Kool-Aid, Mustard, and MORE Weird Wood Stains. [Sponsored by Metrie]

Trying out your suggestions for more weird ways to stain wood! ▻ Ask your contractor to use Metrie products on your next home project. http://bit.ly/2jTned3 …


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  1. Nebulocity disse:

    How bad did those samples reek of motor oil and ammonia, and how long did the smell last?

  2. young steve disse:

    The shoe paste made it look like Danish oil

  3. I have never in my life went out to buy stain for wood, ever. Was a gunsmith and manufacture for well over a quarter of a century, along w/ home owner and part time fix-it man. I have always used what I made. So many to list, never a reason to buy stain.

  4. the motor oil stain is totally awesome. good find

  5. Jay McAuley disse:

    Try soya sauce! Works really well

  6. Ethan L disse:

    The great thing about fuming a wood with ammonia is that it goes so deeply since it's a chemical reaction with the wood. You can plane it and sand it afterwards and the colour remains. The motor oil is interesting, the open grain of the oak probably captures the dirt and metal particles making the grain really stand out, this might work quite differently on a closed grain wood.

  7. Justin Oswald disse:

    Try watercolors it looks great! still lets wood grain show up

  8. Matthew Denty disse:

    gravy Browning been my grandfather's for years… And now mine for Brown's.. .. I use tattoo ink and alcohol for color/ colour

  9. gorilla glue. Since its made from polyurethane just put a few dabs and work it into the wood. You have to come back and wipe it a few times every 5 or 10 mins to remove some glue from foaming up and getting hard. please try this one and give me a shout out this method will be your best aside from ammonia promise you. Names eribel by the way love your channels

  10. Great experiment! Alas, stains using plant-based products are not colour-fast. They will fade over time. Mineral-based pigments, like good watercolour paints, for example, would be great to try. Unfortunately, they are expensive, and in some cases, toxic, like cadmium-based colours.

  11. People used to put motor oil on axe handles as a protective coat and makes it look great too

  12. Were do u get used motor oil

  13. Zac Crow disse:

    I just started (in my mid 20s) learning and wanting to mess with woodworking and carpentry in general and I had this thought while in the garden "what if you used blueberries or something as a stain and let the sun weather it a little bit"

    Then I find your mustard-stain video so lucky I gotta do an experiment now

  14. jorge lopez disse:

    thank you I'm teaching a wood shop class at an elementary school 4 to 6 and did not want to expose harsh chemicals to children

  15. Bob Sweeney disse:

    Great stuff. I'd love to see you test clear coats over these to see how they react. especially cyanoacrylate hand applied finishes