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Before applying a finish to your wood furniture, it is important to make sure the surface is on bare wood. If this is not the case, it will be necessary to strip beforehand. Prepare your surface to eliminate irregularities. You can sand with a fine sandpaper (120-150) to obtain a smooth surface. You must always work following the direction of the wood grain.

Make sure the surface is clean.

Once the furniture has been properly prepared,  ex: stripped and sanded, you can proceed to staining. However, you must be certain that the surface is clean, dry and free of dirt.

Our 40 pre-mixed water based colors can be combined in any desired ratio to create an infinite amount of colors.  These recipes are easy to make.  You simply have to mix two colors using the proportions indicated on our chart with the help of our graduated container that is included in our 60-003 mixing kit.

The color shown may vary depending on the preparation (sanding) and the wood species. We recommend testing for color in a discreet area before undertaking the entire project.

You can now apply a stain to the surface of your cabinet doors or furniture. You can use SamaN’s water-based stain, which is designed to get desired color after applying only one coat. Apply the stain using the SamaN sponge included in the 60-002 Staining Kit.  It is the most economical method. It is imperative to vigorously stir the stain so that the pigments are evenly dispersed. Pour a small amount of stain onto the sponge included in the SamaN Stain Kit and wipe off any excess with the soft, clean cloth. Let dry for 1 hour.

Once your cabinets or furniture are stained with the desired color, you must apply a varnish to protect them. It is best to apply two coats of SamaN varnish to seal and protect the wood. SamaN varnishes are available in four types of finishes: matte,  satin, semi-gloss and gloss.

Specially formulated to withstand heavy traffic, the superior performance of aluminum oxide nano technology combined with a super-revolutionary finish, exceeds by far the highest standards of wood protection against wear, scuffing, damage and damage caused by UV rays. Ideal for wood floors, furniture, cabinets and moldings.

Before applying a finish to your wood door, it is important to make sure you are down to the bare wood. If this is not the case, it will be necessary to strip beforehand. Prepare your surface to eliminate irregularities. You can sand with a fine sandpaper (120-150) to obtain a smooth surface. You must always work in the direction of the wood grain.

Make sure the surface is clean

Once the doors have been properly prepared, that is, stripped and sanded, you can proceed with the staining. However, you must first make sure that the surface is clean, dry and free of dirt.

Our 40 pre-mixed water based colors can be combined in any desired ratio to create an infinite amount of colors.  These recipes are easy to make.  You simply have to mix two colors using the proportions indicated on our chart with the help of our graduated container that is included in our 60-003 mixing kit.

The color shown may vary depending on the preparation (sanding) and the wood species. We recommend testing for color in a discreet area before undertaking the entire project.

You can now apply a stain to the surface of your cabinet doors or furniture. You can use SamaN’s water-based stain, which is designed to get desired color after applying only one coat. Apply the stain using the SamaN sponge included in the 60-002 Staining Kit.  It is the most economical method. It is imperative to vigorously stir the stain so that the pigments are evenly dispersed. Pour a small amount of stain onto the sponge included in the SamaN Stain Kit and wipe off any excess with the soft, clean cloth. Let dry for 1 hour.

Once your cabinets or furniture are stained with the desired color, you must apply a varnish to protect them. It is best to apply two coats of SamaN varnish to seal and protect the wood. SamaN varnishes are available in four types of finishes: matte,  satin, semi-gloss and gloss.

Specially formulated to withstand heavy traffic, the superior performance of aluminum oxide nano technology combined with a super-revolutionary finish, exceeds by far the highest standards of wood protection against wear, scuffing, damage and damage caused by UV rays. Ideal for wood floors, furniture, cabinets and moldings.

The first step in refurbishing your cabinets or wood furniture is to remove the stain, paint and / or varnish that currently covers the surface until you are completely back down to the bare wood. 

Use a methylene chloride free stripper without NMP. Chemical strippers are harmful products, especially for people with respiratory problems (ex:  asthma). If you are in this situation, always wear a special chemicals filter mask.  Wear goggles, gloves and appropriate clothing to prevent splashing on the skin.

Apply a thick layer of product with a brush on your piece of furniture.   Leave as is (reaction time) according to the time indicated by the manufacturer.

Scrape with a putty knife, always following the direction of the wood grain.

Rinse thoroughly. If necessary, repeat the operation.

The surfaces that have been stripped must then be sanded to eliminate irregularities. You can sand with a fine sandpaper (120-150) to obtain a smooth surface. Always work in the direction of wood grain.

Make sure the surface is clean

Once your cabinet doors or furniture have been properly prepared, that is, stripped and sanded, you can proceed to staining.  However, you must first of all make sure that the surface is clean, dry and free of dirt.

