Birchwood Casey Walnut Wood Stain, 3 oz.
Water-soluble stain is sun-fast, true-to-color and non-bleeding. Produces a clear, rich color without grain clouding or smearing. Walnut Stain is a true, brown-walnut color for the traditional look. Color intensity is easily controlled by adding water to concentrate or using full strength for light colored woods such as birch.
Features and Benefits of the Birchwood Casey Walnut Stain:
- Water-soluble stain is sun-fast, true-to-color and non-bleeding.
- Produces a clear, rich color without grain clouding or smearing.
- 3 fl oz, Plastic Bottle
Q: At what refinishing step do I stain the wood?
A: Always use stain first.
Q: Is the stain water-based?
Q: Is the stain a dye?
Q: How can I control color intensity?
A: Color intensity is easily controlled by adding water. Dilute with water before using to achieve a lighter color; or leave full strength for a darker color. General 50/50 stain and water mix works for most situations. It’s best to test color intensity on a scarp piece of wood.
The distinction between inferior quality and premium Walnut Wood Stain undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Gun Refinishing supplies from the most trusted brands like Birchwood Casey. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Nice stain. Been using it for years.
Use this stain on Gunstock wood. It has a very distinct color. Also , try it on knife Handles. I've had very nice results.
I would use this stain every time i do a gun stock goodstuff
Easy to use covers grate, I apply it with a brush or a clean, soft rag, I like dark wood on my stocks, so I use it straight out of the bottle sometimes 2 or 3 coats. If you want lighter wood you can thin it with a little water and just test it on a piece of scrap try it you will like it I do.
This is the best walnut stain
This is the best walnut stain on the market, bar none. I use it not only on gun wood but on furniture and natural wood trim around the house. It gives a true walnut color to light woods like pine and birch and takes Tru Oil or varnish very well.