NITORTINT Red / Cherry

(9 customer reviews)


NitorTINT Red concentrate. On light woods such as spruce or maple you get a classic red tint. On Mahogany you get the typical CHERRY dye from Gibson

They are concentrated Dyes used for tinting all instruments possess high transparency, good power equalization, fast drying and lightfastness. They can be diluted with each other to get the custom dye you need.

Available in 250 ml bottle and Spray


Guitar stain for wood Red/Cherry and everything you need to paint electric guitars

Red/Cherry guitar dye. Give life to your guitar

250 ml bottle

NitorTINT Red/Cherry dyes for guitars are specially designed to change the color of the wood with maximum transparency without altering the mesh of the natural wood. Concentrated dyes with a double utility. On the one hand, they can be diluted with a solvent to apply directly to the wood with a solvent or spray gun. On the other hand, they can be used to color the finishing varnish. They are universal stains that can be diluted in solvent, water or alcohol. In the case of application with a squeegee it is recommended to use water or a Nitorlack Retard solvent. NitorTINT dyes are recommended to be diluted in a proportion between 3% and 10% depending on the type of application.

Highlights the wood grain.

Enhance the beauty of any wood by highlighting its grain with NitorTINT stains. Dilute the stain with Solvent Retard or Water and by using a wood dab you can get that 3D effect on the tops of woods such as quilted maple, flamed maple and woods with very pronounced grain. A trick to highlight the grain of the wood is to apply a Red/Cherry stain as a base and sand, then apply stain of the color you want. We will obtain a much more pronounced effect since the Red/Cherry stain will remain in the most pronounced grains of the wood and the rest with the chosen color.

Dyes and varnishes for flamenco and classical guitar.

In Nitorlack we did not want to forget the dyes for classical or flamenco guitar. We have specially formulated classic Spanish guitar dyes, flamenco red, Red/Cherry, Red/Cherry and old gold. We recommend to dilute about 2 or 3% of the NitorTINT dyes and apply uniformly until you get the tone you want.

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Apply the Red/Cherry guitar dye easily.

Preval refillable spray

If you don’t have an airbrush gun you can apply the dye very easily with the Preval spray system. This replaceable spray system consists of a glass tank of 170 ml where we put the mixture of dye with diluent and replaceable spray cartridges. Through a Venturi vacuum process it extracts the medium from the enclosed tank and delivers a professional finish without mixing the propellant and the medium. The replaceable cartridges are capable of spraying up to 650 ml. The result is an unadulterated finish with no color change.

With the guarantee of VALRESA COATINGS S.A

Technology & Size

Bottle 250 ml, Nitrocellulose spray 400ml

9 reviews for NITORTINT Red / Cherry

  1. Spanish

    Paul Burge (verified owner)

    esCastille-La Mancha, Spain

    Todo correcto.

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  2. Spanish

    bertin julien (verified owner)

    produit de qualité, livraison rapide, je recommande.

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  3. English

    Gabriele Cesarano (verified owner)

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  4. French

    Géraldine Fernandez (verified owner)

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  5. French

    Eric M. (verified owner)

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  6. Italian

    Anonimo (verified owner)

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    Massimo V. (verified owner)

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  8. English

    John (verified owner)

    gbEngland, United Kingdom

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  9. French

    odier.aurelien (verified owner)

    Utilisé sur une Epiphone Sheraton de 1995 pour reproduire un red cherry d’une 335 des années 60. Dilué avec de l’eau et après 4 passages le résultat est plus que satisfaisant !

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  10. French

    Ronan Jaouen (verified owner)


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