The Staining Process

Staining wood flooring veneers is a meticulous process that enhances their color and grain. After the veneers are prepared, they are typically sanded to a smooth surface. Then, a wood stain or dye is applied using brushes, rollers, or sprayers, depending on the desired finish. The stain is left to penetrate the wood for a specific amount of time, allowing it to seep into the grain and pores. Afterward, any excess stain is wiped off, and the veneers are left to dry completely. Multiple coats may be applied for deeper color or to achieve the desired hue, and a topcoat or sealant is often added to protect the stained veneers and provide a glossy or matte finish, completing the staining process for wood flooring veneers.