How To Fix A Bad Stain Job
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Staining wood is an ideal way to bring out the natural beauty and character of the wood itself.Stained wood looks beautiful, it's permanent, and it's easy to do yourself.But, as anyone who has ever stained a piece of furniture can tell you, there's some margin for error, and you'll probably need to learn how to fix a bad stain job at some point in your life as a DIYer.
Today, we're going to cover everything you need to know to learn how to fix a bad stain job so you can restore the natural beauty of the piece you're working on.What You'll Need Fixing a bad stain job doesn't require a ton of tools, and there's a good chance you have virtually everything you need for the job already.
Altogether, this is what you'll need for the job: Paint/stain stripperPlastic scraperPaint brushes Orbital or Palm sander (or steel wool if you have neither)Empty bucketWood stainSafety gogglesSpray bottle filled with waterClean ragsStep I: Removing the Stain The first step to fixing a bad stain job is to remove the existing stain from the wood.
If this is your first time fixing a bad stain job, your best bet is to completely remove the stain from...