Tannic Acid for Wood Staining

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Tannic Acid is a specific commercial form of tannin, a type of polyphenol. This is the basic ingredient in the chemical staining of wood. This guide will teach you tips and tricks for the ultimate guide to wood staining using Tannic Acid.

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Tannin occurs naturally in tea, coffee, oak, sumac bark and myrobalan. The Tannic Acid or tannin is already present in woods like oak, walnut, and mahogany. This can be applied to woods low in tannin so chemical stains that require tannin content will react.

*THIS GUIDE IS FOR WOODS LACKING TANNIN CONTENT*

You Will Need:

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STEP 1

Mix five parts Tannic Acid powder into 95 parts of warm water, or (3 teaspoons into 8 ounces of warm water).

Step 2

Apply the Tannic Acid solution to the wood. *PLEASE NOTE: Wear Eye, Skin & Respiratory Protection. Use With Plenty of Ventilation.*

Step 3

Allow the treated work to dry completely before applying anything else.

*PLEASE NOTE: ALWAYS MAKE TESTS TO EVALUATE YOUR PROCESS ON THE PARTICULAR WOOD IN USE. BEST RESULTS WILL BE OBTAINED ON NEW OR PREVIOUSLY UNFINISHED WOODS*

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