Black Wood Stain Removal

The beauty of wood furniture is undeniable. However there is often a black wood stain that ruins the beauty of the furniture. The stain may be caused by cigarette burns, mold, oil, water, or ink. Certain techniques need to be done to remove the stains. The techniques vary from the simplest ones to the most difficult techniques depend on the stains. For thin stains, you just need to apply wood bleach on the stained wood. However, for thick stain, more techniques are required. In this case, you need to even remove the finish of the furniture and sand down the whole surface. Below are the effective ways of black wood stain removal.

First of all, you will need a piece of fine sandpaper to remove the furniture’s lusted finish over the black wood stain. Bear in mind that you only need to take away the finish over the stain not the entire finish. After that, prepare the bleach. Since bleach can bleach certain wood, it is advised to test it first to a small ordinary area of the furniture to ensure that it won’t damage the color of the wood. Different stain needs different bleach too. There are actually four kinds of bleach. For dark wood stain caused by water or mold, oxalic acid is the most suitable since it is the mildest bleach. For dye-base stains, use chlorine laundry bleach. If the stains are very stubborn, chlorine pool bleach is the choice while peroxide bleach can also be used for this kind of stains but since it is stronger, use caution when applying it.

Black Wood Stain Prevention

Use a small paintbrush to brush the bleach over the black wood stain. Small amount of bleach is enough as long as it can cover the black wood stain. Before applying bleach, wait the first bleach to soak on the wood for several hours. Then, allow the second coat to soak a night and day. If the black wood stain is still visible, sand deeper into the wood. You can apply oxalic acid first. If it doesn’t work, you can apply the stronger one. Finally, re-bleach the wood for better result.

Faux Black Wood Finish

Faux Black Wood Finish

Black Wood Flooring Stain

Black Wood Flooring Stain

Black Wood Stain – Safety

When you do the black stain removal, use eye mask facemask for safety. If you have antique wood furniture, it is better to consult a professional first before deciding to remove the black wood stain using bleach because antique furniture might need special treatment. In addition, the value of the antiques can be lower if the finish is changed.

Ebony Wood Stain Finish

Ebony Wood Stain Finish

Black Wood Stain

Black Wood Stain