Our 40 pre-mixed water based colors can be combined in any desired ratio to create an infinite amount of colors.  These recipes are easy to make.  You simply have to mix two colors using the proportions indicated on our chart with the help of our graduated container that is included in our 60-003 mixing kit.

The color shown may vary depending on the preparation (sanding) and wood species. We advise you to test in a discreet area before undertaking your entire project.

You can now apply a stain to the surface of your cabinet doors or furniture. You can use SamaN’s water-based stain, which is designed to get desired color after applying only one coat. Apply the stain using the SamaN sponge included in the 60-002 Staining Kit.  It is the most economical method. It is imperative to vigorously stir the stain so that the pigments are evenly dispersed. Pour a small amount of stain onto the sponge included in the SamaN Stain Kit and wipe off any excess with the soft, clean cloth.

Once your cabinets or furniture are stained with the desired color, you must apply a varnish to protect them. It is best to apply two coats of SamaN varnish to seal and protect the wood. SamaN varnishes are available in four types of finishes: matte,  satin, semi-gloss and gloss.

Specially formulated to withstand heavy traffic, the superior performance of aluminum oxide nano technology combined with a super-revolutionary finish, exceeds by far the highest standards of wood protection against wear, scuffing, damage and damage caused by UV rays. Ideal for wood floors, furniture, cabinets and moldings.

Make sure the surface is clean.

Before you even begin staining, make sure your surface is ready. You must in fact verify that your surface is clean, dry and free of all dirt. To clean the surface thoroughly, we recommend using TSP, a cleaner/degreaser. TSPeco is ideal for preparing surfaces before applying a stain.

Our 40 pre-mixed water based colors can be combined in any desired ratio to create an infinite amount of colors.  These recipes are easy to make.  You simply have to mix two colors using the proportions indicated on our chart with the help of our graduated container that is included in our 60-003 mixing kit.

The color shown may vary depending on the manufacturer’s white finish. We advise you to test your stain in a discreet area before undertaking your entire project.

You can now apply a stain on your manufactured white finished doors.  You can use SamaN water based stain. Apply the stain using the SamaN sponge included in the 60-002 Staining Kit.  It is the most economical method. It is imperative to vigorously stir the stain so that the pigments are evenly dispersed. Pour a small amount of stain onto the sponge included in the SamaN Stain Kit and wipe off any excess with a natural silk brush. Leave to dry for 3 hours.

For a darker shade, apply a second coat of SamaN Stain and be sure to wipe clean afterwards. However, usually only one coat is needed to achieve the desired result.

Once your panels or MDF molding are stained with the desired color, you must apply a varnish to protect them. It is best to apply two coats of SamaN varnish to seal and protect your project.  SamaN varnishes are available in four types of finishes: matte,  satin,  semi-gloss and gloss

Specially formulated to withstand heavy traffic, the superior performance of aluminum oxide nano technology combined with a super-revolutionary finish, exceeds by far the highest standards of wood protection against wear, scuffing, damage and damage caused by UV rays. Ideal for wood floors, furniture, cabinets and moldings.

Make sure that the surface is clean

Before beginning to stain make certain that the surface is ready.  You must make sure that the surface is clean,  dry and dirt free.  To properly clean the surface we recommend using TSP,  a cleaner/degreaser.  TSPeco is ideal for preparing any surface before staining.

Our 40 pre-mixed water based colors can be combined in any desired ratio to create an infinite amount of colors.  These recipes are easy to make.  You simply have to mix two colors using the proportions indicated on our chart with the help of our graduated container that is included in our 60-003 mixing kit.

The illustrated color may vary depending on the density of the MDF.  We suggest testing in a discreet area before undertaking your entire project.

You can now apply a stain on your MDF boards or moldings. You can use SamaN water based stain. Apply the stain using the SamaN sponge included in the 60-002 Staining Kit.  It is the most economical method. It is imperative to vigorously stir the stain so that the pigments will be evenly dispersed. Pour a small amount of stain onto the sponge included in the SamaN Stain Kit and wipe off any excess with a natural silk brush. Leave to dry for 3 hours.

For a darker shade, apply a second coat of SamaN Stain and be sure to wipe clean afterwards. However, usually only one coat is needed to achieve the desired result.

Once your panels or MDF molding are stained with the desired color, you must apply a varnish to protect them. It is best to apply two coats of SamaN varnish to seal and protect your project.  SamaN varnishes are available in four types of finishes: matte,  satin,  semi-gloss and gloss

Specially formulated to withstand heavy traffic, the superior performance of aluminum oxide nano technology combined with a super-revolutionary finish, exceeds by far the highest standards of wood protection against wear, scuffing, damage and damage caused by UV rays. Ideal for wood floors, furniture, cabinets and moldings.