stains, dyes & colours

wood dyes wb

WOOD DYES WB are a range of concentrated dyestuff dispersed in water, suitable to use for dip coating of chairs and turned components, etc., as it ensures uniformity of colour without variations caused by absorbency differences of the wood surface. It provides great transparency and displays the natural design of veneers and the likes.


Colours & Material Samples

Wood Stains & Dyes
Appearance – Coloured Liquid

Flash Point – >80 0C

Specific Weight – 1.0 kg/L

Coverage/Coat – 10 – 12 m2/L (Depending on the shade of colour required)

VOC Content – 200 g/L

WOOD DYES WB can be over coated with nitrocellulose, polyurethane, synthetic and after the application of suitable barrier polyester products.


15060/W – Green
15061/W – Turquoise
15062/W – Brown
15063/W – Black
15064/W – Lemon Yellow (Dark)
15065/W – Red
15066/W – Yellow Gold
15067/W – Violet
15068/W – Orange
15069/W – Rubino
15070/W – Blue
15074/W – Lemon Yellow (Light)
15740/W – Mahogany
15750/W – Oak
15760/W – Walnut
15770/W – Teak
15780/W – Red Mahogany
15790/W – Cherry
15850/W – Rose Wood
  • WOOD DYES WB is thinnable with water in any desired concentration.
  • Ensure that the water-based stains are thoroughly dry prior to application of subsequent lacquer.
  • Compatibility with the basecoat applied on the stain must be always checked.  If necessary, a barrier must be used.


  • It is particularly important for water-based stains not to be stored at temperatures below 50C.
  • In case of dipping application, when water bases stains are kept for a long time in dipping tanks, the stain may rot, because of the action of bacteria which usually enter the system in several ways; through contaminated water used to thin the product or through wood dust coming from the items to be stained.  In order to prevent rotting, only drinkable water should be used for thinning and the dipping tank should be routinely cleaned from dirt and wood dust by filtering the product.


At room temperature, veneers and wood alike are drying in 6 – 8 hours at 250C in a well-ventilated place.