BrushStrokes by Mary Anne is a Proud Retailer of Weatherwood Stains, Maintenance Oils & Varnishes

 

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Weatherwood Stains’ products are more than a stain, they actually age wood, providing a beautiful weathered color with UV protection. They can be used for any wood application including: Cabinets, Furniture, Millwork, Floors, Decks, etc.

Weatherwood is one single product that reacts with different wood species to create beautiful weathered colors. For example, if you are looking for a drift wood gray, you should use Weatherwood and hard maple. If you want a charcoal with wood grain still visible, you should use Weatherwood and white oak.

Weatherwood Stains are tannin-based, reactive wood stains. Color results depend on the the type of wood species it is being applied to. Weatherwood Stains interact with raw wood product a beautiful aged coloration without pigments, dyes or colorants, for a deep and clearer final color.

837039_orig “Weatherwood Stains is unlike anything on the market- rather than coloring wood, you can actually age it!”

Weatherwood Stains can be topcoated or sealed, in most cases without color change. Weatherwood Stains will not fade, change color over time or wash off, even outside!
Weatherwood Stains are easy to use. You do not need to pretreat wood or deactivate the stain once its been applied. Application is just one step! Just wipe, spray or roll it on and watch your color appear.

 

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Reclamation Reactuve Wood Stain

transforms hardwoods, softwoods, veneers and

reclaimed wood to a weathered gray.

Salvage Reactive Wood Stain

lightly ages high tannin woods

like cedar, douglas fir and redwood.

Pining Wood Reactive Stain

creates the weathered look on all wood types,

but is is especially ideal for weathering Low Tannin Woods

including pine, white fir, spruce and poplar.

Pining Stain Color Chart

White Maintenance Oil

is used to maintain the original Weatherwood

stained color on light colored woods,

like maple, alder, ash, beech and birch.

Or control its color by lightening darker stained woods.

Clear Maintenance Oil

is used to maintain the original Weatherwood

stained color on dark stained woods,

like white oak, red oak, douglas fir, cedar, & walnut.

Or it is used to deepen the color of lightly stained wood.

Weatherwood Satin Varnish

is specially formulated for three things:

To hold our weathered wood colors!

Architectural quality for the highest degree of protection.

Non-yellowing, water-based formula.

Weatherwood Dead Flat Varnish

is specially formulated for three things:

To hold our weathered wood colors!

Architectural quality for the highest degree of protection.

Non-yellowing, water-based formula.

Our Dead Flat Varnish creates almost no visible difference,

while our Satin Varnish is barely noticeable.

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