February 12, 2012 in Photo Questions
did you "treat" the paneling,
or was it already that
nice, warm-ish color?

(i have orange-ish knotty pine, but would love a colour like this to be achievable....
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Rupal Mamtani
The panel was already this color. Let me know if, and how, you're able to achieve this color.
February 14, 2012 at 7:39AM   
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linseed & turpentine 50/50 first clean/degrease let it dry off then you may want to give it a light sand just to make it fresh, clean again with alcohol, apply the 50/50 linseed & turpentine rub with a wad of cheese cloth. when dry it doesn't look treated just beautifies and linseed smells so good. For color add stain to the mix
February 24, 2012 at 8:35PM   
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Michelle Ridge
I have 3/4" tongue and groove wormy chesnut in my house. Lots of the dining room, living room, kitchen, and the kitchen cabinets. I hate the color. Its a orange color stain that is just not for me. Would love to make it a more natural color. Any ideas besides taking it down and stripping?
January 19, 2013 at 5:59PM   
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tsp is pretty amazing at removing filthy layers of preservative and I washed the wails with it quite liberally using a sponge mop after each wash the color brightened bringing out the grain - beware it's pretty harse stuff.
January 19, 2013 at 8:03PM   
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