Staining may be a tricky job because it is often difficult to create the stain appear even and smooth. One common error when tenderness is applying the paint so you can observe the lap marks on the timber. Working slowly and taking away the paintbrush in the timber slowly as it runs out of stain will help stop these marks. You can combine these marks by removing the stain from shadowy areas of the lap mark and adding more stain to the mild areas.
Soak a clean cloth in paint thinner.
Rub the fabric over the dark areas of the lap marks. This will produce the lap marks less visible and eliminate some of the stain. Be careful not to remove too much stain.
Dip a cloth to the timber stain and rub it over the lighter areas on the lap mark.
Allow it to sit for 2 minutes.
Wipe the stain up using a clean cloth. Do not remove too much of the stain or you might reveal the coated lap mark.