:) Did you try to contact General Finishes to see if they have any Canadian Vendors? I use a much-thinned cut, about 1/2 lb or less, and use scraps to determine if the particular boards need an additional coat of sealer (usually I understand that it is not an easy task, but I am up for the challenge. The floors have what is called a dog-finish. If so, is there a better way to get a more even finish while still acquiring the rich cherry colour? Multi coats? This site is so informative and Marc is so generous with his knowledge and time answering all of our questions that by reading his feedback, you can really get a grip on the principles and possibly develop your own method or modify an old one. I wouldn’t add any shellac as that will actually make it harder to get the color you are after. Once it cures, just topcoat with your finish of choice and you’ll be good to go. (not my choice, the client’s) if i’d known that is what they had wanted, i certainly wouldn’t have used maple. Even Lee Valley, (and there head offices are in Canada). Cream or beige tile is a warmer alternative if you prefer a softer option. I say use whatever one you have the most experience with and are most comfortable working with. Natural wood colors can also be based on the degree of saturation (meaning how dark a color is – high color or light pale) as well as transparency (meaning matte and glossy), divided into other groups. Then move up to 150, 180, and then 220. Is their an easy way to remove stain from a maple floor? Any finish left in the wood will inhibit absorption of stain, which might very well be what your already seeing when you try to stain. The wood grain is only slightly visible under an opaque pale finish. It was stained a cherry color, so we sanded off the stain to the original light colored wood. The first two coats were great. I would like white floors (semi gloss) for a bedroom and thought I would try to get this by staining maple wood white. Your email address will not be published. Maple wood is also used for the manufacture of wooden baseball bats , though less often than ash or hickory due to the tendency of maple … But to answer your other question about what you should have used, my recommendation would have been waterborne finish. When I started building I started with cabinet grade 3/4″ birch ply without really knowing where I was going to find birch stock, and it is hard to find in my area hence my switching the face to maple. But you might look into Generals Finishes Candlelight color. How should apply stain (brush or wipe)? Should I use a controler before staining the cabinet. And use a gel stain to get the deepest, richest color. I prefer General Finishes. I use them all the time but they take some getting used to in terms of application. First, after having three coats (the third curing as I type) of the stain currently on, is there any way to remove them or simply cover them, the scratches? I’m gearing up to take on my maple kitchen cabinets that were built and finished by my father. Would you recommend filling it with wood filler – and again what brand? The sample is indeed white, but the undertones are now a bile yellow-green. Once you are down to bare wood, there are lots of coloring options available to you. Sapwood color ranges from nearly white, to an off-white cream color, sometimes with a reddish or golden hue. Diluted/missed stain? I am refinishing a maple table and chairs – it has the old “orange” wood tone to it and would like to get it back to that – but of course cleaner than it was. I just installed maple floors in my house and I im having a big concern as to how to go about staining the floors. This is exactly what Darin was trying to do. Others prefer the ambering effect of oils. beautiful natural maple desk his father made for him and sanded it down, poorly might I add to begin to stain it dark walnut (minwax). so yeah i got it to work. Light flooring gives a monochromatic look. From what I have been reading on this website, I think the solution to staining my birch/ poplar cabinet in a dark walnut color is to spray a fast drying dye on it. I mixed this color myself since I couldn’t find the color I wanted which is a dark cherry with a hint of walnut. Once that dries, then I would switch to the lacquer toner mix. I just need a mix recipe to do this right. A good cry is healthy once in a while. Also, have seen some postings about gel-stains. If you want more protection and you don’t mind the wood yellowing to some extent, consider an oil-based poly. Something that dries quickly, doesn’t absorb too deep, and potentially obscures the grain a bit. The Hex, RGB and CMYK codes are in the table below. Hey Kathy. I would totally post pics but i don’t see an option for that. Hi Nikki. Copyright © 2006-2020 The Wood Whisperer Inc. Im well aware of the density of wood and blochiness it could create. In fact, I have never heard of such a thing. thanks for your response! My husband and I used Minwax to stain them cherry. I will try a grain raise DNA and will test without as well), 320 sanding (if needed), gel stain, top coat. http://imgur.com/gallery/mLO1OMD/. Took a sample of the wood and they gave me a sample which looked good. Selective sanding usually doesn’t yield very good results. All content on The Wood Whisperer is copyrighted, and may not be reprinted in full form without my written consent. To some extent, yes, it could lessen the visual impact of the curl. I’ve read blogs and blogs on this and you are the only guy that actually tries to answer the question (thank you). I lightly sanded and as pplied a custom stain. Ultimately, this is why I would never deliver