stain of your choice, or move on to the finishing. (Speaking of new oak, that is. That way it’s easier to cover up all of the crazy yellow and orange grain. I found myself wishing I had a way to rip it into boards and then a nice planer to get it smooth and piece it together into a tabletop or a bench. Minwax Dark Walnut. Hi! Just want to give you one more suggestion – I have had very good luck with Gel stain- not as easy to find – but much more workable and buildable – goes really far too – Not Milwaukee – General finishes or Old Masters. Did you like the results? It’s made of pallets, packing crates, and 1″x12″x12′ boards from a reuse center, so I have lots of different looks in the same species. Did all of the samples have comparable grain before you stained them? It can be finished with or without stain, reflecting a warm ambiance due to a complex grain pattern that wanders and ripples. I love it when I can make connections like that! But I know that your table will turn out nice and I will like it because every project you have done has turned out really well. That was actually part of the reason I used it over the paint. I totally respect and am all too familiar with your budget restrictions. American Walnut embodies the richness of chocolate mixed with slight undertones of red wine. 99 Rust-Oleum 260143 Ultimate Wood Stain, Quart, Golden Oak 5 out of 5 stars 11 Hold the gun 8 inches from the walnut at a 30-degree angle. That grain almost looks fake to me…but it’s real. I didn’t want the orange tone that I got and the 2×4’s stained differently than the 1x’s. Thank you so much for a very quick reply! It penetrates into the wood, and helps the stain to go on more evenly to prevent blotchiness. The owner sells on eBay as well. It turns even the ugliest wood into a beautiful piece. Do you think this method would work on Ikea butcher block countertops? A modern twist on classic shades, this boldly confident color brings a sense of rich luxury. Ive used a wood conditioner before staining and it really makes a difference on how the stain looks on pine. The table from Williams-Sonoma is made of pine. Also, I repurpose furniture for a living. Sku #: 997586. How to Remove Scratches on Interior Doors, How to Remove a Dark Stain From Knotty Pine, The Best Way to Preserve Oil-Stained Wood. I used on my daughters table (found at thrift store) and 3 years later it still looks like the first day. The wood bleach kit that I used is pretty inexpensive, so it might be worth the purchase to test it out on your wall (or rather, on a scrap piece of wood from the wall). I’m making drapes now and referring to your experience to help me, thank you. I think your favorite is pretty but kind of splotchy. I’m confident that I can actually build the table. Definitely not the look I’m going for. This post is older and you don’t show a finished product, but I’d be very interested to see. If you have pine wood and want to stain it so it looks like oak, you can do so by adding a few extra coats to darken it up. And here’s a look at the last three samples that all used the Annie Sloan Dark Wax in comparison to my control sample #1 with just the stain. And when you get that much pronounced grain on a large item like a dining table, it looks so incredibly busy. I guess I’m asking what is the cost differential between pine and oak, walnut etc? But just one question…… Why pine? I think that’s awful. And I don’t know if you’ve ever tried to stain new pine, but it’s tricky. I want my table to end up with a warm medium brown finish. I knew if I tried just poly, I’d end-up with drips or bubbles or something. We love the honey brown you came up with. I hand-rubbed it because I didn’t have a buffer attachment handy. The grain in each sample is quite different and using the same piece would give a more realistic ideas of each recipe’s effects. It is important to understand that once you wax a piece of furniture, you cannot apply polyurethane, Lacquer, shellac, varnish, urethane, etc…. You may not have a problem right away, but it will be a problem. I use it on all my outdoor furniture, my front door (inside and outside), and it lasts exceptionally well!This looks glossy at first but quickly cures to a soft sheen. But back to reality…I’ll be building my table out of pine. However, I’ve had great success with General Finishes Gel Stain in Antique Walnut. Wipe on and immediately wipe off. It’s crazy pine grain! But the overall color just wasn’t quite warm enough for me. ð. ... Second Row: 1) OM American Walnut, 2) OM Espresso, 3) OM Fruitwood 4) OM Dark Walnut, 5) MV Provincial. It is one of the softer of the hardwoods, ranking only 5 on a hardness scale, with 10 … I’ve watched at least two videos from pro woodworkers/furniture makers on YouTube who used it that way. Would that work on wood that was previously finished but stripped? Or create other problems such as difficulty in working with it? Should be easy, right? And just to be sure that my last (favorite) sample wasn’t some kind of fluke, I decided to test my method on a piece