Pre Stain conditioner really works on stained wood. Using pre-stain wood conditioner before staining is the most basic tip to get you started on the right foot. Avoid staining mistakes that cause a poor finish by applying wood conditioner before you stain. In this video, I show you how to use pre-stain conditioner before staining wood projects. It removes the blotchy dark spots from showing up on stained wood. I highly recommend using pre-stain conditioner before staining your woodworking projects. I think prestain conditioner is a necessary step in preparing your wood to stain. When you apply pre-stain conditioner be sure to allow it to dry about 30 minutes before applying your stain. Using these wood staining techniques will help you produce consistent finishes on your projects. Wood conditioner works well to remove dark and blotchy spots from stained wood. Pre-stain conditioner works well on pine and spruce. You can use it on hardwoods like oak, cherry, maple and more.
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0:31 How To Apply Pre Stain Conditioner
1:07 Stain After Pre Stain Conditioner
1:32 Does Pre-Stain Conditioner Work
3:10 Why You Should Use Pre-Stain Conditioner
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