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Wood Staining Services

furniture refinishing services

Wood Staining at Aaron’s Touch Up

If you need to stain your wood furniture, Aaron’s Touch Up is the place to get it done. Whether you want to breathe new life into an old piece or update an antique, staining furniture is the perfect way to make something look like new again. With over a decade of experience working in furniture, Aaron’s Touch Up has the expertise to ensure that your wood furniture pieces will be stained in exactly the way that you want them to be.

We can match the stain of another piece, re-stain your furniture to a new finish, or even help you develop a new style for your furniture if you’re getting new wooden floors. By getting professional furniture wood staining from Aaron’s Touch Up, you can rest assured the work will be of excellent quality and will last for years to come.

About Staining Wood Furniture

Stain is composed of the same three ingredients as paint: pigment, solvent, and binder. The difference is that stain is predominantly pigment and solvent with little binder. Some of the more common types of stain are:

  • Oil Stain: This type of stain is most commonly used, and can be identified by its thinning and clean-up solvent: mineral spirits, usually listed as petroleum distillate or aliphatic hydrocarbon. This type of stain allows plenty of time to remove excess stain and ensure that the coat is even.
  • Water-Based Stain­: The binder in this type of wood furniture stain is water-based and less irritating. They are easier to clean up than oil-based and other stains.
  • Varnish Stain: This type of stain is similar to oil-based stains, but uses varnish as the binder. Varnish dries hard, while oil stains do not. Varnish stains can be brushed onto wood and left to dry without needing to brush or wipe off any excess.
  • Polyurethane: This is essentially a plastic in liquid or aerosol form that is available in water- and oil-based forms and is often the final layer on top of the wood. Polyurethane can also be combined with a stain into a single product for easier application.

There are several other types of stain and top applications, but these are the most common. We are happy to discuss other options for staining furniture when working on your pieces.

Why Aaron’s Touch Up?

Aaron’s Touch Up and Restoration has been in the wood furniture staining business for over a decade, helping businesses and individual customers with their staining needs. Bring your pieces into our Dallas studio or send in pictures and we can visit your location for a consultation and quote. Give us a call or fill out our contact form today to get more information about the services we provide.

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