a piece of furniture without showing the client a test sample so they can see exactly what they are getting. I just wanted to thank you for all the info. Then you can take colored pencils and draw in the missing grain lines. The golden tones of the maple are light enough that your kitchen won't be overpowered by the cabinet and flooring combination as it might be with a darker wood like mahogany. I made a colossal mistake and took my husbands (just married and already screwing up!) By pre-sealing the wood with shellac, you can even out the color absorption. What is your thought on applying a coat or even two of brown mahogany over the Java? However, there are millions of products and services on the web, and I only promote those products or services that I would use personally. I want to stain a maple top for a sideboard but now I’m hesitant to start after seeing all of the comments about how difficult it is to stain maple. Can you recomend a mix and where to get the dye? Your recommendations are most appreciated. Sounds like maybe he used too heavy a cut of shellac in his sanding sealer. I recommended a mix above: 90% lacquer thinner, 10% lacquer, plus you color additive. So you still have to sand down far enough to get the color out. Yes, I use behlen dyes exclusively. Yeah, I know, a highly figured piece of figured maple is hard to come by, but be selective when choosing wood for your project. You can brush it on and it should come in satin and matte sheens. The blotches are significant enough to ruin the entire look. That is, it may take a “primer” coat of stain to serve as a base for the final”color” coat. My husband also did some detail work above the cabinets in maple as well. make a review on polyshades please :) you are awesome! However if you’re doing an outdoors project these products are not ideal due to their weakness to UV rays which will result in fading of the colors. I am refinishing a antique wagon wheel bed era 1940-1950’s. we shied away from waterbourne because my husband thought it wouldn’t protect well enough with it being a countertop and thus exposed to a lot of moisture/water with the sink and dish drainer area built into it. Any suggestions? But as you can see, maple definitely has some blotch issues. Unfortunately, one or two samples won’t alway tell the tale. I had to go through some glue and self leveling compound, which is why I started so low. As for whether you should request new doors? I need all the help I can get. Wood flooring with dark, rich tones like mahogany and cherry may not match light maple, but they complement the cabinets because their reddish undertones bring out the warm golden tones in the maple. But from what you describe, it sounds like water-based might be right up your alley. Once the floor is coated, lightly sand with 180-220 grit paper. From there, I’d have to analyze the results. Color/Appearance: Unlike most other hardwoods, the sapwood of hard maple lumber is most commonly used rather than its heartwood. When people say it becomes blotchy, it’s usually do to a piece of maple that has minimal figure. I want to use a gel stain which is old master. That levels the playing field, so to speak, and makes sure I have no issues with color of top-coat adhesion. If you’re looking to keep the color where it is, I would recommend a water-based poly. Now if that stain still isnt dark enough, then you might want to move to a darker gel stain. It is so useful – thanks. You may not even have the option depending on the policies of the installer. Thank you. Let dry. If you have the resources, I suggest educated experimenting and ask a lot of questions. Went to Sherwin Williams and picked a stain of Fruitwood for a light finish. Marc, I just discovered this thread. Can you please me? I am not sure where to start. Minwax and Old Masters don’t carry it. The different color and density of poplar's heartwood and sapwood make little difference once the wood is painted. Have you tried dyes? Hi Vince. Ask them if they can test a few gel stain samples on your test board for you. You can also pair light maple with mid-toned wood flooring such as oak or hickory, which doesn't contrast as sharply with the cabinets but still adds visual interest to the room. It is also a very dark brown. Im experimenting with Duraseal products. I am most likely the least familiar with sanding,staining, well woodwork in general than anyone on this forum. I can scratch it off. The once white countertops are now very random shades ranging from close to white thru orange all the way down to a greenish brown. However I will try it again with the shellac as I applied it over Minwax wood conditioner last time. The wood is characterized as dense, and light in color. The overall color tone of a bank of wood kitchen cabinets can range from rich, dark reddish or bluish and gray-based browns to brighter yellows or muted orange hues. I don’t want each of these areas to stand out, and I want a more uniform color. Customize color or achieve a darker color by adding additional coats. The color will be expresso (dark brown). The combination took the espresso stain evenly and produced the desired affect, a nice even dark color with some grain showing. Trying to come up with a game plan. What can I do now, after applying that first coat (used sponge brush and wiped it off) to get rid of this blotchy look? If you prefer a non-wood option for your flooring, a tile floor can be an attractive pairing with light maple cabinets and add a different texture to your kitchen. Keep in mind you can layer colors too. * GEL STAIN. Secondly, like others I have noticed, maple is a pretty non absorbent