of Select Pine lumber from Home Depot. (Speaking of new oak, that is. If you can’t find it in your area let me know, I would be happy to send you what you need to try it. I’m not sure if anyone has suggested this as admittedly, I did not read all of the comments. Just brush it on and let it set for about 20 minutes, then you can apply the stain of your choice. I have a question about the Annie Sloan wax? Whether or not he likes it it’s a common practice when using an oil stain and a water-based varnish. I personally have not tried it but plan to…those that use it love it. I finally gave up, sanded them down to bare wood, and just oiled them with mineral oil, and then kept them oiled on a regular basis. Attempting to add another coating â such as Annie Sloan Lacquer or another varnish or even polyurethane â over a wax finish is futile. Pick a stain for the pine that matches the color of the oak. I wonder if there might be a place like that in your area. Just some suggestions for you…looking good and I was going to suggest select pine as I was reading your post and you use it…that piece was gorgeous. I want the feel of a cozy, warm, not brand new house. Best Wood Stain … Can’t wait to see the counters. It basically goes in and fills up the hair where it is porous so that when you apply the tint it takes evenly from scalp to ends, just stain does after wood conditioner. Not dark, just rich looking. Minwax Dark Walnut. The difference between pine and oak is hundreds of dollars, and then I’m left with oak grain, which in my opinion, is only slightly better than pine grain. Have you ever stained this wood? Any other steps that you would add in there? Then, you’d probably need a planer to get it smooth. Guess the 3-4 hour aging is best. I will have the boys put each piece through the planer to take the current finish off of it. Looks wonderful! Thanks everyone! Two coats are sufficient, but you can spray up to four coats for a deeper lacquer finish. Is this true? The homemade vinegar stain was about two cups of white vinegar, two “000” steel wool pads, and two tablespoons of coffee grounds. I only let the vinegar solution set for about three hours before using it. That should give me the effect I want. If I ever stain a piece, I’ll definitely get the buffer. Good idea using the Annie Sloane Dark Wax to fill in the grain. Fast drying formula dries in 1 hour and uses nano pigments to offer superior color and coverage. Step 1: PreStain. I'm a DIY fanatic remodeling my way through our 1948 fixer upper.More About Kristi. I have very few tools at this time. Two nice choices could be Behlen Solar-Lux™ Medium Brown Walnut color or American Walnut … You are inspired! What I WOULD try on a floor is bleaching the wood first (using a bleach product that’s specifically made for floors and other large areas) and then staining. Stunning grays and tan, but I hate the yellow tone. You don't have to sand after each coat, only after the first. In retrospect, I kind of wish I’d gone out and gotten the buffer…it would have made a smoother, slightly shinier finish, but honestly, the hand-rubbed one was great for that painted piece. Can you make a video showing the staining process? : (. Suddenly everything orange became a warm rich brown and I loved it. Any finish that I do on my table will be protected by several layers of oil-based polyurethane. I just finished using it on farmhouse style picture frames I built out of the cheap pine 1×2’s at Home Depot and they turned out gorgeous. My harvest table was made for me by a friend. It’s what pros use to remove water stains from wood and to lighten colors. I want to get the cherry back to it’s original look pre stain, which is very light. Would this system also work for pine plank floors??? I am doing my table in Cherry so I don’t think I will have that problem. How do you wipe the vinegar stain on/off the pine? Your vision is so far above anything I have ever considered trying, but I am sure in time I will get brave enough. This removes small swirls or cross-grain scratches that are hard to see, but will show up later if they are not removed. Many Thanks. I made butcher block counters out of long scrap maple from a reuse center, so don’t forget that there are other options than Big Box and lumber yards! I priced each, and was SHOCKED at how much a DIY table made out of walnut would cost me. Thanks for the help! It’s a night and day difference! Looks great! I do not have a good hand with poly, either spraying or brushing. Proper surface preparation is vital when finishing walnut. Yep, I mentioned that above. ð. It’s so soft and gets dented and is full of ugly knotholes ….. I don’t think using the wax would work for me, but I will mix some color with the waterlox. I just purchased a home and will be moving the middle of March. Neither the top or legs are stained. Look under “industrial cart wheels”. Whether you use the Annie Sloan wax, the shellac washcoat, or the Minwax pre-conditioner, be sure to use at least 2 if not 3 coats of poly on top because all 3 prevent full