Staining a Hardwood Floor with Vinegar and Steel Wool. In this video, we demonstrate how to stain a hardwood floor with a vinegar and steel wool mixture. Click here to read our blog post about this topic: http://bit.ly/2cdftLK or call (800) 737-1786 for more information.
This is a perfect way to create a homemade floor stain to change the look of your floors. Mixing vinegar and steel creates iron acetate, which gives wood an aged look. The results are best when it’s applied to white oak.
This video was recorded during a 2014 NWFA training seminar hosted at the City Floor Supply warehouse.
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