How to make yellow sanded wood white
It sounds like you’re looking for something other than paint? Maybe a white wash treatment or opaque white stain?
White wash stain would look nice!!!
Either paint or a white wash.
White wash it. Mix water and paint 50/50.
I would apply a white wash stain - https://www.charlestoncrafted.com/whit-wash-wood-stain-by-varathane/
Hello I would consider tryIng a thinned white paint or a pickling whitewash stain product.
Hi! Do you want a paint or stain? Either would work. I usually seal wood before putting a whitewash finish on it, since you will probably get yellowish bleed through on your new finish. I learned this the hard way, when I had to redo a finish. Good luck and stay safe!
You could thin white paint at a 50/50 dilution of each white paint and water. Then apply in thin layers until you get the effect you want.
Cynthia's suggestion of putting a sealer is a good one.
You can bleach wood as well. The raw wood turns a weathered lighter whiter color. Here is a Hometalk tutorial:
Use external white paint from "Shades" in the fence paint department of DIY Store or if for internal use, White Emulsion or if a gloss finish is required , us a white primer, then an undercoat and then Gloss topcoat. Hope that helps.
Can you paint it white? Use a primer first to keep any tannins from leaking through then paint it white.