Blush Eraser

Blush Eraser

Blush Eraser

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Blush Eraser

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Eliminates the white clouding that appears when moisture is trapped in a new finish. Also useful for finish touch-up and repair.

When you spray a finish in humid conditions, a "blushed" (whitened) surface can occur when moisture becomes trapped in the finish. As soon as the blush appears, use Aerosol Blush Eraser to reflow the surface and free the trapped moisture. It preserves the clarity of the finish, and helps "melt-in" overspray after spot finish repairs, too. For use with nitrocellulose lacquer finishes only.

13-ounce aerosol spray can.



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5.0

Must have!

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I thought I ruined my first kit after spraying with high humidity. I was pissed! I googled solutions and found the blush eraser. Holy crap it worked in seconds! It was super easy to use and took no time at all. Got me right back on track and I would recommend everyone keeping a can of this handy. Or... don’t spray when it’s humid!

5.0

This stuff!

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Verified Buyer


This stuff re-flowed and worked as it should. I always keep a can on hand now for my friend Justin Case.

5.0

Blush? What blush?

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Verified Buyer


This removed the blush within seconds! A little goes a long way, so be gentle with it.

5.0

Blush Eraser

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Verified Buyer


This stuff really works excellent. A Project saver!

5.0

Yep, Great Stuff

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Ordered two cans of Jet Spray and just now got to use it. It is hot and humid and my little shop of horrors is not the best setup to keep blush under control. Well my piece that I'm working on did blush and the jet spray was handy. I gave the blushing a shot on the guitar body where needed and it took care of it. First time use was a little heavy but I didn't over do it so the spray job didn't get damaged. I figured out that a short light shot onto the blush is all it needs. So this stuff does what it needs to. Yep Great Stuff.

5.0

Love this stuff!

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Verified Buyer


I live in a high humidity area. After spraying lacquer on my lastest bass, you guessed it, it blushed...badly. Ordered this product, stewmac got it to me in like 2 days. Sprayed it on and WOOHOO no more blushing. Not only that, but I sprayed it on a bit heavy in a couple of places and it ran. Them runs flattened themselves right out. Thank you StewMac for carrying this stuff, worth every penny I paid!

5.0

Saved my butt and my finish.

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OK, got a little antsy and continued to spray clear lacquer after the sun went down. I wound up with some white areas and went into panic mode. After some research, I found the Jet Spray Blush Eraser. Even after 6 days of dry time, I could actually watch the blush disappear! After sanding and polishing, I could find no evidence of the blush. What a life saver for those of us who get a little impatient!

5.0

Exactly what I needed

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Verified Buyer


Did a fantastic job cleaning up the blush I got using shaker cans, and didn't wear through the finish like I thought it could. Reflowed the lacquer really well -- sprayed it while the guitar body was hanging and the blush was gone in seconds.

5.0

Hasy Lacquer Finish? You need this.

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Humidity is a problem is my area of the country and even though I thought I was working on a dry day, one of my last coats of the day (just before sundown I guess the dew dropped) got moisture trapped in it. It was a Friday but I didn't panic. I ordered the Blush remover and had on Monday. Even after 4 days a nice dose of Blush Eraser did the trick and that guitar neck came out great. Now I have it on hand for the next time.

5.0

Very useful for touch-up work

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Had a few mistakes on my first guitar finishing job. On StewMac's advice, I bought this initially to get rid of 'blushing' I accidentally created and thought the finish was ruined. It took care of the blushing easily and I also used it to clear up and even out some other later errors in tinted lacquer. It is great as a lacquer remover as well (as long as you are very careful) and gave me the chance for some 're-do's" and the guitar looked pretty good.

I think it's a must have on-hand in case you need to correct any lacquer runs, overspray or other issues.

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