Tester Pots - Water Based Floor Dye
Developed using decades of experience and expert knowledge Littlefair's bring you a unique water based floor dye for use on new or re-sanded floorboards.
Our Light Stripped Pine floor dye will create that beautiful 'old stripped pine' look for your project, whilst English Walnut, Fumed Oak, Anglian Oak, Gilded Oak and Sienna Mahogany floor dye will create a beautiful, authentic hardwood colour and Mellowed Pine will create a beautiful, old dark pine look.
Looking for black or white? Our African Ebony floor dye can be applied as a light wash or easily build up to a dense blackness with further coats whilst Seawashed White can be applied as a light wash or easily build up to a strong 'chalky' white with further coats.
Our floor dye can then be completed by applying our quick drying Water Based Floor Fast Varnish for a very tough, hard-wearing finish.
Our Water Based Floor Dye is quick drying and lightfast. Due to it being water based your brush will be very easy to clean and with very low VOCs there will be hardly any odour.
Should you wish to create a more 'modern' look try using our Water Based Floor Dye Pre-Conditioner before applying our the dye. This will create a clearer and lighter finish.
To help you achieve the perfect finish you're looking for we offer 50ml Tester Pots of all our 10 floor dye colours, 3 varnish finishes and our conditioner. These can be purchased individually or as a Tester Kit which contains all of the above.
Our products come complete with easy to follow yet comprehensive instructions to guide you through every step, including preparing the wood. Should you require any further help please feel free to get in touch for expert advice.
Please note that the example images shown here has been finished with our Satin Water Based Floor Fast Varnish.
Whilst every attempt has been made to make our example images as realistic as possible the actual finished colour you achieve on your project may be slightly different due to either your monitor settings or the type and condition of the wood you are working with.