Hesse HYDRO Stain

HYDRO Stains BG 200xx create brilliant to slightly subdued stain effects without significant emphasis of the pores. This water-based stain is environmentally friendly, directly ready to use and can be applied on virtually all woods. The associated stain cards in each case show15 different stain tones demonstrating the diversity of this system.



For staining and subsequent coating of furniture, stairs and doors in industrial and craft applications.Suitable for various application methods, such as spraying or brushing. For use on various woods such as oak, beech, walnut, cherry, mahogany and maple.

  • Stain appearances range from brilliant to muted
  • Can be used on many woods
  • All tones can be mixed with each other

Surface Preparation

The wood must be dry, dust-free and grease-free.

Substrate sanding grits from-to

120 – 180


Recoatable after at least 2 h drying time with Hesse CN or PU lacquers by spraying, rolling, brushing or curtain coating. After 6 h drying, can be coated with the next coat of suitable 1C or 2C HYDRO lacquers such as HYDRO TOP-SIEGEL HE 6509x(gloss level) or HYDRO-PUR PRIMO HDE 5400x(gloss level) by spraying or flow coating.

Comments on sanding

The bare wood can optionally be dampened. After drying overnight, sand or smooth.


  • Smooth roller
  • Spreading
  • Wiping sponge roller
  • Non-wiping sponge roller
  • Compressed air spraying
  • Brush

Processing instructions

Application of stain on coarse-pored woods such as oak, walnut, mahogany or ash: apply using a spray gun or brush on with a slight excess. Evenly spread the excess first across then with the grit using a suitable brush. On fine-pored woods such as beech, maple or cherry, we recommend fine spraying with spray gun (nozzle 1.0 to 1.2 mm) without wiping. Stir stains well before and during processing. We recommend small spray nozzle sizes for stains that are to be sprayed but not subsequently wiped. Although large spray nozzle sizes are recommended when spraying stains that are subsequently to be wiped.

  • Trial staining of the original sanded wood with original lacquering should be carried out under real conditions.
  • Only use stains from one batch for any one job. Do not pour soiled stains back into the original container.
  • Clean tools with water immediately after use. Dried-on stain residue can be removed with thinners such as ZD 82.

Particular Instructions

All stains from the same range can be mixed together. Lighten by adding water. Can be tinted with colour concentrates in the range: BF 10xx, BP 30xx, BP 3570. Priming with HYDRO lacquers can result in discolorations when using wood species with a high proportion of water-soluble wood constituents (e.g.oak). We therefore recommend a PU base coat, especially in the case of pastel or white colour tones.




BG 200

20000, 20001, 20002, 20003, 20004, 20005, 20006, 20007, 20008, 20009, 20010, 20011, 20012, 20013, 20014, 20015

1 l, 5 l, 25 l


BG 20000

BG 20001

BG 20002

BG 20003

BG 20004

BG 20005

BG 20006

BG 20007

BG 20008

BG 20009

BG 20010

BG 20011

BG 20012

BG 20013

BG 20014

BG 20015

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