TransTint #6023 Black 2 oz. bottle
TransTint black UV tint is a concentrated liquid dye solution that makes it easy to apply a beautiful, deep rich black color to your project. Mainly used for "ebonizing" woods. Mix with water for an economical, non-flammable stain or with alcohol/lacquer thinner for a fast drying, non-grain raising stain. For use as a finish toner, simply add the dye concentrate to shellac, water-base finishes, solvent lacquers, and catalyzed varnish or lacquers.Features:
- Deep rich black mixture
- Intermixable with all TransTint colors to create custom shades
- Ideal for tinting woodworking glues, touch-ups, repair work, and changing the color of pre-mixed stains
TransTint Liquid Dye Black MSDS (PDF)
TransTint Liquid Dye Color Chart (PDF)
TransTint Liquid Dye to Finisher's Color Wheel Conversion Chart (PDF)
TO USE AS A DYE STAIN:
Mix with tap or distilled water for an economical, non-flammable stain OR mix with alcohol for a fast-drying, non-grain raising stain. No waiting or straining is necessary because the dye is pre-dissolved.
Suggested mix ratio is 2 oz. dye per 1/2 gallon solvent (increase or decrease ratio to suit need). Dye solutions can be applied by brush, rag, spray, or sponge. When using a water-reduced dye, a pre-grain raising is advisable -- apply the dye with an abrasive pad like maroon Mirlon.TO USE AS A FINISH TONER:
One of TransTint Dyes most unique features is their compatibility with CureUV's wide range of finishing mediums. Simply add the dye concentrate directly to our Gel filler, Sealers or Topcoats (both Waterborne and 100% solids). The dye concentrate can be added to shellac, water-base / Waterborne finishes, solvent lacquers, and catalyzed varnish or lacquers. Add any amount up to 1 oz. per quart. All 19 dye colors (10 wood tones & 9 accent colors) are intermixable to produce custom shades.
NOTE: When using any dye or colorant, we highly recommend testing your colors first on scraps or cut-offs along with your selected top coat before applying to your projects. TransTint Dyes are not for exterior use. Due to variances in color monitors, colors shown are approximations only.
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Will this work with uv resin epoxy or urethane?
The TransTint Dyes will work with epoxy but are not compatible with polyurethanes.