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All kinds of stains

Highly flexible and universal

Thanks to the highly-flexible stain concept by Remmers, the sky’s the limit when creating stain colours - thanks to the individual modular principle. With just 3-4 variously coloured basic stains that can be mixed together and, if necessary, can be brightened, you have the possibility of creating various colour nuances of wood stains to match your specific wood type.

Oak has become very popular for floors, stairs and furniture in recent years. The porous structure has an elegant look about it. If treated properly, oak is absolutely timeless.

Domestic soft woods like larch, European spruce and pine are popular both in a solid form and also as a veneer in living areas. They offer a good price-performance ratio and can be use in a number of designs with the right surface treatment.

Fine-pored luxury woods such as walnut, maple and cherry wood are still first choice for realising very valuable furniture and surfaces. Very stylish and at the same time modern looks can be created perfectly with matching stains and wood finishing systems.

Beech is and always has been very popular for wood designs in living areas. Its fine-pored structure and relatively light colour make beech so versatile if its surface is treated correctly. Also, its price and wide availability make beech an interesting option for interior fittings.

Stain type Water-based,
universal pigment stain
Areas of application - In particular for rustic effects on large-pore woods
(e.g. oak and ash)

- Also as a noble wood stain for fine-pore woods such as beech, maple,
cherry wood and walnut

- For soft woods that should not be given a positive stain effect
Properties - Highly concentrated basic colours for intensive colouring

- Universal

- Colour intensity can be adjusted with water or made transparent
Application - Spraying without distribution
- Spraying with distribution
- Brush application (possibly by adding Aqua V-490)
Finish coat - Aqua paints
- PUR paints
- NC & acrylic paints
Direct colouring
of coats
- Aqua laquers (add 1 – 2 %)

Stain type Water-based colour stains to ensurevery even staining
Areas of application - In particular for fine-pore (noble) woods such as beech, maple, cherry wood and walnut

- On large-pore woods (e.g. Oak): in particular to achieve non-rustic stain effects

- For soft woods that should not be given a positive stain effect
Properties - Highly concentrated basic colours for producing ready-to-use stains

- Colour intensity can be adjusted with water

- Spraying or distribution: Very stain-free surface on difficult woods

- Very brilliant colour tones
Application - Spraying without distribution
- Spraying with distribution
- Brush application
Finish coat - Aqua paints
- PUR paints
- NC & acrylic paints
Direct colouring of coats - Aqua laquers (add 1 – 2 %)

Stain type Water-based soft wood stains with reactive colours for a strong positive effect
Areas of application Soft woods that need to be stained with a positive effect (heavy emphasis of the hard annual rings)
Properties - Basic colours for producing ready-to-use stains
- Colour intensity can be set wit transparent paint
- Marked positive effect, heavy emphasis of the hard annual rings
- Compatible with both solvent-based and also water-based paints
Application - Spraying without distribution
Finish coat - Aqua paints
- PUR paints
- NC & acrylic paints
Direct colouring of coats ...

Stain type Solvent-based linseed oil stain with very long open time, for optimum processing on large surfaces
Areas of application - In particular for soft woods and large-pore woods (e.g. spruce)

- For use below oil, wax and alkyd resin-based wood finishes
Properties - Ready-to-use basic colours that can be mixed with each other

- Colour intensity can be set with transparent paint or V-101

- Long open time for mix-free processing (on large surfaces)
Application - Brush application (mop up excess)
- Spray (mop up excess)
Finish coat - HWS-112-hard wax seal
- Hard wax oil
- PL-113-Parquet paint
- HSO-117-High-Solid-Oil
Direct colouringof coats - PL-113-Parquet laquer, hard wax oil, HSO-117-High-Solid-Oil and HWS-112-Hard wax seal (add 1 – 5 %)

Stain type Solvent-based white paste for chalking porous woods, for antique effect and wiping techniques
Areas of application - Suitable for all wood types

- Normally, prime first with transparent PUR coating systems, Aqua paints, HWS-112 hard wax seal or similar.
Properties - Ready for use
- Intensive colour
Application - Brush application, bale application
- Absorb excess or sand
Finish coat - Aqua paints
- PUR paints
- NC & acrylic paints
- HWS-112-hard wax seal
Direct colouringof coats - PL-113-Parquet laquer, hard wax oil, HSO-117-High-Solid-Oil and HWS-112-Hard wax seal (add 2 – 10 %)