ColorTone Wipe-On Poly Finish

ColorTone Wipe-On Poly Finish

ColorTone Wipe-On Poly Finish

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ColorTone Wipe-On Poly Finish

About This Item

Easy to use waterbase finish made for instruments!
ColorTone Wipe-On Poly is a great alternative when aerosols and solvent based finishes are not appropriate.

It can be used on bare wood as a primary finish, over repairs leaving a durable protective finish, and over existing finishes to improve appearance and durability. Applies easily with a soft cloth or foam brush.

  • Low odor
  • Easy wipe on application
  • Good flow characteristics
  • Quick drying
  • Good durability
  • Moisture & alcohol resistant
  • Water clear
  • Low VOC
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Nonflammable

8-ounce bottle.


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5.0

Nice!

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Works very well. I cant use aerosol so this is a great alternative.

5.0

Able to get to a near glass gloss

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I used this product for finishing a mahogany body with stained flamed maple top. I applied seven coats, using a foam brush. I lightly dry sanded 800 grit every coat, on the final coat I wet sanded the maple top from 1000 down to 5000 and polished with colortone compound and I'm really happy with the results. I've been also able to satin finish the mahogany (personal decision) lightly sanding the final coat with 400 and then 800 grit dry sandpaper. Obviously is a final finishing review... I can't still review the durability of the finish. You have to be very careful while building up. Let each coat cure properly, I suggest at least 4 hours each coat... even more. The more you let it cure, the better it will sand, the better the next coat will apply.

5.0

Took me a while to figure it out

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After a few “meh” results, I decided to try again. The trick is to rub it on using a t shirt scrap. Thin coats. As a final top layer to finish repairs, this method worked great. Sand the repair smooth with 400 grit after scraping the area smooth, then wet sand once the area is blended with the original finish, about 4-6 layers. Wet sand then buff and polish. Bam. Done!

5.0

As advertised and better

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Easy application and cleanup. I bought a lute guitar that came with a very thin finish. I used this to build it up a little. I would recommend using a staining pad rather than a foam brush on large areas.

5.0

WOW

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I've been using gunstock oil for years always like the finish. I figured I'd try something different for a glossier look. This stuff works great easy to apply and does it buff up. Good stuff

5.0

Great product

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I like the fact that I can wipe it on and it drys in two or three hours and it's ready for the next coat. It has a nice shine and it can be polished to a high gloss and its a hard finish. I'm only using this from now on.

4.0

Easy application

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Just used this over Tru Oil. It worked very well.

5.0

The best and faster finish

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Excellent product!

5.0

Finish with ease

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I have been using a wipe on varnish with good effect, but was interested in this water based poly. It goes on easily. You can work over an area if need be without marring the surface, within a reasonable time, like a drip. I apply it like french polish with a cotton pad. It can be brushed on. It is thin and much better applied with a pad or cloth.Patience and thin layer build up with some light sanding between about 3 coats at a time. Back and sides at around 5-6 layers. Top will be at least 9, depending on gloss depth. With the guitar suspended I can apply one coat in about 15- 20 minutes. Not in a hurry, the next coat goes on the next day.I like it so far, and clean-up is easy.

5.0

Some of the best Poly out there.

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Worked with lots of poly in the past, this is the easiest by far to work with and the shine can’t be beat.T.Davis Custom Bass Guitars

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