Our Process: Due to some species containing multiple natural colours, a toner is often applied as a first step in the staining process in order to equalize the colour. The chosen stain is then hand-applied and rubbed into the wood manually for equal coverage and absorption. Lastly, two coats of oven-cured topcoat is applied, hand-sanded after each coat. This topcoat treatment is the final touch that guarantees a beautiful, long-lasting stain.

COLONIAL
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PURITAN
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NATURAL
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DAPPLE
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NUTMEG
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SPICE
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OYSTER
M_NG_NOBL_OYS_BA_00_NA_30
WREN
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WILLOW
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TRUFFLE
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CINNAMON
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GARNET
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SABLE
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GANACHE
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DARK ROAST
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