Blotchy Cherry Stain

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Thought the rule here was "if your wife wants something, you have to buy a special tool".
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On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 22:12:13 -0500, "Frosty Thunder"

Use 4 ounces of India ink to thin the stain. Match the type, oil for oil-based, water for water-borne stains. That should even it out to a nice, dark, even color.
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I have completely given up on staining wood. I have never been able to make wood look any better than the way god grew it. I choose wood that gives me the darkness of finish I am looking for without having to apply stain.
I use walnut if I want a dark piece. I use cherry if I want a medium piece (The older it gets the better it looks!) I use maple if I want a lite piece. (My favorite wood!) I use oak if I want an ugly piece.
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