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White-oak-floors-no-stain, i am trying to find a light to medium greige stain for my floors... i used a 2:1 weathered oak and country white. the floors turned out with a major pink/orange undertone, and we will have to re-sand and stain. any suggestions on how to accomplish this minus the pink/orange hue. many thanks in advan.... Yes, there are 2 main species of oak floors – white oak and red oak – and yes, they are different. you can read more about the differences between white and red oak flooring here. both red and white oak are great choices, but if i personally had to choose one over the other, i’d go for white oak (and you’ll see why below)., oct 24, 2019 - explore hadia_rosh's board "white oak floors" on pinterest. see more ideas about white oak floors, interior and interior design..

Natural / clear coat (no stain) catalyzed conversion varnish is the base of our natural (clear coat). conversion varnishes produce high quality, abrasion resistant finishes. conversion varnishes are also fast drying, they contain self sealers and they have excellent non-yellowing properties., let me talk you out of staining your floors. we get this customer call weekly. in the seven years that our storefront has been open, we've experienced a variation on the following conversation that illustrates a common misunderstanding about floor st....

Feb 4, 2019 - explore lwdeman's board "white oak stained floors" on pinterest. see more ideas about red oak floors, hardwood floor colors and floor stain., check it out! 10 awesome hardwood floor stain colors for white oak - minwax stain colors on oak 27 test 768 representation custom mixing. see also white oak vegetable oiled color wood flooring large wooden strip.. Our versatile white oak grows in the same regions as our rift and quartersawn white oak, where the colder climates nurture tight growth rings and nutty brown, cocoa hues. this wood boasts dramatic grain patterns ranging from simple and sleek to intricate, vibrant swirls which are an ideal backdrop for taking almost any stain color incredibly well., we are refinishing our house to sell and the entire house has red oak floors. should i stain them, and if so, what color? or, should i leave it natural? what would have the 'widest appeal?' anyone have a picture of red oak finished without stain.