wood, it will not hold the color when I “remove the excess”. The contractor used Minwax, Early American. Let dry, then apply your poly or nitro sealer. And keep in mind you can add many coats to arrive at the color you desire. Its getting all the deeply absorbed color out that’s the problem. And even it it doesn’t fill it completely, I personally think a natural-looking dent is better than a perfectly flat filled surface. If I nail it down, maybe I’ll make a video for you. But if you want the water white look, it could be one of the very few options. Thanks for the reply! I’ll admit that I’m an rank amateur, but I’ve never had a staining project go quite so badly. Am I dreaming? But it sounds like you are already layering on too much white without letting much natural wood grain to show through. While some finishing can be easily accomplished, I don’t know that I’d say finishing a set of maple stairs is really a DIY level job. If I may add my two cents; thank you very much, Denise. they are beautiful Maple stained, but we are having issues with the stain flaking off or peeling off.. what is causing this? Not do much on the other. Is there an intermediary step of staining the maple to a warmer tone and then applying a white layer? I’m so happy to have found this website with down to earth advice and am looking forward to having some direction. I would also consider no stain at all but would at least like color of the wood to have some “color” other than the white look it has now. I’ve tried several brands of putty, tried tinting the putty first, tried a mahagony color filler as well as a natural color, all to no avail, they just come out very brown, almost black. Some time in the 80’s or 90’s, they were stained a beautiful, milky white with slight pink and blue undertones that varied from board to board but as a whole they were deeply scratched and scuffed from years of traffic. We are trying to find a matching stain for our unstained maple wood staircase and we have been unable to find a suitable one. Am the new owner of an apartment that has its original maple floors from 1903. Whether it's oak, maple, cherry or walnut, natural wood has a color tone that can be enhanced by paint color or patterns on fabric. On maple wood, a stain will give your cabinets a more natural and rustic look in the color you choose. I wish I had read this before starting my library shelves 5 years ago. The Pacific Coast Maple has quite a bit of red that seems to come through and looks really bad with gray. Hello! Can I play around with the gel stain colors until I get it approved!! I wiped on the dye and I can see why you recommended spraying this it can be a little tricky. However in between sanding and vacuuming dust we have sample pieces that were cut out to make runs for duct work. So in many cases, steaming the dent is the best way to go. You can do many variations of this mix to get the result your looking for. Oh and keep in mind you might just be able to use a water-based dye to the same end. How do you suggest I do this with the least amount of work. Their colors are fantastic and they take stain in a very natural way. Looking for advice. This will get the color right where you want it. Waterborne finishes will not protect as well as their oil-based counterparts. Good luck. But you might try the Prarie Wheat color as that seems to have a little more orange in it. Unfortunately, I am not well-versed in stripper brands. Once the color is where you like it, switch to full strength lacquer and you’re good to go. Came to your website with a wealth of information on wood stains by Googling. then apply polyurethane for the final coat <—– also confuse which polyurethane should I use. It is hard to find a color because all the samples I see online and in the store are usually on oak. How difficult would it be to sand and refinish the floors to a lighter finish without a stripey look? You also might want to check out the gel stain/pre-seal method I used in this video: Also, if you have a spray setup, you could always use a dye mixture to get a nice even brown color. You can use this to your advantage. – For the best). Stone flooring in natural earth tones is an ideal complement to light maple cabinets as well. Waterborne finishes dry clear and what they call “water white”, which essentially means they bring absolutely no color to the wood. The Spruce. All that said, if you really want to do the filler route, I would recommend checking out Timbermate Wood Filler. :). I find the only sure-fire ways to fix it are to either sand everything back and start over, or to stain the entire cabinet the same shade as the dark areas (which is usually not an option). I do not no for sure about alcohol. As a PS, why are all the cheap customers so particular?? DDark red floors bring out warm tone sin light wood. The reason I asked about the birch ply is that the grain is way busy in comparison to the soft maple face, but we shall see! We have been told that there are 9 coats of stain/finish on the floor. I actually think Darin’s ‘problem’ may be my solution. finish started peeling immediately, before the job was finished. I always appreciate when someone who is in the wood working business is not too pretentious to admit they unsure of something and to ask for help. is there a waterbourne finish that wouldn’t have that result? But to answer your question, a simple dye added to the white wash stain will definitely change the overall color. But reading here maybe i need to try spraying a dye first? Are we crazy? I used a the pre stain wood conditioner from minwax since that is what our local store had. In another words step-by-step