Wood Stain

  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Low Odour & completely non-toxic
  • Fast drying
  • Easy to apply
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Use it to stain any type of wood for indoor or outdoor use!

A highly concentrated wood stain that effectively colours wood in one simple application. The formulation is water based and so is safe to use in all environments, has a very low odour and is non-toxic.

Our Wood stain is specially formulated to evenly dye wood, ensuring equal and even colour penetration throughout. The stain dries to a natural matt finish in only 10 minutes and has excellent coverage.

After staining wood, you should finish the job by sealing the stain in with one of our Wood Waxes or Wood Oils. These will bring out the colour of the stain further, provide additional protection and can be used to alter the finish to either satin or gloss.

Wood Stain is Suitable For

You can use Wood Stain on any wood, just make sure it has been thoroughly cleaned and any old finishes removed.

Wood Stain Coverage and Shelf Life

250ml of Wood Stain will cover approximately 3m2

500ml of Wood Stain will cover approximately 6m2

Once open, use within three years.


New Wood – Needs to be sanded first to create a lovely smooth finish. Sand first with 120g sandpaper, then with 240g and again with 320g. This process will help even out the surface creating a lovely smooth finish for the stain to absorb into. 

Used Wood - If the wood is old it may be painted or varnished. If so, remove any old coatings using our Paint & Varnish Remover. Or, if the wood has been treated with an oil or wax, wipe the surface down with Thinners or Mineral Spirit to remove this. After removing the old finish, sand smooth with 320g sandpaper. 

Pine & Softwoods – Once you have prepared the surface as above you should apply a Pre-Stain Conditioner. This is because softwoods absorb wood stains in an uneven fashion and could come out blotchy once stained.

In all instances, ensure the surface is clean and any saw dust & dirt has been removed. 


If you are unsure of the colour, test it on an unseen area first. The stain can be applied with either a Lint Free Cloth or a brush. Apply the stain liberally going in the direction of the grain, leave it to soak in for a minute or two and then wipe any excess of using a Lint Free Cloth. 

The longer you leave the excess on the surface to soak in the deeper/richer the colour will appear. We therefore recommend to remove it after only a minute or two and if it dries too light, you can apply another coat. However, if you apply too much and it dries too dark, it is much harder to sand, strip and then re-stain the wood! 

After wiping off the excess you’ll need to wait for about 10 minutes for the stain to thoroughly dry. Once it’s a dry a second coat can be applied if desired; applied in the same way as the first. 

Finishing & Maintenance 

After staining the wood it should be finished with a varnish, oil or wax. The Wood Stain is colourfast once dry but by applying a finish you can; 

  • Increase protection against water and staining.
  • Enhance the colour of the stain; an oil or wax will really bring out the colour. 
  • Increase the shine of the wood. 
  • Seal in the stain to help it age better. 

The wood should then be maintain as per the instructions for your chosen finish.

Customer Results using our Wood Stain

The below photos have all be sent to us by customers when they have reviewed our Wood Stain.

Pine Table Stained 

This was stained using our Antique Pine Wood Stain. 

Pine Table Wood Stain

Staining a Table Dark Oak

This table, made from Pine, has been stained using our Dark Oak Wood Stain. You can see the customer is also in the process of applying a Beeswax Polish to seal the stain.

Table Stained Dark Oak

Using Natural Oak Wood Stain

The below side table has been stained using our Natural Oak Wood Stain.

Natural Oak Wood Stain

Kitchen Unit Stained Dark Oak

The below Kitchen unit has been stained using our Dark Oak Wood Stain.

Stained Dark Oak

Black Wood Stain on a new table

A furniture maker who uses our wood stains shared this photo of a table he stained black. The overall look was achieved with our Black Wood Stain and the table was finish with our Interior Wood Varnish in matt.

Black Wood Stain

Table restored using Natural Oak

This customer restored their table by staining it with our Natural Oak Wood Stain.

Stained using Natural Oak Wood Stain

Color Chart

Our Wood Stain is available in a range of popular wood stain colors. If you don't see the color you want listed below, you can also mix the different colors of stain together to achieve any color of Wood Stain you need.

Our best-selling colors are dark oak wood stain and natural oak wood stain. Any color can be lightened by adding in some of our white wood stain, or darkened by adding black wood stain or anyone of our dark wood stains.

Using Dark Oak Wood Stain

This photo shows a solid piece of oak (right) in its natural state.

The piece on the left has been stained using our Dark Oak Wood Stain.


IMPORTANT: The colors shown here are dependent upon screen settings or monitor calibration, they are a guide only. The actual colour may vary.

FAQ - How to Stain Wood

Q. What is the best way to apply Wood Stain?

A. When staining wood you can use a bristle brush, cloth or for best results use a Foam Brush. Application is simple, just wipe it over the surface and the stain will be absorbed by the wood. If you want to know how to stain wood, then watch one of our videos on this page. 

Q. How do you prepare wood for staining?

A. If the surface is dirty clean it first with a suitable Wood Cleaner. Otherwise, sand it with #100 Sanding Pad in the direction of the grain. If the wood is freshly sawn, you may need to start with something more coarse such as 120g sandpaper and work your way up with the Sanding Pads. For softwoods, once you have prepared the surface, you should apply a Pre-Stain Conditioner.

Q. Can you stain wood without sanding?

A. Yes you can. Our Wood Stain has been designed to deeply penetrate all wooden surfaces. However, you’ll always get best results by giving the wood a light sand first with #100 Sanding Pads.

Q. How long does it take Wood Stain to dry?

A. Our Wood Stain is a quick drying stain, taking only 10 minutes to thoroughly dry. Once dry, the wood can be stained with a second application if desired.

Q. How long should stain sit before wiping?

A. We recommend leaving the stain to soak into the wood for one or two minutes before wiping the excess off. This will prevent the stain from staining the wood too dark; you can then apply a second application of Wood Stain if you want to darken the wood further.

Q. What happens if you don’t wipe the stain off?

A. Wood Stain is designed to penetrate into the wood and so the longer you leave it on the more it will soak in and the darker the wood will become. Wood can also only absorb so much stain before it becomes saturated and so any excess would then dry on the surface. This is why we recommend wiping the stain off after one or two minutes.

Q. Does wood need to be sealed after staining?

A. Sealing wood after staining isn’t required, but it is recommended. Not only do wood finishes enhance the colour but they’ll also protect the wood from scratches and help stop it from fading. We recommend using a Wood Varnish.

Q. Do you sand after staining wood?

A. You shouldn’t sand wood after you’ve applied a Wood Stain. The wood should be sanded prior to staining. If the wood stain raises the grain of the wood, you can sand the wood and then restain.

Q. How many wood stain colours do you have?

A. We have a selection of nine different wood stain colours. From popular dark wood colours like dark oak and black wood stain, to lighter colours such as teak, natural oak and white ash.

Q. Is it an interior wood stain?

A. Yes, our wood stain can be used on all interior wood. It can also be used on exterior wood too.