Some good DIY can go a long way!
Create a coastal-inspired wine rack with Stain & Varnish Liming White
- Sand the wine rack to ensure the timber is smooth for coating. We used the Criss Cross Wine Rack from Bunnings.
- Go for a coastal look with our Liming White Stain & Varnish. Using a brush, evenly coat the wine rack going with the direction of the timber grain.
- Apply 2 coats, allowing 2 hours to dry in between.
Build a plant stand with Outdoor Furniture Oil
- Using an electric sander, sand back to ensure a smooth surface and remove any existing coating that may prevent your Outdoor Furniture Oil from adhering evenly.
- Celebrate the timber’s natural beauty with our Clear Outdoor Furniture Oil. Spray the oil along the Bath Mat in the direction of the grain. Remember to ensure your edges and end grain are fully coated! Back brush to ensure even penetration.
- Allow the oil to penetrate for around 5-10 minutes before removing any excess oil with a clean cloth. Leave to dry for 12 hours before repeating for the second coat.
- Build your plant stand by attaching a leg to each corner with screws.
Chopping board, protected with Kitchen Timber Wax or Orange Oil
- For an extra smooth finish, sand the chopping board, using the wet sanding technique. Just grab a piece of wet dry sandpaper and soak it in warm water with a little dishwashing liquid, and gently sand your chopping board, going with the grain of the wood. When done, wipe off excess dust with a clean cloth.
Renew a preloved jewellery box with Prooftint and Timber Floor Wax
- Markets and vintage stores are your friends here. Be on the lookout for the jewellery box you think they'll love.
- Now let's see how well you know them - with so many beautiful woodstain colours to choose from, which Proofint will you go for? Using a brush or cloth, apply Prooftint evenly over the timber, ensuring every spot is covered.
- Allow the stain to penetrate the surface for around 2-5 minutes.
- Wipe off the excess with a clean, soft cloth.
- Finally, ensure lasting protection and rich colour with Timber Floor Wax. Apply one coat to the timber with a brush or cloth, ensuring even coverage.
How to protect wooden kitchenware with food safe coatings
When you're cooking up a storm, the last thing you want to worry about is the state of your kitchen tools. Here's how to protect your wooden kitchenware with food safe Kitchen Timber Wax and Orange Oil coatings.
How to create a rustic stool with Prooftint
Geneva Vanderzeil helps you to embrace your inner designer and DIY with a multipurpose wabi-sabi rustic stool featuring Feast Watson Prooftint.