Kiwi Shoe Polish.
To stain wood to a high polish, apply Kiwi Shoe Polish to the wood,
repeating to attain a deeper color, if desired. Buff with a soft
cloth to achieve a glossy finish.
L’eggs Sheer Energy Panty
Hose. To apply stain without get ting lint all over the wood,
ball up a pair of clean, used L’eggs Sheer Energy Panty Hose. The
nylon makes an excellent applicator that doesn’t leave any lint
Nestea. To stain
wood, mix a couple of teaspoons of Nestea Iced Tea Mix with enough
water to make a thick paste and apply with a paintbrush. Let dry,
buff with a soft cloth, and seal with lacquer.
Red Devil Lye. To
stain unfinished cherry wood, mix three tablespoons Red Devil Lye in
one gallon of warm water and, wearing rubber gloves and protective
eyewear, sponge this solution on the wood in a well-ventilated area.
Wait one minute, rinse clean, and dry. The more lye you use, the
redder the cherry wood will become. Repeat to attain a deeper color,
Rit Dye. Mix up Rit
Dye according to the directions on the box and use a sponge brush to
give wood one coat of the dye. Let dry.