TWN’s selection of wood grain hydrographic film features the most realistic and genuine wood grain patterns on the market. "Oak … So, when we wanted to get filled in on filling wood grain, we turned to Jim. "Today, I love restoration, and that includes wood finishing. Face-grain is exactly what it seems: the flat surface of the board. Face-grain has the most complex patterns. We just knew from previous experiences painting oak that the grain detail sometimes remains black … 82% harder than red oak: Oak: The standard or basic floor material for years: Grade and grain pattern can be manipulated to be formal or casual: Red oak is slightly pink; white oak is beige/tan: Accepts stain very well; color possibilities are almost endless: Oak … You’ll still see an extremely subtle grain at certain angles on the finished product, just enough grain to know it is wood under there. Our wood grain hydro dip films have rich coloration and texture and are used … "If you want a glasslike finish, such as on a desk or a tabletop, you have to fill the grain-actually the wood pores in the grain," says Jim. We weren’t aiming for a glasslike finish. In most instances face-grain … Some wood species -- oak prominent among them -- have such an open grain that it is almost impossible to hide it, even when painting over it. Three types of grain patterns typify all wood species: face-grain, end-grain and side-grain. Professional refinishers have long resorted to wood …