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Can you mix stain and latex paint?
Stain and paint can be mixed safely to achieve your desired color. For successful results, mix oil-based stain only with oil-based paint and water-based stain only with water-based paint. You can also mix two colors of stain together to achieve the tint that you wish. via
How do you mix paint and stain wood?
To stain wood any color, mix 1 part paint with a 4 parts clear mixing glaze. Or, add water to acrylic paint in a 1:1 ratio. Transparent dyes will also give wood a colorful, stained appearance. via
Does latex paint stick to stain?
Because latex paint is water-based, it is incompatible with oil-based solid stains. To generate a durable finish, you must apply a special primer that will bond to both coatings. via
Can you mix latex paint with oil-based stain?
Latex paint (and even other oil-based paint) can be successfully applied over older oil-based paint as long as the surface is fully cured and there is nothing inherent in the coating that prevents another layer of paint to be added. via
Is painting or staining wood better?
Painting coats the top of wood while stain penetrates the wood. Stain protects and preserves the beauty of your wood compared to paint which covers and hides it. Stain wears away gradually for periodic re-coating. Paint peeling requires extensive scraping. via
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What kind of paint do you use on stained wood?
What kind of paint do you use to paint over stained wood? Always use spray paint, water-based latex paint, or oil-based paint. via
Can you change the color of stain on wood?
Staining bare wood can alter the wood's color and bring out the beauty of the wood's grain pattern. Unfinished wood is often sealed with a polyurethane finish or another sort of topcoat, and in this case, you can't stain the wood, but you can use a colored coating to change the color of the wood. via
How do you make paint look stained? (video)
What happens if I put stain over paint?
You won't get that wood grain finish when you stain over paint. Rather, you'll get a weathered and aged look to your paint job. Staining over paint adds the appearance of wear and distress to the final project. It also makes the paint job look a little faded and worn. via
Can I apply solid stain over paint?
Many times, painting contractors paint over stained surfaces, but can you stain over a painted wood surface? The short answer is 'Yes. via
Will stain dry over paint?
While you can stain over paint, realize that you are creating a unique look, not an authentic stained wood-grain look. For that, first strip off all of the paint, then apply the stain. Areas of unsealed wood putty or wood filler readily absorb the stain and produce dark, noticeable spots. via
What happens if you put water in oil based paint?
Using water-based or acrylic paint when painting over oil-based paint is likely to cause peeling or chipping because those formulas don't bond well with the naturally glossy surface of oil-based paint. via
Can you color match oil based paint?
Any place that can custom mix colors. Benjamin Moore is also a source for oil based color matched paint. try Sherwin Williams, SW's oil-based paint doesn't appear to be too highly rated. via
Can you mix water based paint with oil based stain?
QUESTION: Can oil and water based products be used over each other? ANSWER: Yes! but the underlying finish has to be absolutely dry. When using a water based topcoat over an oil based stain, allow oil based finishes, such as Java Gel Stain, to dry at least 72 hours before coating with a water based topcoat. via