Cannot ship outside continental United States. Must ship surface transportation only.
Antique Wood Stain
Specially formulated to bring out the rich beauty and figure of any wood.
DEEP PENETRATING - Designed to penetrate deep into wood so surface scratches, abrasion and other wear damage will not expose raw, unstained areas.
NON-GRAIN-RAISING - Suppled in a special solvent blend that will not swell grain, checkering, carving or tight inletting.
LIGHT FAST - The dyes used in Antique Wood Stain are metal complexed solvent soluble dyes. These dyes are exceptionally light fast and in many cases are more light fast than pigmented stains.
FINISH COMPATIBILITY - Antique Wood Stain can be added directly to Laurel Mountain Forge's Permalyn Finishes. This is especially useful when refinishing worn areas or in restoration work.
RICH COLORS - Will enhance the grain and figure of all woods. Adds depth and clarity that can't be obtained with pigment type stains. All colors of Antique Wood Stain can be intermixed to obtain additional colors.
CONCENTRATED - Antique Wood Stain is concentrated making it economical to use. One 4 oz. bottle will stain many stocks. It can be reduced to obtain lighter shades for even more economy.
MAPLE – Amber color with red undertones. Popular 18th – 20th century American Stock color. When used on walnut stocks, stain has stronger red undertones than Walnut Stain. Produces an exceptionally fine color on English walnut.
HONEY MAPLE - On light colored woods such as maple, this stain will color wood an overall rich honey color. Any figure or grain pattern will be stained a darker amber-brown. Honey Maple has less red under tone than Maple Stain. This color was popular in Lebanon and York county Pa. in the 18th and 19th centuries.
CHERRY – Deep, rich red-brown color. Brings out red undertones when used on cherry or any other wood. Duplicates the color of 18th and 19th century firearms from Lehigh and Northampton county PA., when staining maple. Matches the classic red-brown used on high quality European firearms, when used on walnut. Color similar to that obtained with the natural stain alkanet root, but with the exceptional light fastness characteristic of all Laurel Mountain Forge Stains.
**These are actual photographs of Antique Wood Stain applied to samples of highly figured hard curly maple. Due to variations in color calibration between computer monitors, these samples are only meant to be general representations.