A one component, chemical bleach powder.
Bleaching wood is often a necessary step when re-staining a dark piece of furniture to a lighter color. Simply stripping off the existing finish may not lighten the wood enough. The previous stain may have been absorbed by the wood, particularly on older furniture, and will show through after the lighter stain is applied.
Bleaching may also be necessary before refinishing wood that is stained by water spots or rings left by glasses, or the color has become blotchy or uneven in places Bleaching removes the natural colour from most timbers and can eliminate the removal of unwanted ink and stain blemishes left in timber after paint stripping
- Recommended for bleaching woods such as oak, cherry and mahogany. (high in tannic acid)
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