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W. D. Lockwood Oil Soluble Dyes
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Reddish Brown Mahogany(#289) - 1 oz. ($7.49)
Dark Red Mahogany(#290) - 1 oz. ($8.49)
Red Mahogany(#295) - 1 oz. ($8.49)
Medium Red Mahogany(#319) - 1 oz. ($8.49)
Adam Brown Mahogany(#525) - 1 oz. ($7.49)
English Brown Mahogany(#551) - 1 oz. ($7.49)
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W. D. Lockwood Dyes have set the standard for coloring and staining wood since their introduction in 1895. As true aniline dyes they feature a bold color palette and are available in dozens of shades.
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The color samples below show the stain in use on a sample Birch board using a standard dilution of 1 ounce of dye in 1 quart of turpentine. How your stain will ultimately appear on the finished piece depends on several factors: the dilution of the stain, the method by which it was applied, the absorbency of the material, how the top coat looks, etc. Typically these oil soluable stains are used to tint varnish so the color samples here are only a rough guide. Always test your stains and finish before using them on your project. For more information on using Lockwood dyes
All packets are one ounce.
If you purchase any combination of four or more packets of dye, you’re entitled to a 10% discount! The discount is automatic and will show up as an entry in your basket.
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Related Blog Entries:
How To Select The Correct Color Dye Stain For Your Project Part 2
How To Select The Correct Color Dye Stain For Your Project Part 1
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