Create a one of a kind blue by mixing your own custom colors with General Finishes Milk Paint.
More custom color recipes in the GF Color Mixing Lab at the link in our bio.
Join sales rep Bill Strey for General Finishes product demonstrations at Woodcraft of Milwaukee. Bill will be giving an overview of GF products such as stains, topcoats and Milk Paint. Topics will include the differences between oil and water-based products, proper application procedures and an introduction to spraying finishes.
LOCATION & TIME
Friday, September 13, 2019
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Woodcraft of Milwaukee
14115 W Greenfield Ave
New Berlin, Wisconsin 53151
Link in bio to learn more.
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FRIDAY F.A.Q.: CAN I ADJUST THE COLOR OF MY DYE STAIN
Yes, there are a couple of ways. Dye Stain Reducer is the clear base that we use when manufacturing General Finishes Dye Stains. The Reducer is made first, then the dye color is added.
It is easy to make your own custom color Dye Stain by adding in 10% increments of Dye Stain color to Reducer until you achieve the color you want. It is not possible to mix too much of our Dye Stain and Reducer together.
Additionally, General Finishes Water Based Wood Stains can be mixed into the Reducer, which will lighten the color and thin the viscosity so it will penetrate deeper into the wood.
You can also mix other manufacturers dyes such as TransTint dye concentrate, sold in many wood working stores.
We do NOT RECOMMEND using water to lighten dye stain. Reducer has ingredients to help keep color molecules dispersed evenly in the can.
Get more info on Reducer and GF Dye Stains at the link in our bio.
See GF's main F.A.Q. page on our website for more helpful info.
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