Dry Brushing Wood Stains
Dry brushing wood stains is article about Accessories bookmarked by reginald with ID 11400838659 was uploaded on 30-03-2019 and has been viewed 192,031 times.
Synopsis: Roland Johnson took on the challenge of refurbishing a set of filing cabinets.His finishing challenges were matching new white oak to the aged patina of the original case and making red oak look like aged white oak.
Dry-brushing is a two-step process that begins with traditional staining.The method leaves pigment on the surface of the wood as well as in the pores.You'll need a good set of brushes and quality stains and tints to follow his example.
Just the topcoat of stain gets dry brushed.Johnson clearly explains each step, down to spraying on a protective finish.He also includes side information on tinting and toning colors...