I have a pine table that has some marks and scratches on it and I want to strip it back and re-do it. At the moment it has a jarrah stain on it, after it's been stripped back and sanded etc, can I then put a Baltic pine stain on it or will the jarrah stain still be there iykwim?
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04-08-2012 09:14 #1Senior Member
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08-08-2012 09:27 #2
It all depends on how far you sand the table back, if you give it a light sand, the stain will still be there, if you spend some time giving it a really good sand, then the chances are you will be able to remove a fair amount of the stain and start from the natural colour of the timber.
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