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May 29, 2013
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It's from a can with a couple of years on it - Rustoleum American Accents Java Bean - that color is now Espresso.
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Test on another piece of scrap or simply the other side of the piece previously tested.Apply the Color WashEither brushing or wiping on this solution will work fine. I find that wiping it on gives me the best results.You can use these same steps with any paint color to create a wash. Adding small amounts of paint to the brown will allow you to create different tints, such as red.This method will also raise the grain on the project, which will require additional sanding between coats. For a top coat, apply polyurethane or a clear spray finish, just like you would on a stained project.More: See how to make the small table in the first photo

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Color washing to mimic staining wood
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wood colorwash
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Washable stain
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stain for kitchen
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Wood-stain look via paint.
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its a how to do it
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6th step
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Color wash
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May 29, 2013
Great process
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tipo barniz con acrilico
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using any color acrylic paint and putting with some water or another color of paint to change the tint. They used brown acrylic.
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to stain table
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Great application much easier to use
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May 29, 2013
Either brushing or wiping on this solution will work fine. I find that wiping it on gives me the best results. You can use these same steps with any paint color to create a wash. Adding small amounts of paint to the brown will allow you to create different tints, such as red. This method will also raise the grain on the project, which will require additional sanding between coats. For a top coat, apply polyurethane or a clear spray finish, just like you would on a stained project
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How to paint the 3 season porch
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I'd like to try this..
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