Get a perfect finish on even hard-to-stain woods like cherry and pine. Woods like cherry, pine and birch can become blotchy and unattractive when stained, unless you use a sealer before staining. For the best results, test the possible finishes on scrap pieces before you start.
Pre-sealing your pine essentially evens out the empty space inside the grain, allowing the stain to stand out boldly on top without simply absorbing too deep into .
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Some woods just do not take a stain well, and pine is one of them. It absorbs stain very unevenly, especially around knots and blemishes. When staining pine