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Posted on How to get consistent tone in poorly-matched cherry boards

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GeoffKatz

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#1 posted 09-15-2016 01:16 PM

Thanks! I love cherry as well, but I need some practice on working with it for sure. I believe mine is kiln-dried. I know it will darken over time, but I think it could take several years, which I don’t want to wait for.

I’ve never worked with dyes before (I’m pretty new to the entire business). Are there any specific products that work well for cherry I should look for? Would the new cycle be washcoat → dye → poly? Do dyes apply similarly to stains?

I certainly will take a look at Charles Neil and other resources as well.


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