Often, my guys take one of those large plastic milk containers and cut the top off. Lisa – I would advise against this. Is it even possible to do white washed with american cherry floors? Maple is more expensive, but “easier” to get gray. felt pads, vent covers, Hardwood supplies e.g. We are building a new home, and just want a gray undertone to the floors, but not a full blown gray. For the poly, that is easy. It weakens it. We don’t want to go back to a brown because we’re trying to update and we just painted our oak cabinets. despite all of the work involved letting wood dry, putting in the tongue and groove nailing it down sanding and more sanding filling a few gaps and more sanding , then a stain … We usually use Country White. Finding pre-finished gray hardwood is easy, but how about if you already have oak hardwood floors in your Westchester home? If you like the darkness of Dark Walnut, but wanted gray undertones, would you mix/blend ebony, white, and a dark walnut? Any tips before we get started? Tina – Oh gosh, it sounds like you may have hired an inexperienced contractor. Choose what you like regardless. Hi, I am having a white oak piece of furniture made. I emailed Bona and asked them where to get the white and they directed me to a Denver distributor as well as this website which was free shipping after $75.00 or something. Also, you can always add a carpet runner on top if it’s due to the wood species. It was not attractive at all. I can’t see it so I’m just hypothesizing. A little darker than I expected but the red seems to pop out places with the red oak. American Cherry, Brazilian cherry, Douglas Fir, Mahogany), DO NOT try to do gray. Yes, gray! I would not expect it to last either. If they are old pine, they may need to sand, add conditioner, then apply stain. Want to see the floor cleaning products I recommend? Hello Debbie. then, do 3 coats Bona Traffic HD for poly. Minwax is for do-it-yourselfers; professionals use Duraseal. It sounds like you are going very light based on that mix. Your true missing ingredient is the ebony. How long does it take to sand and refinish hardwood floors? Do I buff or anything before applying the poly? Our swatches are very true to colour, but can also be viewed in person at our showroom in Abbotsford, BC. I’m using NordicSeal on white oak and I want to apply 2 coats. 8. You should do 3 coats of poly. I wish I could give you a recipe, but that’s really impossible until you see what it looks like on the wood and next to your cabinet sample. You need to speak to your flooring guy (before poly is applied) to see why it looks different. from either Duraseal or Minwax (or other places), that is most likely your issue. This is great advice! The oils penetrate the wood and attach at a molecular level making the wood stronger while leaving the texture and color unobstructed. As I mentioned it’s iffy…not sure how well the bleach will drown out the red. Sorry that I’m just getting to this now. It came out like paint to me! Water Based Wood Stain Water Based Paints, Pearl Effects & Glazes. After all, refinishing hardwood floors can be rather inconvenient as you need to move all the furniture and often vacate the house. I am in the process of refinishing and staining my Brazilian walnut floors. with ebony + white, you can suit to your own taste. Gregory – Yes, I would probably mix duraseal ebony and bona white for the gray and just mix to taste. If you do a traditional brown stain, you can either use oil based or water borne poly. We’ll definitely try dark walnut, but curious if you prefer coffee brown to medium brown for red oak to lessen the red? Please note that refinishing hardwood floors gray is challenging and should be handled by an expert, especially one with experience in gray and white washed floors. Certainly not like at all like the picture Minwax shows. I’m so glad to hear that! Claire – You can certainly try it with medium brown. 56. I have a few questions in the overall process: 1. I suppose it’s possible and it would be darker gray. I wanted to stain them gray, and after the flooring guy did a few samples on my floor, I chose Bona Dri Fast stain in Grey. Not sure how well it will work on this wood and whether there will be any reactions with the oils in the wood. intel to my gc’s flooring guy and he has suggested trying bona gray and a duraseal medium/dark for the new/existing red oak. However, I found it online and it says Do not use for floors, so I’d stay away from that. oh and he’s using LastnLast water poly. Will try ebony duraseal and bona. Combined, this innovative formula creates rich one coat coverage, which dries in one hour. This is a review of the pros and cons as well as application tips. Third, one thing is for certain..you need to ditch the LastnLast and trade up to Bona Traffic HD. Thank you for shedding light on the best browns to get the red out. Regarding going natural with Bona Traffic. Have you ever done a 50/50 ebony and country white on red oak? Good news is this is the easy part. He is asking for only a few final “real” samples on Monday and I’m wondering what your thoughts are on bona gray (versus your usual combo) to simplify the process — he is pretty grumpy about tinkering, which stinks but I’m stuck with him. Can you please provide suggested details in the topic. You can see images of this on our "Hampton" Dresser. This is the only product we use with gray or white washed floors. This gives the wood a unique patina and texture. It just lasts longer than traditional Bona and other water based polyurethanes. If you do more, you will close the pores and it will not absorb the stain properly. Thanks for your help. You