non-grain-raising stain

NGR stain, non-grain-raising stain

One of many liquid wood stains, based on alcohol or other solvent; almost totally free of water.
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When using oil-based and non-grain-raising stains, he says finishers can also use a technique called glue-sizing--applying a thinned glue solution that is sanded down before the applying stain.

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