Ebony stain is one of the more commonly used stain types on wood furniture, and it’s one of my favorite.

The wood you stain is often used as a natural base for your other stains, and ebony stains are the best because they don’t require any special processing.

The stain is not a natural pigment, but it has a strong reddish tint that looks like ebony.

But, you may not want to use this stain as a base for other types of stains, like stain removers, because it can get smelly and stain-prone.

If you’re looking for a stain that is easy to work with, however, this is a great option.

You can stain a whole wall or a room, and this stain will work with almost any stain.

The downside is that you can’t stain the entire surface of your wood, so if you’re going to use it on a hard surface, like wood floors, you’ll need to be extra careful to avoid the stain.

If your walls are dirty, and you want to add some natural color to them, this can work, but you’ll have to be more careful with the stain than with a natural color.