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  1. Rosini's Color Box
    $79.95
    Whether you're completing repairs or working a full restoration, there is, in most cases, a need for touch up. With this color box, customizing any color tone is possible.

    These 12 colors are dry powders. Some are aniline dyes, some are earth pigments, others are colors ground from stone. They are disolved best in alcohol and alcohol based finishes. They work exceptionally well with our pre mixed French polish - Rocket Pad. Learn More

  2. Aniline Dye: Oil Blue Black 16 oz.
    $69.95
    These oil based aniline dye powders can be disolved in turpentine, naphtha or any oil based varnish or paint. Use them to make stain for wood or tint different oil based mediums including many paste waxes. They are excellent for tinting a final finish for color adjustment. Use them in combinations to achieve a variety of wood or color tones. The colors are brilliant, complex and penetrate deeply. A good choice for the pro who wants an edge. Mix 1 oz. dye to 16 oz. solvent for a medium tone. The more dye you add the deeper the tone. Learn More
  3. Aniline Dye: Oil Blue Black 8 oz.
    $45.95
    These oil based aniline dye powders can be disolved in turpentine, naphtha or any oil based varnish or paint. Use them to make stain for wood or tint different oil based mediums including many paste waxes. They are excellent for tinting a final finish for color adjustment. Use them in combinations to achieve a variety of wood or color tones. The colors are brilliant, complex and penetrate deeply. A good choice for the pro who wants an edge. Mix 1 oz. dye to 16 oz. solvent for a medium tone. The more dye you add the deeper the tone. Learn More
  4. Aniline Dye: Oil Blue Black 2 oz.
    $19.95
    These oil based aniline dye powders can be disolved in turpentine, naphtha or any oil based varnish or paint. Use them to make stain for wood or tint different oil based mediums including many paste waxes. They are excellent for tinting a final finish for color adjustment. Use them in combinations to achieve a variety of wood or color tones. The colors are brilliant, complex and penetrate deeply. A good choice for the pro who wants an edge. Mix 1 oz. dye to 16 oz. solvent for a medium tone. The more dye you add the deeper the tone. Learn More
  5. Aniline Dye: Nigrosene - Perfect Black 16 oz.
    $129.95
    These oil based aniline dye powders can be disolved in turpentine, naphtha or any oil based varnish or paint. Use them to make stain for wood or tint different oil based mediums including many paste waxes. They are excellent for tinting a final finish for color adjustment. Use them in combinations to achieve a variety of wood or color tones. The colors are brilliant, complex and penetrate deeply. A good choice for the pro who wants an edge. Mix 1 oz. dye to 16 oz. solvent for a medium tone. The more dye you add the deeper the tone.

    There is no color sample shown for this dye, however this particular black is a perfect black, a black black. Learn More
  6. Aniline Dye: Nigrosene - Perfect Black 8 oz.
    $79.95
    These oil based aniline dye powders can be disolved in turpentine, naphtha or any oil based varnish or paint. Use them to make stain for wood or tint different oil based mediums including many paste waxes. They are excellent for tinting a final finish for color adjustment. Use them in combinations to achieve a variety of wood or color tones. The colors are brilliant, complex and penetrate deeply. A good choice for the pro who wants an edge. Mix 1 oz. dye to 16 oz. solvent for a medium tone. The more dye you add the deeper the tone.

    There is no color sample shown for this dye, however this particular black is a perfect black, a black black. Learn More
  7. Aniline Dye: Nigrosene - Perfect Black 2 oz.
    $22.95
    These oil based aniline dye powders can be disolved in turpentine, naphtha or any oil based varnish or paint. Use them to make stain for wood or tint different oil based mediums including many paste waxes. They are excellent for tinting a final finish for color adjustment. Use them in combinations to achieve a variety of wood or color tones. The colors are brilliant, complex and penetrate deeply. A good choice for the pro who wants an edge. Mix 1 oz. dye to 16 oz. solvent for a medium tone. The more dye you add the deeper the tone.

    There is no color sample shown for this dye, however this particular black is a perfect black, a black black. Learn More
  8. Potassium Bichromate 2 oz.
    $12.95
    Potassium Bichromate is an orange crystal that when dissolved in water and applied to certain woods will turn them a deep brown. The amount of tannin in the wood will determine the depth of color. Works well on hardwoods like oak, ash, cherry, walnut, etc. It works very well on mahogany to produce deep browns. Always experement on scraps to determine suitability.
    Mix 1/2 oz. Potassium Bichromate to 1/2 gallon of water for a medium strength mix. For a stronger mix add more crystal or make a second application. For lighter shades add water to dilute the solution.
    Potassium Bichromate is an oxidizer. Always wear gloves when handeling. Wear a dust mask when handeling the dry crystal. Learn More
  9. Potassium Permanganate 1 lb.
    $19.95
    Potassium Permanganate is one of the most widely used chemicals for coloring wood. It comes in violet crystals to be dissolved in cold water.The colors resulting from its use are beautiful, transparent nut browns. Works excellent on hardwoods. It gives maple a golden brown color.
    Mix 3 ozs. in a half gallon of water for a medium solution. The first color noted upon application is violet, but changes to brown when dry. The stronger the solution the darker the color. Learn More
  10. Oxalic Acid 1 lb.
    $19.95
    Oxalic Acid is a bleaching solution for the purpose of removing stains from wood to be finished or refinished. It is also excellent for lightening timber that is to be finished to the lightest color possible.
    Dissolve 8 oz. of Oxalic Acid in a half gallon of hot water. It is most effective when used hot. If the first application of the bleach does not remove the discolorations or make the surface as light as you would like , apply the same solution hot a second time and repeat as needed.
    Once satisfied with the color allow to dry and be sure to neutralize with white vinigar. Saturate the bleached area and let dry.
    Always wear gloves and appropriate clothing when using Oxalic Acid. Wear a dust mask when sanding the bleached dried timber as the sanding dust is quite irritating to the nose. Learn More

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Floyd J. Rosini

252-955-0156
floydrosini@gmail.com

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