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Behlen Solar-Lux Stain, Medium Brown Walnut, Pint

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Product Information:

Solar-Lux is a highly fade and UV resistant, dye base, non-grain raising stain. Its penetration and translucency enhance the wood’s grain pattern. Solar-Lux shades can be mixed to achieve custom colors, and it accepts a finish coat of polyurethane, oil or conventional lacquer. Apply with the grain and then wipe with a clean lint-free cloth. Solar-Lux dries to the touch in about five minutes but you should wait about an hour before recoating. Solar-Lux can be mixed into Behlen nitrocellulose spray lacquers to produce shading and highlighting toners. Use warm, soapy water or Solar-Lux Reducer to clean up equipment. One pint.

  • Fade and UV resistant, dye base, non-grain raising stain
  • Mix for custom colors
  • Apply to bare wood by spray, brush or wipe on
  • Finish with polyurethane, oil, or conventional lacquer
  • Use warm soapy water or Solar-Lux Reducer for cleanup
  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

     
     

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    5.0

    Beautiful depth like you have never seen

    By  Ookim

    from Southwest Michigan

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    Pros

    • Easy To Clean
    • Ergonomic Grip
    • Gorgeous finish
    • Lightweight

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    Comments about Behlen Solar-Lux Stain, Medium Brown Walnut, Pint :

    I bought this material after watching a presentation on youtube. I tried it on a bland species of white oak that really had no character to it at all and the client wanted a darker finish on the frame for a glass top. I applied the stain/dye with a 10% dilution and was startled by the result. This gorgeous grain pops out and I call my partner over to see the results. If we had used a gell stain we would have never gotten the clarity of the grain. We sanded down the first coat and reapplied 4 more successive coats, sanding with 400 grit between coats. I have never seen color like this in finishing oak. I'm going to try it on cherry and sycamore. For the future I would only use behlen dyes in place of gel stains or oil based stains. It dries in 10 miinutes so its not time consuming to do multiple layers. I finished the piece in fast dry poly semi gloss with a hand rubbed finish of Behlen wool lube and 0000 steel wool and hand finishing paste wax......WOW

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