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Wood Moisture Content Before Staining

Wood Moisture Content Before Staining

The moisture in the wood prevents adhesion between the stain and the surface of the wood. So, if you paint a wet treated wood, there are every chances that your stain will not long before the stain starts to wear or peel off unlike when you stain the structure after the wood dries completely.

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