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Old 26-08-2011, 05:59   #16
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Re: Refinish Formica Interior

Re: doors, trim, etc., since it's interior wood it doesn't necessarily have to be teak. I've had some luck mixing stains to get a finish that looks quite a bit like teak. I've been told that some people use pecan color stain to get this look but that hasn't worked for me. I use a mix of "gunstock" and "red oak" colors and it's very close to the the color of my interior teak. Experiment a bit and test as color varies depending on the wood being stained.

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