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Okay, so wood.

I want to stain a bunch of wood red to make some projects with.

I read there are three steps to doing this.

>Pre-Condition
>Stain
>Protect

The thing I have is this Varnish/Polyurethane mix, so that leaves the conditioner.

Thing Home Depot doesn't seem to sell it and no employees seem to know what I'm talking about.

The thing they gave me was a sanding sealer that had lacquer in the name, but from what I have understood that's the final step, not the base layer.

Is a pre-conditioner necessary for a good stain?



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