Give rough-cut lumber a new and finished look by applying a stain before you begin your project. Staining rough-cut lumber is different from staining traditional lumber, so be sure to use the right method.
Here is what you will need for the staining project:
* Large tarp
* Large bucket
* Warm water
* Hard-bristled scrub brush
* Pressure washer
* Rubber gloves
* Breathing mask
* Staining solution
Find a well-ventilated area to do the staining. Setting up in a garage with the garage door open may work, but setting up outdoors is preferable. Protect yourself from harmful fumes by wearing rubber gloves and a paper breathing mask. Lay the tarp on your work surface to avoid damage from spills.
Clean the rough-cut lumber with a bristled brush and warm water or pressure washer if outdoors. Allow the washed lumber to dry completely then go over it with sandpaper to smooth any rough edges.
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