penetration of the oil stain and I’d hate to see good work worn away. Your style choices and mine may often be different but I always think your work looks beautiful and magazine worthy. They spread easily, can be repaired, blend effortlessly and have plenty of open time. Beautiful results!! And I am like you, I like the last one. I always thought that’d be fun to do. It will just require some testing. Also Polyvine is a poly that leaves a hand waxed finish. Might you try the different stain recipes on the same pieces of wood? Dad and I have built (well.. Can this same process be done on raw oak? FYI- Two of my favorite finishes are danish tung oil, and a marine grade finish called Sikkens. I would also like to do wood countertops against crisp white cabinets in our build. How does the Minwax get through the Annie Sloan wax? Suzanne, Hey there, I really liked your articles, I too have had a really hard time with pine. American Walnut … To begin, fill a spray gun container with lacquer. All Rights Reserved. Before using PolyShades® on soft or porous woods, Minwax® Pre-Stain Wood Conditioner should be applied to ensure even stain … P.S. That’s a lovely finish on pine. And I do think this would work just fine on stripped wood. 6. My only concern would be to make sure you like the results on a sample since I don’t if you could sand off the finish since it penetrates the wood (Im sure you know more about that than I do:) Can’t wait to see what you decide!! I will be interested in what it looks like after the vinegar solution ages to 24 hours. This has worked well for me. This is so timely. It drives me absolutely crazy the way that water-based poly clouds up when it gets wet. It is going to gain some yellow/gold/red tones regardless of what you do now. Hi Kristi, You’ll find a lot about using washcoats in magazines/websites like Fine Woodworking and Popular Woodworking. I will stay tuned! The sample that I like the most doesn’t have as much grain as the first sample with just the stain, but it does have the same type of grain as the stain-only piece on the left side, and yet you can see that the way in which it took the stain is very different. Hard to tell from a picture but the highlights of the wood veins are really something beautiful. My 4 year old daughter routinely bumps the cabinet with objects and I haven’t seen a major gouge yet. Do you know if thereâs a way of undoing this? Inspect the area where you have polished. Moving along, and it’s only Feb. Blessings, I have had that table for 26 years… You will love the memories ð. Their high-quality pigments produce rich, dark, uniform colors on hard-to-stain woods like maple and pine. Soft or porous woods, such as pine or aspen, tend to absorb stain unevenly. Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!! I’m very hopeful that this will work on my table. But I’m back to the issue with the yucky grain. Never even opened the can of poly that I bought. But like you, I really hate how pine takes stain, and I didn’t want to ruin my wood. This is a process that I’ve been doing quite a bit of reading about lately because I want to build a wood countertop for a pantry I’ll be building, and naturally, pine is the cheapest wood so that’s probably what I’ll be using. I canât wait to try this! As I told y’all a week or so ago, I’m planning on building my own dining table since I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted in a price that I could afford. Finishing Techniques for Walnut Wood. Are you familiar with Minwax Pre-conditioner that is applied before staining. ), Dining Room Crown Molding Progress, Problems & Solutions, http://www.minwax.com/wood-products/specialty-finishes/minwax-paste-finishing-wax, http://www.woodshopnews.com/columns-blogs/finishing/502292-shellac-as-a-sealer-its-all-just-hype, http://www.popularwoodworking.com/projects/staining-pine, http://www.refinishwizard.com/washcoatsolids.htm, http://www.finewoodworking.com/how-to/article/pitfalls-of-finishing-pine.aspx, http://www.popularwoodworking.com/techniques/aw-extra-101013-staining-pine. I’d also forgotten that Minwax actually makes a mineral spirits-based pre-stain wood conditioner for soft woods which would be easier to use than shellac but I’d still recommend experimenting with SealCoat for the end grain. After the stain color is to your liking and completely dry, then you can use a compatible poly over the top of it or you can seal the stain with SealCoat and then poly. I used one coat of Minwax Honey stain. I would love to see the color you got! Fold it into a small pad. You might want to try it as one last option just to see how it goes. It also makes lacquer lie down flat and gives it a sheen. With each application, keep the surface wet for three to five minutes, then wipe off the excess. Note I would recommend using Pre-Stain wood conditioner before staining any White Pine wood… They are expensive but I don’t think anyone makes reproductions. I love how the wax settled in the low places and gave it an aged look. Iâm assuming that following the next steps