How Do You Stain Maple Wood?


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Remember that staining maple wood can be a tricky affair so you might want to call in a professional for the job. You would generally need to stain the wood your desired colour, then seal it and sand it until smooth. You will have to finish with a nice top coat.

Typically Maple is an extremely light coloured wood. Maple wood is a pretty hard wood which gives you an aged yellowish coloured finish over the course of time. Most people opt not to stain their maple wood as more often than not, it is likely to stain blotchy. You will find that it can develop dark spotted areas. Hence geld type stains are recommended. First smooth sand your maple wood with the help of a fine grit sand paper. Remember to allow the stain to completely dry before applying a good quality sealer coat, thinned.

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