Furniture Staining Techniques

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Old 01-09-03, 05:33 AM
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Furniture Staining Techniques

Hi:
I'm building 2 desks made of oak and oak veneer. When researching my options for staining, I found a brochure from MinWax that suggests using a pre-stain product. Is this step needed? Initially my approach would be to sand, stain, and apply a clear finish. Any additional suggestions?
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Old 01-09-03, 02:07 PM
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Min-wax pre-stain is for soft woods.
 
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Old 01-11-03, 02:11 AM
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I dont like min wax stain of anykind. Pre stain No not nesassry!Unless you use min wax. Check with your local paint store they can recomend what use/to do best. Porter has some exterior sealer that i used both on outside oak doors and on entieror oak floors and steps and let me tell you its some bad stuff to hold up on a floor.High gloss that lasts.I dont remember the number or name right now but it was i think 28 dollars a gallon.Just stay away from cheap stains and sealers and you will be fine.

I say agin MIN WAX Sucks!!!!! ok i feel better.LOL
 
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