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Mixol S/22
Item 832407

Tint Tobacco, #22, 20 mL

$5.99

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Mixol Universal Tints, like this oxide tobacco tint (22), are the most concentrated, highest quality tints on the market today. They are compatible with most water, solvent, lacquer and oil-based...

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Mixol Universal Tints, like this oxide tobacco tint (22), are the most concentrated, highest quality tints on the market today. They are compatible with most water, solvent, lacquer and oil-based stains, coatings, shellacs, epoxies, waxes, varnishes, wood fillers, etc. “Ease of tinting or mixing” is often cited as the main attribute to Mixol, along with the “sophisticated” color palette. Mixol tints are highly resistant to heat or frost damage. They won’t dry out or thicken (because they are binder-free), so there is a very long shelf/shop life. Check out our entire offering of 25 distinct colors, 11 of which are oxide-based (colors 03, 04, 05, 14, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 & 25). The oxide-based colors are made from inorganic pigments which make them colorfast, fade-resistant and weatherproof. These oxide colors are ideal for exterior applications or where UV fading may occur. Cleanup is very easy with soap and water. Mixol tints are not flammable or hazardous.

  • Most concentrated, highest quality tints on the market today
  • Easy soap and water cleanup
  • Not flammable or hazardous
  • Highly resistant to heat or frost damage
  • Won’t dry out or thicken so there is a very long shelf/shop life

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    Unimpressed

    I have been building and repairing guitars for nearly 40 years. Until now I have been using a different product. This product was considerably less expensive so I thought I would give it a try. When it arrived I looked at the label to get suggestions on mixing. It is all in a foreign language. The coverage is not what I expected and not nearly as good as the other product I used. I sent an email to woodcraft to try and get some suggestions on mixing. I got no response.

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