may want to look around for a contractor who is more confident in this arena and has more experience with grays and mixes. Which also … All of the wood types accepted the stain … Our "Friedland" Dining Table is pictured in Natural Black Walnut. doing a coat of oil and then a coat of water or vice versa). He was said to be done today and we went in and the whole floor turned yellow! Yes, believe it or not, gray hardwood flooring is in style! Note: if they are different species, they will never match. I’ll try to ask my guy what he uses, but I think it’s just regular bleach. on Amazon…it may be hard for you to find duraseal locally…not sure) or offer to pay him for the additional cans. my eyes are confuse (hahaha). While achieving this gray look on existing oak hardwood is challenging (and is not to be done by your everyday contractor), it is possible to achieve when you have talented hardwood flooring refinishers. Your mix sounds a bit more complicated and we did something similar using maybe 4 colors and did it for 1000 sf and my guys weren’t concerned. It’s the top coat that will give it the final sheen. Minwax gray wood stains are richly textured, oil-based … Joe – Yes, that would look nice. Should I buff between the coats? We strongly recommend Bona Traffic HD poly for this effect (see below on where to buy). Is there any way to recover without sanding and repainting/restaining? Bona traffic HD has some UV protection in it, so it will help a bit, but still you can’t stop the natural process. Internet #: 206386411. And….have you seen the brand new duraseal colors?! I wanted a grayish brown finish, so I think Ash Gray is … Stain Color. Of course going darker will cover up the red better, so it is a trade off. It’s often better to add an extra coat of water based poly, too for a more durable finish. May throw aged barrel in the mix! (I’m just using that as an example to describe the roughness). (It dries out the wood a bit…just like hair dyes dry out your air…I think due to the ammonia). When it comes to gray, we use Duraseal ebony and Bona White. I would stay away from the new duraseal colors. These same stains will look brown on oak, but gray on maple. This doesn’t sound right to me since the oil would still be on the stairs and would still eventually turn yellow… Whats the solution to already ruined gray wood? This definitely took him longer than he anticipated and I feel he’s fed up but after investing so much in this I want this done properly… He was going back (on top of the oil based poly) to restain it with the grey stain and then use a different poly on top. It sounds like the application of it may be the issue. But, you could try natural with Bona traffic poly. I really appreciate your input! Second, we use Bona white rather than country white as the white is more opaque. Weathered Gray Premium Fast Dry Interior Wood Stain provides high quality color in 1 coat to enhance the natural beauty of interior wood surfaces. Also, by the way, we have found that on most woods with red (e.g. It looks like you found a water based stain and those are very challenging to use, especially for novices, anyway. Talk to your flooring guy. After he sanded and stained and did one top coat, the color is all over the place with grays, yellows and browns (based on the variations in the wood). My recommendation is to stay away from that color. I see you live in Florida…where they tend to use a lot of engineered flooring, so I’m hoping you have solid wood, as you may need to sand again if you’re not happy with it. But, I’d always advise against mixing the poly (e.g. You may also need to use a conditioner (test it) so it absorbs more evenly. Carbon Grey Dyed Oak Wood Veneer. Is there a special bleach that is used? If they are oak and just stained dark brown, that is no problem at all and it’s done all the time. I would avoid both minwax classic gray as well as duraseal’s classic gray. Perhaps you installer isn’t applying it correctly or putting too much on it. I have been using this stain now for a couple years and I really like it. We are going to waterpop it. Have you worked out on dark wood before ? I mixed ebony and white…and no matter what i do all the samples have a blue tint. Bona Traffic will look the best by far – both when applied and over time. We have sometimes used dark walnut or coffee brown in with the ebony + white to get a gray brown (just a bit). It is on the lighter side. We did some test squares mixing duraseal country white and classic grey in different parts, but there always seemed to be some yellow undertones coming through. Apply first coat of poly. The much bigger challenge was finding and experimenting to find the right color combo for this decorator. You may find 7 to 1 or 9 to 1 or 11 to 1 works…just test until you like the color. I am concerned about bleaching my floors because the wood samples I saw that were bleached looked very damaged similar to bad hair dye job. Any other recommendations. Always test stain on a hidden area of the wood to verify desired color. Eastern Pine will be the most cost effective material option we offer. Though it is softer than Oak or Maple, Cherry is still a great option and will have added durability with our water based polyurethane clear coats. Importantly, with oiled floors, you shouldn’t use a regular hardwood cleaner. Thoughts? Be careful with the wood species. He showed me some samples but i was not crazy. The right oak is on top and the white oak on the bottom. I’m sure durability would be better but seems fine. Eastern Maple will be the hardest wood we offer. i’m staining a butcher block island. But, I think it’s very risky on Cherry, especially