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I'm very committed to using food colouring to stain wood for children's toys. However, they tend to bleed their colour when wet baby mouths chew on them - not a nice quality in a toy.This trial is based on make-baby-stuff.com's articles about non-toxic paint for baby toys where the only option I found viable was food colouring (because acrylic can flake off, milk paint requires specialized products that I don't have, and water colours are too light in colour for me). Make-baby...

Baby-safe Food-colour Stain for Wood: an Experiment

I'm very committed to using food colouring to stain wood for children's toys. However, they tend to bleed their colour when wet baby mouths chew on them - not a nice.

Vinegar and steel wool solutions make homemade wood stains, reacting with tannins in the wood to darken.

Make Wood Stain - 7 Ways

Make wood stain from natural household materials! These 7 quick and easy wood stains are super effective, long lasting, low cost, and non-toxic!

Leave pennies in vinegar for a week and get a lovely Caribbean blue wood stain

Homemade wood stains --> pennies soaked in vinegar for a week make gorgeous ocean blue stain.must use copper pennies before 1982

vinegar steel wool and tea/coffee/food color stains

using food coloring with steel wool and tea stain: The Modern DIY Life: Cheap and Easy DIY Dark Wood Stain. Will try this on my height charts!

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