Butterscotch Nitrocellulose finish in ash wood

0.- Necessary material

Concentrated dye solvent yellow base. (cod 480050 0.250ml)

Slow Antivelo Solvent (cod. 540424 5L)

Sandpaper Grain 400 – 800 – 2000

Nitro Gloss Spray Finish (cod. 220074 0.400ml)

270763 Nitorlack Butterscoth BR Guitars

TINTING PROCESS DIRECT TO WOOD: (MOP / SPRAY)

1.- Make the dye:

In a clean and dry container, add the slow solvent 540424 and then ossify the 480050 yellow concentrated dye. Stir until the dye is well incorporated. Formula (98% slow solvent + 2% concentrated yellow stain)

2.- Apply the dye to a rag:

Apply the direct stain to the wood: With a clean, lint-free cloth, moisten it in the prepared mixture. Always apply the stain in favor of the wood grain. It is not necessary to puddle in excess, to think that we must obtain the definitive color when applying several of dye. Let dry a minimum of 4 hours.

3.- Application of the Nitro Gloss Finish:

Apply the nitro gloss spray finish: After several passes, sand with 400/800 sandpaper. Keep in mind that when sanding you must do it with caution and smoothness, since if you press too much you run the risk of peeling the stain and getting to see the wood in natural. Continue applying passes (maximum 2 daily, leaving to dry about 6 hours between hands). Total recommended coats of spray application (12 fine passes approx. Will also depend on the pore of the wood, the absorption capacity and the desired finish)

4.- Polishing:

Finally, and although not necessary if highly recommended, we will proceed to polish our guitar. For this, it will be necessary to wait 3 to 4 weeks for the nitro finish to obtain the adequate hardness to be polished. Note: to polish polyurethane finishes (Cod. 120139) it will only be enough to wait 48 hours.

First we will polish with the medium polishing paste, in order to remove the thickest impurities and imperfections, and then we will work with the finest polishing paste. We will avoid overheating the guitar when polishing.

DIRECT TINTING PROCESS IN THE FINISH: (GUN)

1.- Apply the direct finished color:

We will use the reference 270763 Nitorlack Guitars Butterscoth BR and we will apply several passes of the color. Once dry, we can apply the colorless gloss finish to the color.

2.- Application of the Nitro Gloss Finish:

Apply the nitro gloss spray finish: After several passes, sand with 400/800 sandpaper. Keep in mind that when sanding you must do it with caution and smoothness, since if you press too much you run the risk of peeling and getting to see the wood in natural. Continue applying passes (maximum 2 daily, leaving to dry about 6 hours between hands). Total recommended coats of spray application (12 fine passes approx. Will also depend on the pore of the wood, the absorption capacity and the desired finish)

3.- Polishing:

Finally, and although not necessary if highly recommended, we will proceed to polish our guitar. For this, it will be necessary to wait 3 to 4 weeks for the nitro finish to obtain the adequate hardness to be polished. Note: to polish polyurethane finishes (Cod. 120139) it will only be enough to wait 48 hours.

First we will polish with the medium polishing paste, in order to remove the thickest impurities and imperfections, and then we will work with the finest polishing paste. We will avoid overheating the guitar when polishing.