as the cherries (both American and Brazilian) are more oily, so I would expect problems. I really like the stain options you have shown on the picture with red oak on top and white oak on the bottom. Re: Cofee brown, yes, this is better than medium brown, especially on red oak (medium brown has turns out rather reddish). Walking around with socks today, there are spots on the floor that are fairly rough and will pull at the fibers in the socks. Do you have any specific recommendations of the darker gray colors to try? Terry – No, you don’t. then Bona Traffic 1 coat. What do you recommend to eliminate the yellow? Since this wood is very light in nature, it takes any of our stain colours very well! Do I need to order it from their website as I can’t find anyone that has it. I have a hunch, you’ll probably prefer 5 to 1 or 3 to 1 if you want dark gray, but this is a preference thing. It may be enough to hide the red. 6 months to 1 year), it won’t look the same. You definitely can use tung oil or Rubio monocoat for gray hardwood floors, but it’s generally not my first choice. Your link is more expensive so trying to see what is different. I would expect Lastnlast to amberize more and more over time. Polyurethane, on the other hand, provides a protective layer that rests on top of the wood. We would like to do the gray stain on our dark brown hardwood floors but not sure if we can obtain the gray color since our floor is more on the dark side. We’ve done this a few times…and sometimes, it may take 10 or more mixes. Earl – Yes, that sounds right for the stains. This will closely resemble the look of Black Walnut, however you will not have all the same variations in colour and tones that this wood offers. Required fields are marked *. Sand 60 grit I would guess you can order through Bona (or else ask them where you can buy…they may have a store locator). The stain is supposed to penetrate hardwood. Wood Finish Water-Based Stain Tinsmith Gray Interior Stain … It was so helpful. I would expect it to come out pink and it’s not something I would recommend at all. If you have a wood that is naturally red (e.g. Yes, I seem be getting a lot of questions about this, and it seems that the common thread is that many have used Mixwax or Duraseal Classic Gray. If you see this and have any ideas, I’d be very grateful! That hasn’t been a concern for my guys. We have never done gray on brazilian walnut. Each wood option is offered in ten different stain choices. We are about ready to stain after a lot of floor-color deliberation (through a first floor reno). It just seems to be the way the woods absorb the stain and their pores. First, you’ll need to do a bleach to drown out the red. Eric – This would not be my inclination. One has shipping baked into the price, the other charges additional for shipping…but clearly the one you found is nets a lower total price. However, if you mean that you have a different species that is naturally dark (e.g. Carbon Gray Premium Fast Dry Interior Wood Stain (2-Pack) provides high quality color in 1 coat to enhance the natural beauty of interior wood surfaces. For a brown, you’re going to need to test. Do you think this si a good idea. mix in more ebony) or 2) bleach before. Note I would recommend using Pre-Stain wood conditioner before staining any Poplar wood. Subscriber Exclusive Offer Privacy Policy. Thanks again! And, you can buy these products on Amazon and have them shipped directly to you. With gray, you just need to test it. And, if the ability to spot treat is very important to you, then that is an added bonus. Avoid these common pitfalls that can impact your floor’s durability! Sku #: 1001547640. I will keep you posted. Joe – Oh good, I’m so glad to hear that. Its different than the one I sent you. I am scared of hardwood from China. I know this is strictly an opinion question, so bare with me. If you can’t tell from the surface, see if there is a grate or register in the floor that you can lift up and then view the profile of the wood. We now only offer this material in a Natural or Whitewash finish, as it does not take a stain as well as Western Maple. Varathane 1 qt. If your budget does not allow for Black Walnut, we would recommend Western Maple with our Special Walnut stain. Shown on Maple AND Oak View Product Details . Hello Flooring girl! Every single piece of wood took on a gray hue including the red oak. I have learned so much about flooring with all the information on your blog. I am looking to get 4″ unfinished white oak select. 3 parts white to 1 ebony…or 5 to 1. Instead, create a custom blend of white and ebony. I used Minwax Charcoal Gray and covered a small area. Thanks for your instructions. Ultimate Oil-Based Interior Wood Stain In Carbon Grey, 946 Ml Varathane Ultimate Wood Stain is a premium, high performance stain system enhanced with Nano pigments and soy oil base for exceptional colour clarity. If so, how? Steve – First, you’ll want to test it. My contractor wants to mux duraseal classic gray and country white. Also how much square footage would this cover? Thank you! It may work or it may look awful. We have occasionally done country white, but Bona white looks better. He shouldn’t have a problem with it. Sorry, I’ve been busy and I have a flood of questions, and just can’t keep up. And what kind of poly would you use? When in doubt, I find with gray it generally turns out better if you go a bit darker. We currently have MInwax Dark Walnut on our floors. Can you stain Brazilian cherry grey? The highest grit you should use before the stain is 100. I think they’re only planning to use water base. Matt – That is not something I would recommend as