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There are many ways to dye or stain wood, Mike has used and tried most methods, spirit based dye's give the best results if your after natural even colouring, standard off the shelf dye's can be intermixed, darkened, warmed or lightened, but for deep colours such as wenge or black i prefer to use powdered dyes mixed with metholated spirit, unlike off the shelf stains, spirit powder dyes can achieve very deep colourings. Dye's can be over coated with any Oil modified, waterbased varnish or Hardwax Tinting is another way to colour wood floors, you may just want to warm an existing colour or age the flooring, tinting done right can achieve this. Certain woods such as maple and some poor grades of beech do not stain well, so tinting of these types is sometimes the only option Colour washing is ouralternative to bleach, unlike bleach, colour washing does not damage the wood. Light subtle washes can be achieved in almost any colour as well as opaque pastel colourings. Colour washing is most effective on light species of soft and hardwood such as pine, ash, beech and oak.


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Wood floor Installation (All types) POA

Sanding Only From £10 per m2*

Sealing, Varnishing, Waxing from £4 per m2

Colouring / Staining from £4 per m2

Gap filling from £5 per m2*

Repairs POA

Maintenance Wash and Revive from £6 per m2

Scrad, screen and seal from £8 per m2*

Hardwax maintenance from £6 per m2

Additional labour £20 per hour *

Minimal daily charge of £250.00 Applies


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