5 Reactive Wood Stains:
All Weatherwood products are made for commercial and residential use. Stains are top quality reactive wood stains for use on nearly any wood type. Products are industrial quality and are safe for use in manufacturing processes.
Weatherwood Stains can be applied 3 different ways:
- For a light weathered look, apply the stain and wipe it back off.
- For a medium weathered gray, drench the wood and allow the oak to absorb the stain, turning gray as it dries.
- For a darker look, apply multiple coats of stain to get just the right shade.
It is an Interior a stain, suitable for hardwoods, soft woods, veneers, & reclaimed wood:
- INTERIORS where someone will touch the wood need a topcoat, especially floors, cabinetry and furniture. Seal with your favorite Weatherwood Stains topcoat.
SIZES: Stains come in Quart sizes, Maintainance Oil is 8oz.
COVERAGE: Quart 125 sq. ft.
LIGHT OAKING STAIN oxidizes wood, just like nature, to create the gorgeous driftwood grays! This special formula creates the beautiful silvery gray you would achieve from fuming oak.
RESTORATION Stain oxidizes wood, just like nature, to create the gorgeous warm brown with gray tones! This all-natural formula easily creates the fumed wood look, traditionally achieved from the use of ammonia smoke!
RECLAMATION Stain is a reactive wood stain that creates various shades of gray, with color results based on wood species. Reclamation is not a pigmented stain, but instead will bring out the wood's existing natural beauty and colors. That means your end color is a result of the type of wood you're using!
PINING Stain is a reactive wood stain that oxidizes wood, just like nature, to create beautiful shades of GRAY with browns, even on low tannin wood! Pining is especially great at weathering LOW tannin woods including, like pine, white fir, spruce, and poplar, but it can be used on any wood type.
SALVAGE Stain is a reactive wood stain and creates shades of browns & grays, with color results based on wood species. Salvage is not a pigmented stain, but instead will bring out the wood's existing natural beauty and colors. That means your end color is a result of the type of wood you're using!
Use WHITE MAINTENANCE OIL to:
HOLD: Used to maintain the color on light colored wood flooring.
LIGHTEN: Used to lighten color of raw and stained woods.
WHITE WASH: Apply up to three coats oil white oil to achieve a bleached wood or white washed look.
CERUSE: Create a cerused wood look.
USE: WHITE MAINTENANCE OIL CREATES A BEAUTIFUL WHITE WASH OR SCANDINAVIAN OILED FLOOR. YOU CAN USE IT TO LIGHTEN THE LOOK OF WEATHERWOOD STAINED WOOD, WHEN YOU STILL WANT TO SEE THE GRAIN.
Commercial & Residential Use: Tough enough for the commercial world, but pretty enough for either.
Moisturizes & Integrates with Wood: Penetrates wood to protect from within. Wood is able to breathe, expand and contract as it was meant to. This helps the longevity of your wood project.
Stain Resistant: WW Maintenance Oil finish is by definition wood that’s been saturated throughout with oils that make the wood relatively impermeable to foreign contaminants. WW Maintenance Oil is resistant to wine, beer, cola, coffee, tea, fruit juices, milk and water. Wood is protected but still open (not sealed by a hardshell coating), so spills should be wiped promptly with this sort of coating.
LONGEVITY: REAPPLY 1-2 YEARS or when product fades. Small scratches can be minimized or eliminated by buffing small quantity of stain.
COVERAGE: 1/2 Pint = 100 sq. ft.
(Coverage may be less on soft woods and depending on application method.)