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Posted on Refinishing a pine aquarium stand (first project)

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Rick M

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#1 posted 03-20-2012 06:05 AM

I get the feeling you are dead set on using stain which is the worst way to go with pine but I would recommend you reconsider and use an aniline dye, you can mail order it. I have not used dye on pine but I have used it on poplar and maple with no blotching by spritzing it on with a hand sprayer. Very, very, easy. You can also use it to tone the poly to even out any color variations you might end up with (or have already).


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