you listed wonât help. I wouldn’t hurt to see if you could mitigate that with conditioner. I used the vinegar/steel wool method to make stain for some wood I wanted to have an aged look. I’m so grateful that you shared all of your test swatches, and your final combination of products, because I think your last board is exactly the tone and weathered-but-not-crazy-grain look I’ve been hoping for! Thank you for this post – exactly what I’ve been looking for! If you are trying to tint your hair and it has different porosities (ends are very porous from curling irons and flat irons, the middle of the hair shaft has medium porosity from day-to-day damage and the new hair is resistant) you must apply a filler before the tint. It was tacky and smelly for a bit but it eventually cured and hardened and really protects the paint finish without changing the color or the sheen and without having to muck with polyurithane or worry about bubbling (I’m not a very neat painter). Well you're in luck, because here they come. P.S. But when it comes to light a medium-toned stain colors, wood conditioner just doesn’t seem to do much…or at least not nearly enough to suit my taste. Ipswich Pine 221 ... Minwax ® Water Based Wood Stain American Walnut. I was certain that it wouldn’t do any good, as I’ve read that it really should sit for at least 24 hours. I really don’t know if ether of these examples is the proper use of that wax product or how much it differs from the Annie Sloan waxes. Probably Briwax on my part since it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg like ASCP. Place the pad on the walnut. Model #: 266200. Lacquer is the best choice for finishing walnut. I wondered how you got through the wax for the stain, but you explained that above. Here’s the one I use. Even with wood conditioner, the grain in pine is way too busy and pronounced for me when using light and medium toned stains. So you just put one coat of shellac and let it dry. General Finishes Golden Pine Gel Stain Pint. What happened to the table that you got from your sister? It’s great inspiration, because I’m always perusing the Dot & Bo website, longingly looking at all the industrial-style furniture for $1,500+. And the Sikkens that I use is “Cetol Marine Natural Teak.”It is a beautiful rich, deep brown, dries really hard, and with a couple of coats, it provides a great barrier. The difference between pine and oak is hundreds of dollars, and then I’m left with oak grain, which in my opinion, is only slightly better than pine grain. I can hear the excitement in your post!ð. I’m sure you noticed they were using a water-based pre-conditioner and dye rather than an oil-based pre-conditioner and stain and they still evened color further with glaze. This innovative formula creates a beautiful wood patina and completes projects 75% faster than … In my opinion the warmth will only enhance the staining you are doing now. Nothing needs to be that complicated, right!? And if so, is it a yellow/amber color like an oil-based poly, or is it clear like a lacquer? My legs and apron will be painted to go with the chairs. You can choose airless or pressurized spray equipment to apply lacquer; it doesn't matter. I love the way it settles into the low places and gives it a nice aged look, but I prefer the more subtle look of the last one. So I flipped the board over and did the four-step process that I used on sample #6 above. However, it is our favorite … The wood grain is still visible but it tones it down considerably. What is wood conditioner? I have to admit that I was very impressed with the end-results and it the finish looked as good if not better than what you’d expect from a furniture factory. Tung Oil! Let the conditioner dry thoroughly, then sand … If you’re using Minwax Fast-Drying Polyurethane it’s fine otherwise double check with your polyurethane manufacturer that this is okay but it should be. Shop Minwax Wood Finish Oil-Based Stain Early American Interior Stain (Quart) in the Interior Stains department at Lowe's.com. I don’t know of another brand, but you might get a similar benefit from a product like shellac that you can buy from Home Depot I think one thing that the wax does is just kind of seal the wood so that it keep so much of the stain from penetrating into and accenting the grain. Copyright 2007-2019 - Kristi Linauer, LLC. Funny how opinions can differ, I came on this site from google image because I wanted to know what was sample #1. How about doing a layer of thinned down paint to control the grain and color variation. Hello! Minwax Special Walnut Related Keywords Minwax Special Walnut Related Keywords 13. Hello! With Minwax® wood stains, there’s a color to suit every style. I use this lumber quite a bit because it’s always cut the straightest and has almost no knots in the wood. American Walnut Premium Fast Dry Interior Wood Stain provides high quality color in 1 coat to enhance the natural beauty of interior wood surfaces. A. It delivered rich, dark brown tones. 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