Iron Bark is a unique chorus interior wood stain in the Gray color family. When used for interior trim, great for staining trim, or staining wooden stairs & railing sections, it’s sure to look spectacular in your next staining project. It’s also excellent for cabinets, closets, and many other interior applications. It’s tough stain-resistant, chemically inert, and with an oil base, will not yellow or crack. The color runs a full 12 shades with no noticeable green tint and comes in a thick formula, so it will not settle into the wood as some darker stains might do.
Here Is What You Should Do For Your Iron Bark Stains For Doors & Other Interior Wood Applications
There are a few things to keep in mind when applying this interior stain. First, it’s very important to make sure your walls are properly prepared by cleaning them thoroughly with a chemical detergent and then sanding them with coarse-grit sandpaper. Second, after applying the ironbark make sure to allow it to dry completely before applying any finish to the wood. Third, be sure to prime all hinges, knobs, and drawer pulls with automotive paste wax. This will help prevent rust from forming and keeps the finish looking great.
You can purchase this type of stain either as a spray or bottle, depending on what you prefer. Be sure to follow the instructions on the label very carefully to ensure an even application and optimal results. If you’ve never applied an iron stain before, I suggest spraying it with a brush or sponge before working it into the groves. It will cover large areas much more quickly and leave your room looking beautiful. If you’ve never used an iron binder before, I highly recommend using one but using normal household brands will give you a nice even coat and a uniform look.