Non-Toxic Wood Stain

Add a new look to wood pieces with wood dye coloring kits sold by Keda Dye, based near Milwaukee, WI. Our dyes allow you to create more than a gallon of vibrant, eco-friendly, non-toxic wood stain. Great on their own or mixed with other dyes or stains, our kits save you the hassle and cost of ordering multiple stain colors by offering 5 potent dye wood stain colors in a single kit. Learn more about mixing our dyes and get application tips right here on our website.

Our Eco-Friendly Wood Dye Powder Kits

We offer 5 powerful colors in each wood dye powder kit. Each of the 5 powder dye colors will make approximately one quart of wood stain dye when it’s mixed with warm water or isopropyl alcohol. Our dyes never contain fillers, as they can reduce color potency. Each powder dye kit includes the following:

  • 5g. – Golden Brown
  • 5g. – Royal Blue
  • 5g. – Sunflower Yellow
  • 5g. – Fire Engine Red
  • 5g. – Coal Black

Our Traditional Liquid Wood Dye Kits

We also offer 5 powerful colors in each liquid wood dye kit. Each of them makes approximately 2 quarts of solvent-based colored stain by mixing it with lacquer thinner, denatured alcohol, acetone, or other non-oil based solvents. Our filler-free liquid stain kit includes the following:

  • 1 oz. – Walnut Brown
  • 1 oz. – Royal Blue
  • 1 oz. – Amber Yellow
  • 1 oz. – Bright Crimson Red
  • 1 oz. – Coal Black

Mixing Colors

You may mix our wood dye colors to make hundreds of new, creative colors. Some simple examples of color combinations are:

  • Yellow + Red = Orange
  • Blue + Yellow = Green
  • Red + Blue = Purple
  • Red + Brown = Mahogany

Aniline Dye Color Kits

Using Our Dyes

Like with any wood finishing product, it’s essential to use the proper personal protective equipment, such as gloves, safety glasses, and anything else necessary to protect yourself. When mixing our wood dyes with hot water, make sure the mixture is cool enough to handle before using it to prevent burns. For a darker color tone, add more dye or use smaller amounts of water. For a lighter color tone, use less wood dye or add greater amounts of water.

Apply the liquid stain by using a sponge, brush, spray gun, or a lint-free cloth. Test your color on a scrap piece of the same type of wood or in a spot that will not be noticed. Evaluate the color after the dye has dried. Note that dried wood dye can look dull; this is normal and will change when the top coat sealer is applied.

Storage Information

Our dyes will last for several years unmixed as long as they are stored in a cool, dry place that’s protected from air and intense light. Once they’re mixed, they’ll last anywhere from days to several months as long as they’re tightly covered and are stored away from intense light. However, the colored stain may become weaker over time. For longer storage of the blue dye powder after mixing, it’s best to mix it with isopropyl alcohol.

The liquid dyes will also last for quite a long time as long as they’re tightly covered, are stored away from intense light, and away from sources of heat or open flame. Please note that liquid dyes can be flammable, especially when mixed with solvents. Using fresh dye stain solutions will provide the best results.

Contact our team with any questions on how to care for your wood coloring and stains. We’ll tell you how to take care of them so they can better serve you.