Tannic Acid in Wood

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Tannic Acid

Tannins in wood is held in the the sap and or residue and is activate during the timber drying process, when the moisture carries the Tannis onto the timber surface. The staining is shown byway of a yellowish, dark grey or blueish colour.  As this residual staining will bleed through an applied paint coating special primers have to used.


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