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Getting a Knotty Pine look on Faux Wood Beams

 

Getting a Knotty Pine look on Faux Wood Beams

Thinking about getting the knots on your new Faux Wood Beams to stand out like real knotty pine wood? Follow these few easy steps to get your beams looking great!
First you must pick the stain for your beam, in this example we used American Walnut by Minwax. Minwax Knotty Pine Color
Staining knots to knotty pine color You will need to apply the stain to the knot area of the beam using a small paint brush. When you have finished, you will need to remove any extra stain. you can blot it off using a rag.
After the stain has fully dried, you will need to coat the beam with an overall stain.We used English Oak by Minwax. Minwax overall beam stain
Staining the whole beam You can use a larger brush to stain the whole beam. Remember to remove any extra stain.
Let the beam dry and your all set! Finished staining the knots
Here are some beams that a customer had this process done to.
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Knotty pine Knotty pine picture 2 Knotty pine picture 3