M 1» / oodworkers commonly use three M / « / types of bleach: chlorine, two-part * ^ wood bleach, and oxalic acid. Two-part bleach is the only one that actually changes the color of wood; the others remove stains. Read on to find out what each one does and how to use them safely.
CHLORINE BLEACH, full strength, easily removes most dye-based stain (top) but will not bleach raw wood white (center), nor will it remove pigment-based stain (bottom).
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