|No. of coats||1|
|Coverage||Up to 10m² per litre|
|Drying time||1 hr|
|Size||100ml Sample, 1L, 5L|
|GTIN||Please Select Size/Option|
Manns Classic Pine Stain is manufactured from the finest ingredients and quality pigments, which in turn enhances the overall grain structure of the wood. Lesser quality stains can produce a 'washed out' effect, cover the wood grain or dry to a zebra crossing effect.
This stain can be mixed with other colours in the range to achieve 1,000's of new shades. The stain can also be diluted with water to produce lighter, less concentrated shades and colours.
Please Note: This product is only suitable for interior wooden surfaces, and is not suitable for high moisture environments such as bathrooms and shower rooms.
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Wooden surfaces to be stained must be clean, dry and free from dirt, dust and any other surface contaminants, including traces of oil, wax, polish, paint and varnish.
Always do a test area, including the final top coat finish (varnish, wax or oil), before starting any project to assess product suitability, colour and final finish.
Manns Pine Wood Stains are very easy to apply and have a good open time which helps to keep a wet edge, allowing time for tidying up runs and puddles. Minor runs will normally dry out evenly and should not be noticeable when the wood stain has fully dried.
Please Note: Special care should be taken when applying the first coat of this product over a water-based stain as excessive brush or roller strokes over the same area may potentially dislodge or drag the stain from the timber.
Manns Classic Pine Stain must be sealed with a top coat system, such as a wood varnish, wax or wood oil.
Please note: After applying Manns Wood Stain and before applying a varnish, oil or wax top-coat, it is essential that the surface of the wood is denibbed or lightly sanded. All traces of sanding dust must then be thoroughly removed with a vacuum cleaner. Failure to do this may result in adhesion issues with varnish or lacquer top-coats. This is especially so with the 'white' wood stain.
White wood stains need special care when finishing. Clear top-coats such as varnishes and oils can often make white wood stains appear 'creamy' or 'off-white'. It is recommended that you contact us when considering a top-coat for a white wood stain.
|Manns Extra Tough Floor Varnish||A clear, single component, water-based polyurethane floor varnish for all types of wood flooring|
|Manns Extra Tough Interior Varnish||A clear, water-based polyurethane varnish for interior wood. Ideal for wooden furniture, picture frames, skirting-boards, architraves and more|
|Manns Trade Extra Tough Pro Floor Varnish||An extremely durable, two-component floor varnish for softwood and hardwood flooring. Ideal for high traffic commercial environments such as pubs, clubs, community halls and restaurants|
|Manns Trade Extra Tough Pro Lacquer||A highly versatile two-component, water-based lacquer for wooden floors, kitchens and table tops, furniture and more|
|Manns Trade Bar Top Lacquer||A strong, solvent-based lacquer for use on wooden bar tops and table tops where ultimate protection and durability are required|
If using a water-based top coat, apply the first coat thinly, passing over the surface with few strokes to avoid any lifting or dragging of the stain. Apply the second coat as normal, denibbing between coats.
|Manns Premier Door Oil||A premier grade hard wax oil for use on all types of bare or unfinished interior doors|
|Manns Premier Top Oil||A hard-wearing worktop oil for use on wooden table tops, kitchen worktops, chopping boards and more|
interior wood oils from other brands may be used to seal in the stain.
|Manns Classic Beeswax Polish||A high quality, clear Beeswax Polish for use on sealed or unsealed interior wooden surfaces|
Q. I have an oak door with an pine surround, can I apply this stain to both?
A. Manns Classic Pine Stain for softwoods will give a different result if applied to Pine and Oak, or any other combination of soft and hardwoods. The colour can be adjusted by adding water to dilute the shade or by mixing with a darker colour from the same range to achieve a darker shade. If trying to achieve a similar colour on Pine and Oak we recommend using this product on Pine and the same colour from the Manns Classic Oak Stain on the Oak.