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TransTint

Golden Brown Transtint Alcohol/Water Soluble Dye 2 oz

$23.99

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  • Developed by renowned restorer and finisher Jeff Jewitt, the TransTint line of dyes is more versatile than any we’ve ever seen! TransTint dyes, like this golden brown, can be mixed with water for an economical, nonflammable stain or with alcohol for a fast drying, non-grain raising...

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    Developed by renowned restorer and finisher Jeff Jewitt, the TransTint line of dyes is more versatile than any we’ve ever seen! TransTint dyes, like this golden brown, can be mixed with water for an economical, nonflammable stain or with alcohol for a fast drying, non-grain raising stain. For use as a toner or “shader,” dyes can be added directly to water-based finishes and solvents to create a perfect match for touch-ups or a unique, customized finish. A 2 oz. bottle yields about 2 quarts of dye-stain. Can even be added to: shellac, catalyzed lacquer and varnish, water-based lacquer and polyurethane finishes. Not for exterior use.
    • Dyes can be mixed with water to make an economical, nonflammable stain
    • Mix with alcohol for a fast drying, non-grain raising stain
    • Dyes can be added directly to water-based finishes and solvents
    • 2 oz. bottle yields about 2 quarts of dye-stain
    • Not for exterior use

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    1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      Coloring blotchy woods

      On blotch prone woods and most plywoods it's best to mix dyes with your topcoat. Sprayed out properly the results are exceptional. I use it with Target and ML Campbell waterborne (gloss) finishes 2-3 times a week.

    2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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      Came out blotchy on Red Oak cabinet door

      Nice color, easy to apply, but came out blotchy no matter what grit I sanded to or how I applied it. (Red Oak cabinet doors) Tried it with alcohol, tried it with water. Mixed it with a water based stain and minimized the blotchiness. I have used several other Transtint dye colors before with no problems, so I will continue to use them.

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