Can you put stain and polyurethane over stained wood?

Answer On One Hand: Stained Wood is PorousStained wood can receive an additional application of stain and a polyurethane finish. Pittsburgh Paints recommends,"Wood types vary in color and texture and will... Read More »

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How to Apply Polyurethane to Stained Wood?

Polyurethane is applied to painted or stained surfaces to protect the wood or finish. It goes on wet, but leaves a strong sealed surface when dry. Applying polyurethane over stained wood is crucial... Read More »

How do I strip polyurethane stain from wood floors?

PrepareSweep the wood floor to remove any dirt and debris. As you sweep, watch for any nails that may be sticking up from the surface of the floor. Pound in these nails with a hammer to prevent inj... Read More »

How do I paint over stained wood trim?

Remove the trim from the wall carefully by using a flat pry bar with some type of padding against the wall to avoid damage. If you have a lot of sections of trim with similar lengths, number each s... Read More »

Can I paint over wood stain?

It's possible to paint over wood that has been stained, although you'll need to prepare the surface for new paint. If the wood was sealed with a protective varnish, you'll need to remove the coatin... Read More »