instructions to finish a large surface of raw maple flooring. There aren’t many stains that produce that chocolatey color but this is one of the best. I have strip and sanded the complete cabinet and wash. Hello Marci Joy. There certainly may be other finisher tricks that some pros in the industry but from my experience, the best solutions are the two suggestions above. After we got it home we tried it on one of the shaker style doors. How do I do this? Choose the floor color that fits the rest of the room's decor and the style that you prefer for the space. Wood Floor color palette created by acaciajoy that consists #8b5a2b,#ffa54f,#a0522d,#cd8500,#8b4513 colors. But the preparation process is definitely the first place I’d investigate. So I would suggest removing the current finish, sanding the top down until all traces of the old discoloration are gone, and then follow through with your choice of waterborne finish. I was thinking that might bring the cabinets to more of rich chocolate color…. can you make a video for this? We just purchased new maple cabinets that are unfinished and not yet installed. Did something similar with maple, but used a diluted brown transtint dye in water prior to the shellac. Would you suggest I lay down shellac before I spray the dye to prevent bloches showing thru the dye. So many times I will start off with a dye and see where it takes me. So I would avoid sealing ahead of time. The Maple Wood Color Scheme palette has 2 colors which are Gold (Crayola) (#F1C38E) and Gold (Crayola) (#E7B983). Unfortunately that’s not much info to go on. Red-Colored Wood I used Minwax conditioner before I stain but still blotchy. You can narrate it. Just be aware that the really good stuff is incredibly caustic and a little scary to work with. These are not easy calculations so most folks either estimate or use a chart or calculator. Do you know how we can do that? Would you recommend a gel stain or an alcohol based one? We are building new maple kitchen cabinets and have applied two coats of Varathane Oil-based Premium wood stain to give them a deep cherry color. Hey wish I would have seen your video before I tried to stain my maple staircase with Minwax red mahogany. Rob Johnstone: Staining maple to a dark hue, which is very dense and quite light in color, with an oil based or gel-style product is hard work … and in my opinion, not a good idea. But stripping could help get a great deal of the color out of the wood. The gel certainly seemed like the most important piece of this puzzle. Make sure you are sanding consistently and if you can, use a random orbit sander. Normally that last part is something we want to avoid, but in your case, its a necessary step. We used the same sealer for the countertops that we used for the cabinetry… assuming that since it said it would dry clear, it would indeed dry clear. Any help would be greatly appreciated. As I recommended above, you are gong to want to dilute to about 1/2-1lb cut. What is meant by a “cut” of shellac? I’ve tried transtint dark walnut dye (resulting in a dark ugly 80’s guitar look). My Mom suggested a conditioner do I just finished applying that the night before last and it helped a lot on one door. You may even want to add some dye to your initial coat of shellac to give you some base color before applying your gel stain. His only suggestion is to add a third coat of the white stain but I’m concerned that this will give the floor more of an opaque, painted look without solving the issue. (Kind of frustrating when you want to conserve wood for future samples.) I have no experience finishing or refinishing floors, but I have done plenty of pieces of furniture. We need advice an how to start to make sure these are treated correctly. When refinishing old floors, getting the finish off would be the easy part. First of all, soft maple and red maple are typically the same things. Hi Diana. Does anyone have experience using a dye stain rather than a pigment stain on maple? Neutral tiles work well with light cabinets. Will the General Finishes Gel Stain in Java help me achieve my goal as well or have I royally screwed the pooch here? Thanks. Each wood and each tree has its own behavior, so Darin might need to use a blend of two stains to achieve the final “custom” color he wants. Please & Thanks! The company came a resprayed without sanding a few doors and they came out even worse. I have a HVLP gun to spray it. Maple is one of the most difficult woods to achieve a dark, uniform stain color on because it is a dense, closed grain wood and often absorbs stain very unevenly. 90% lacquer thinner, 10% lacquer, plus your color. Sometimes, I ‘ve been in a hurry and did not mix the stain and later found that some of the colorant had settled to the bottom of the container, giving me a much different result than I expected. I will be doing the work myself. That way you don’t have to buy a bunch of cans of stain you’ll never use. I recommend Charles Neal formula outlined in this article: http://www.thewoodwhisperer.co.....