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Wood Dye

Wood Dye

Colron Wood Dye penetrates into the wood grain producing a rich depth of colour and highlighting the beauty of the wood.

Key benefits

  • Penetrates the wood grain
  • Produces a beautiful depth of colour
  • Specially formulated to be overcoated with Ronseal Ultra Tough Clear Varnish
  • Area of use: Interior Wood
  • Application: Cloth
  • Drying time: 6 Hours

How to...

Colour wood with dye

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Colour wood with dye

You will need: Colron Wood Dye

Directions:

  1. Test for colour on matching cut off of wood, or an inconspicuous area.
  2. Apply to clean, smooth bare wood surface, rubbing the Colron Wood Dye along the grain with a dry lint free cloth.
  3. Allow to dry for 6 hours before applying a finish.
  4. Overcoat with Ronseal Varnish for ultimate protection.

FAQ

Are the Colron Wood Dye colours inter-mixable?

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Answer:
Yes, be sure to shake the dye thoroughly before and after mixing. Always mix enough dye to complete the job.

FAQ

On the Colron Wood Dye can it says apply one coat, why is this?

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Answer:
Colron Wood Dyes give very intense colours in one coat so there is little need to apply further coats. However if you need to make the colour more intense you may add further coats but remember to buff off any excess after drying before any application

FAQ

How can I protect Colron Wood Dye?

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Answer:
Use Ronseal Ultra Tough Clear Varnish. Clear waxes can be used over the top of Colron Wood Dye to give a coloured wax effect.

FAQ

Can I use wood dye on a floor?

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Answer:
Yes, However you will need to apply the required level of protection afterwards, Using Ronseal Diamond Hard Floor Varnish.

FAQ

Can wood dye be used outside?

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Answer:
No, the pigments in the wood dyes will fade very quickly outside.

FAQ

How can I remove wood dye?

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Answer:
Wood Dye penetrates the wood and so sanding is the only way to remove it from the surface.

FAQ

Can I use a dye over filler?

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Answer:
The filler will take a wood dye to some extent however not the same extent as the surrounding wood. A wood filler closest to the intended finish is a something to consider.


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The beautiful art of wood

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