ColorTone Aerosol Finishing Kit

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Flammable: Cannot ship by air or outside the USA.

ColorTone Aerosol Finishing Kit

A beautiful finish made simple.
Great choice for the first-time finisher.

Want to complete your instrument project with a professional-looking finish, but don't have the space, budget, or long-term need for a spray gun and compressor system? Our popular ColorTone® Aerosol Finishing Kit is just for you. Even if you're a beginner, you can achieve beautiful results you'll be proud to show off. You'll get professional guidance from the best instruction book available Guitar Finishing Step-by-Step.

  • A great choice for the first-time finisher
  • Easy-to-apply traditional clear gloss nitrocellulose lacquer in spray cans
  • Full set of polishing compounds for a beautiful high gloss finish
    The kit includes:
  • ColorTone clear gloss nitrocellulose aerosol lacquer (4 cans)
    (Nitrocellulose lacquer is the traditional choice for fine instruments.)
  • ColorTone clear nitrocellulose aerosol sealer (1 can)
  • ColorTone polishing compounds (4-ounce bottles)
    Medium, Fine, and Swirl Remover
  • Fre-Cut™/Micro Finishing Paper Sampler (22 sheets in a wide variety of grits)
  • Guitar Finishing Step-by-Step book
  • Helpful instructions for using micro finishing papers and special tips for aerosol finishing

This kit cannot be shipped outside the USA, nor shipped by air within the USA.

TIP: If you're finishing porous woods such as mahogany, ash, rosewood or koa, we recommend inexpensive ColorTone Waterbase Grain Fillers, available in a variety of matching colors. They'll help you get a level, pore-free wood surface fast, so you'll need fewer finish coats and less sanding.

Tip: Use warm lacquer for better results 

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Pro shops spray heated lacquer because cold lacquer spatters, requiring extra sanding. You should warm up your aerosol lacquer too, simply soak the cans in a sink of warm tap water. See our video with even more tips on how to spray a professional finish at home. 



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