-them-all/. But they will obscure the grain more than a dye. “cuts” of shellac refer to the dilution. It tends to be a white hue with pitch fleck and mineral streaks adding some reddish-brown tints to it, though the color will deepen some with age. They advised us to stain first and then apply sanding sealer then Cab Acrylic finish. You will find that the water-soluble dye opened up the pores, colored the wood, and made it more receptive to the second stain, which evened out the color. which is a rich mahogany. When you stain those areas will blend right in with the stain & you will not even be able to see them. It might help mask the blotch. Note: English language names are approximate equivalents of the hexadecimal color codes. Blonde shellac is best. I’m not a fan of big tiger striping grainy woods. thanks so much! We have installed Factory stained “Cinnamon Maple” maple wood floors in our home. Develop a natural, evolved look in your home with items that go together comfortably but do not match exactly. I think the problem is the very nature of an oil-based finish. Should I just give it a light sanding and then use a gel stain on top to achieve the darker desired colour? Hopefully the filler will get you close to the natural background color. I have used this before on a different type of wood it was a perfect color! You don’t want any surprises. What is the difference between the wood conditioner and shellac? If you’re looking for a single can solution, you might have trouble getting the exact look you want. These can really layer on some thick color layers while just barely allowing the grain to peek through. I am trying to do it because my builder put a ton of dark esspresso maple cabinets in my house and I like the way they look. The problem is trying to fill the dings and some “pullout” where the planer gouged too deeply. The environmentally-friendly stuff is a little safer and easier to work with, but might not work as well. The wood is very uneven in color, and I want it to look like natural wood, but with an even color. Hey Denny. My next question, my wife likes what color of the same before you wipe it off, she wants me to put a spray varnish or polyurethane on over when the stain dries. It tend to absorb stain unevenly which leads to a blotchy look. ), and I’ve had problems. so here’s my plan :). My question is in regards to finding a gel stain that matches the gunstock colour by Minwax. Hey Rob. Hopefully it can be done without calling in the big floor sanders. Three months ago my brother installed new maple pantry doors with glas in my kitchen. We had our kitchen remodeled about two years ago. What happened? Needless to say he couldn’t complete the job. i want to bring out the natural grain without staining the wood any help would be great. Is a sharp white floor doable and if so, can you please advise on the process. then apply stain <—- I'm still confuse about these water,oil,gel based stain but I'm planning to use polyshade. Laura. You don’t want to experiment on the floor. Zinnser shellac, for instance, is at a 3lb cut. Since you paid good money for this thing, I really think it is the contractor’s responsibility to get someone in there that knows what they are doing. I would really like a durable finish. :) I don’t think you’ll find a closer match than maple. is that correct? http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bru...../202700081 Hopefully the grain will swell enough to raise the dent. Hi Susan. 41 Attractive Kitchen with Maple Cabinets Color Ideas. I would like to strip it, and get it down to the wood. I am staining birch plywood and Poplar hardwood in the same cabinet. Not only was there extreme blotching, but the uneven hold was nearly universal, pooling also occurred. You can read about it here: http://www.thewoodwhisperer.co.....-them-all/ Use this material before the stain and then follow SW’s instructions. The birch ply has a very busy grain much like your website background. http://www.thewoodwhisperer.co.....chy-woods/. How were the cabinets prepped and exactly what stain was used? Both dyes and gel stains are capable of producing brilliant colors. I was told to do a dark stain on them because that is the only way that Maple will turn out ok. Hi Marc, You can also pair light maple with mid-toned wood flooring such as oak or hickory, which doesn't contrast as sharply with the cabinets but still adds visual interest to the room. Hope this advice helps. Came across your marvelous site in a desperate internet search for information about staining maple wood floors white…realize your expertise is with furniture but curious if you have any thoughts on this one: Hey Ed. The gel stain however, went on much more evenly, and I found it to be very forgiving. I would probably recommend a 1/2lb cut to a 1 lb cut. then some sanding and recoating, tthen sand again. I picked maple because I want a smooth clean look and maple has the least visible wood grain. I found that when I tried test strips using conventional stain, some spots on my board would soak it up like crazy, and other spots looked almost unstained. PLEASE HELP!! Hi Kathy. Recommendations: Hard Maple provides a smooth and clear surface for finishing of any kind. And no, they don’t dissolve with water contact. Will the corners be darker. Hey Chris. Flood it on the surface and wipe off the excess for a nice even color. So what you’re seeing is the natural ambering qualities of oil-based finishes. I am using a dewaxed shelac as a sanding sealer and this imparts a slightly amber tone to the wood and when I apply the col. maple gel stain I get an orange tone wood instead of the brown I would like. Just got new maple kitchen cabinets and have read how hard they are to stain without looking uneven or blotchy. they do not). However, if you have small children or pets, light colored tiles can be difficult to keep clean. Your detailed instructions would be greatly appreciated. I really have no idea what the issue is from your description. I try to use the least amount of shellac that will give me the “anti-splotch” result when I apply stain. Her writing has appeared on BobVila.com, World Lifestyle, and House Logic. Required fields are marked *. 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