Inlay Filler Colors

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Powdered opaque pigments for mixing with epoxy to inlay pearl, or for mixing into fillers as a tint to match rosewood or mahogany. 1-ounce jars.

Inlay Filler Colors Ebony (Black)

Ebony (Black)

Item # 1856
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$9.88

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Inlay Filler Colors Rosewood (Burnt Umber)

Rosewood (Burnt Umber)

Item # 1858
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$9.88

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Powdered opaque pigments for mixing with epoxy to inlay pearl, or for mixing into fillers as a tint to match rosewood or mahogany. 1-ounce jars.


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5.0

Black inlay filler

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Did the job perfectly!

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oh yea

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this stuff is good. A little goes a long way so go easy & work up to the color you need.

5.0

Good Stuff

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Bought the ebony and it works great with epoxy.

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Inlay Filler Colors

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excellent

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Inlay Filler Colors

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Exelent finish and easy to use

4.0

good stuff

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easy to use, spread's nice and evenly with the wood. but, if You get this on You clothes it's hard to get out.
Mixes with water well, don't even try to mix it with wood filler putty to make tint, I'd rather mix it with water, that's just me.

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Perfect Match

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Burnt Umber matches a rosewood headplate perfectly :)

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Burnt Umber

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This was a great match. I couldn't expect a better result. Easy to use and one bottle will go a long way.

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it's black!

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I use this in epoxy to fill gaps in inlay on ebony as well as other gap filling/hiding needs. Much better than the "black" superglue (that is more grey than black).

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Black as can be

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The powder mixed very easily with a Locktight 5 min epoxy and gave a good deep color to my inlay job.



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