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Old 02-27-2016, 05:23 PM   #1
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Hi Y'all,

Client wants me to do the hood and island in this finish she found (see pix). Never done this before. What steps & products should I use? Stain + glaze?

Thank you for your help!
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Old 02-27-2016, 05:37 PM   #2
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I'm guessing my screen just is not showing it well but it just looks like stain and clear coat. Can you describe the finish. It could be stain and glaze. If it is try to get the base stain close to the color clear coat it and than glaze it. See how it looks
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Select your base colour. Then use a glaze with some raw umber in it and brush it on to your desired effect.


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I would have posted this question in the Decorative Finishes sub forum.

Or I would have added "faux" in the title of the the thread.

Just to help alert the right crowd.
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Honestly unless my screen is not showing the finish well it looks simple to replicate. If there is a glaze its most likely burnt or raw umber like truecolors said.
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Hard to tell exactly what that finish is, but it looks like a stain followed by a white wiping glaze over the whole surface. If so, might be difficult to find the original stain colour to make a match.

I can see that there is a second glaze layer on top - looks like what would be an acetone based spray glaze (van dyke brown probably) removed with scotchbrite as to leave very little in the crevices and lite streaks on the surface.

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Can't say for 100% sure this would work, but it's probably what I would try...

- american walnut stain (cut it a bit if it's too dark)
- seal coat reduced to 5% solids
- white alkyd wiping glaze
- seal coat
- van dyke brown wiping glaze
- seal coat
- topcoat

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