Weatherwash naturally ages wood in minutes!
Just apply aging washes to raw wood and let the weathering wash do the work! Products can be quickly & easily layered for darker shades.
Aging washes can be top-coated with any of the Weatherwash brand topcoats. Stained wood will maintain color consistency when using Weatherwash topcoats.
Learn how to apply below.
- Sponge Brush or Spray Gun
- Weatherwash Aging Stain
HOW to apply:
YOU WILL LOVE HOW EASY WEATHERWASH PRODUCTS ARE TO APPLY
1. Apply to raw or stripped wood. All wood must be sanded with 60-80 grit sandpaper to open the grain, unless it's rough cut. Stripped wood must be totally down to the raw.
2. Dust off your piece and you're ready to stain. You do not need to use wood moisturizers, beach, or any other wood prep besides sanding.
3. Using a brush or sprayer to apply a heavy coat of stain. Wood should be soaked in stain.
Wood will absorb stain evenly. If stain puddles, use brush to remove standing stain.
4. Do not wipe stains back off! Just allow them to air dry.
Stains dry in 45-60 minutes.
5. OPTIONAL: Apply a second coat, to darken stained effects.
LIGHTEN / DARKEN
6. Weatherwash Maintenance Oils lighten or darken using, providing amazing color effects & light wood protection.
WHITE: To lighten and create look of patina.
CLEAR: To create a warmer, gray brown or darken the look.
7. Topcoat when dry to touch, using one of the Weatherwash finishes.
VARNISH: Protect furniture, millwork, & cabinetry.
POLYURETHANE: Protects flooring.
- Wood that's been sanded, textured, or water popped will stain darker, because stain can better penetrate wood.
- Color may vary when using heat gun / hair dryer / direct sunlight to dry.
- Maintain color purity by pouring only what you need into plastic container before use.
- When buying several containers for one job, pour them into a larger plastic bucket, to avoid discrepancies.
- Does NOT work on wood fillers.
- Do not apply when it's below 50 degrees.
- Do not store in metal or use with metal paint brushes.