Brittany Joyce Flooring November 21st, 2018 - 04:33:06
You can see that I've got an oak board here and what you want to do is you want to use some type of a base of a stain that has any type of coloring of it, whether it's a country white, a blue red. It doesn't quite matter all the applications are going to be the same. If you want to make sure to stir your product to shake it, give it a little stir. You want to give it a little bit of a stir.
You want to go ahead and use it right on your rag. Now, what's great about this, is you can have it thick you're going to have it thin? It doesn't matter as long as you get the consistency and the look that you want. You want to put it on your rag, you want to just wipe it on your product and you keep spreading it until you get that. Look what you want, whether you want to complete white or give you a complete side. That's completely white! You can't even see the grain on this side.
Okay, or you want to see a little bit of the grain popping through. If you don't like it, go ahead and wipe it off, while you still got it wet well, you wiped off too much just go ahead and apply a little bit more and give it a little bit of a dabble, spread it back and forth. Using tight, lighter and lighter and lighter feather touches, and that will give you a great feather type look for this whitewash, I'm Todd, the flying furniture guy, and this was how to whitewash oak furniture.