it is very red and you will probably have red/pink coming through. If the wood is unfinished it would probably be from the US. Also, find out what the “real” issue is. Here is the site: floormechanics.com. These a combo of light and dark grays as well as greiges (gray/brown blends) and you may want to check those out in this article:  Duraseal’s new gray and greige blend line. These innovative gray stain blends range from light rustic tones to time-worn grays to deep brown and gray blends. We’ve been using that combo for years. Minwax Performance Series Tintable Wood Stain is available in 40 colors. It needs to be one on site with 1 or 2 and then keep adapting. It was not a premix, they did it at the store. Thank you for the reply. I hired a contractor for the flooring of my whole place and its taken a month to finally stain freshly purchased oak wood to the shade of gray I’ve wanted. Again if you are interested in a gray stain, see 5 gray stain options and for white stain, white wood stain options. Silvery gray. I know you are preaching 3 coats and I’ve read 3 is much better other places but the instructions state 2 is sufficient. I have brand new straight grain white oak floors and am going for a relatively light grey floor. The 2 main solutions are 1) go a bit darker (i.e. Instead, you just apply more oil. The pink tones would be about the same. I really appreciate that and the follow up. It sounds like the contractor didn’t apply stain correctly nor use right poly. Stains should dry at least 24 hrs, consistent with dark colored stains (and/or to the manufacturer’s specifications. But, it is much more challenging to sand and stain, and it’s blotchy. Thank you so much for your site and blog. This prevents liquids from penetrating; oiled floors don’t have that same level of protection. A few places were tough to blend since I have never stained before and took me about half way through before I had it down and learned how long to let it sit, wipe away drop marks right away and whatnot. For the gray part, I would use Duraseal Ebony + Bona White (neither Minwax nor Duraseal are good for whites…they are too watery…and their premixed grays are also too watery. Thanks a lot! They are actually the same product! White Oak is often used in Scandinavian furniture designs with either a Natural or Whitewashed finish. Fill wood putty Eliz – Those were done a couple of years ago and I don’t remember the ratios, but most likely we did 3:1, 5:1, 7:1, 9:1. Bona Nordic Seal. I just found this blog and I wish I found it earlier. Thank you so much for your response. How would you go about bleaching the floors? Yes, I agree it’s a bit of challenge. I applied the samples and am going with the 3:1 as I have red oak and the dark looked better like you described. This would be more unusual as most homes have oak (or else another lighter wood). It’s not the best for wood, especially if it’s not applied properly. Liz – Excellent. Claudia – It depends what you mean by dark brown hardwood floors. White wash costs a bit more, and water based poly costs a bit more. he sanded my white oak floors to the bare original conditon, is there alight stain color you can possibly recommend. It looks different on each floor and more often we have been doing on select grade, so it will look different. I haven’t researched this yet. Thanks for stopping by and letting me know. Keep mixing the ratios (my guy usually starts darker and then keeps adding in more white). As a homeowner, you can do the repair yourself, and you don’t need to sand and refinish. water based poly. nd not the cool side of the grey. I really wanted a gray floor but due to the nature of the red tone in red oak floor is very hard to achieve the color. Yes, I noticed that the wood did look drier after the bleach. The differences in color and graining are more apparent in real life. You’ll have to look at that to make sure. You’ll need to see which you prefer for the color you’re hoping for. Thank you very much for your help I learned a lot and was able to do it myself and came out pretty fantastic. and, it will cost you more. Lastnlast is low quality and it won’t hold up (so you will pay more in the end as you will need to refinish much sooner). Ebony I can find just not the white. If he can’t mix, try dark walnut, antique brown and coffee brown. Is it the white on this site? We have found doing an ebony/white mix works best and/or mixing in some true black. Thank you so much for your help. We decided to just go with a “classic” wood color and ditch the gray. Oh gosh, you really need to test it. 4. Gray stained floors tend to turn out best on white oak flooring. However, we don’t like any of them and we’re concerned at this point that we may not be able to get the gray color we want. for pricing and availability. one with water pop one without. It is a bit of an art. I would never do it for any of my customers on cherry unless they signed a waiver of some sort. These 2 colors make gray…and then it’s just about how dark (or light) the gray is. Deirdre – Yes, gray is challenging. He went the route of 2x coats of white followed by 1x coat of grey staining which turned out beautifully! Fast drying formula dries in 1 hour and uses nano pigments to offer superior color and coverage. Interesting. If you mean you have red oak, then you have 2 choices: 1) Bleach the floors first or 2) choose a darker gray to hide the pink undertones. We were thinking of bleaching the floors first which we also thought might lead to a more uniform flooring color. When stained, you will get some of the natural warmth of the wood coming through. 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