from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Containing or yielding tannin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tannin-yielding: abounding in and readily supplying tannic acid.
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Apply warm 2.5 ... 5 % solution, let it harden and then wash thoroughly. especially for tanniferous wood; also removal of rust and ink stains - bleaching agent is toxic, hydrogen peroxide
Preliminary stains contain tan-like compounds, stains for the second coating contain various metal salts for low-tanniferous wood; apply the second coating of stain only after the preliminary stain has dried; stains are water-insoluble and resistant to light wax staining solutions of metal salts, dyestuffs and wax additives ready for use for all wood species, not in furniture construction, mat finish effect due to wax portion
Use plain staining solutions of heavy metal salts with dyestuffs only for tanniferous wood species double staining
Apply 30 ... 35 % solution in sufficient quantity. mainly for low-tanniferous wood species and for coniferous wood species hydrogen peroxide and ammonia water
Apply 3 ... 5 % solution in a hot state, then wash and brush out well. for brightening tanniferous wood and for removing stains caused by iron-tanning agent reactions and blue stains
They are heavy metal salt solutions enriched with additional dyes, but only suitable for tanniferous wood species.