30 January 2012

Getting stain into all the corners

Getting wood stain or varnish into the tight corners and crevices of that unfinished bookcase or table that you are re-finishing can be difficult and downright frustrating.  You can make a really simple and very inexpensive crevice tool for staining in just a couple of minutes and using two common household items.  Just cut a strip from the leg of a pair of old, clean pantyhose and wind it around the end of a chopstick, skewer or icy pole stick. Secure it with a rubber band and you're good to go - or get staining as the case may be. Dip the end into your stain and simply push it into all those tricky nooks and crannies for an evenly stained finish.

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