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Excellent fade & UV resistance. NGR Transparent Dyes are used alone on bare wood or to provide a base tone of color on which to build a final finish color with stains, glazes, and toners. Dyes contain NO Pigment Particles and therefore color wood without emphasizing the grain structure. Intermix colors to arrive at custom color tones. • For use on bare or stripped wood. • Reduce color with NGR Reducer (M520-00017), or Acetone. • Use NGR RETARDER to slow drying and improve penetration, especially in hot weather or on harder dense woods. • Mix into Lacquer or Shellac to make transparent tints or toners. With the newer VOC Compliant formulation, use ofNGR RETARDER is HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDfor penetration and to extend open working time especially for dye application by hand.
NGR (non grain raising) DYE RETARDER slows evaporation and drying of NGR Dyes to give more working time and improve penetration, especially on hard dense woods. With the newer Dye VOC Compliant formulation, use of the NGR DYE RETARDER is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED especially for dye application by hand.
ANILINE DYES, Water or Alcohol Click link above for More Info & Color Guide ANILINE DYE Water or Alcohol soluble Aniline Dyes, used on bare woods, produce excellent clarity of color while accentuating the grain.
When used as a NGR 'Non Grain Raising' DYE stain, the aniline powder should be dissolved in Behkol (Denatured Alcohol) Solvent.
Behlen Aniline Dyes of the same solubility may be intermixed to produce a wide variety of tones. Concentrate colors shown for comparison only, color rendering subject to computer monitor limitations.
For the best light fastness and a larger color range, we highly suggest the liquid Mohawk NGR Ultra Penetrating Dyes.
ALCOHOL Soluble ANILINE DYE ANILINE ALCOHOL Wood DYE Transparent, Soluble, Penetrating ALCOHOL soluble powder dye stains are suited for repair or refinishing on all woods as well as coloring sap streaks and other dye requirements where quick drying is required. Use for the tinting of Lacquer or Shellac. These dyes may be finished with varnish, shellac, water based finishes, lacquers, oils or wax. Each top coat will produce a slightly different result in color. Instructions supplied with each package.
DENATURED Alcohol, BEHKOL / Shellac Reducer UPS Only DENATURED ALCOHOL Shellac Solvent / Reducer DENATURED Alcohol, Mohawk Shellac Reducer / (Behlen Behkol B650-2816), is formulated specifically to dissolve shellac flakes, and dilute or 'cut' liquid Shellacs.
Shellac Reducer (Behkol / Denatured Alcohol) will make a shellac that has a little more open or 'working time', a good solvent choice for mixing your own shellac Also used to dissolve Behlen & alcohol Aniline Dyes when used as an Alcohol Dye. Note: The 5 Gallon pails are Pick-Up or North Bay and Bay area delivery Only. Call to arrange details.
WATER Soluble TRANSPARENT Aniline DYES Click above for Application & Mixing Information ANILINE DYES Water Soluble Transparent Dye Powder The water soluble anilines are best choice for light fastness, transparency of colour, accentuating the wood grain, ease of application, lack of lap marks and use under lacquer and other finishes. They will not leave a muddy surface. For use on new wood surfaces. These dyes may be finished with varnish, shellac, water based finishes, lacquers, oils or wax. Each top coat will produce a slightly different result in color. (Evaluate color test panel with finish coats in place)