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tinting BIN

Want to tint BIN to a light beige to spray on walls. BIN states it can be tinted. What would anyone suggest that I use to tint BIN to a light beige?
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It's shellac primer.

Been (no pun intended) 30 years since I worked in the paint store, but I recall it could be tinted with small amounts of paint coloring. I was very skilled at making mud-brown no matter what the customer wanted.
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Colour used was called Bismarck Brown. Have a google.
Here is what I found:
http://www.finneyswoodfinishes.co.uk...r-colours.html
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Tinting a shellac with a paint tint would require the tint to be compatible with alcohol. A universal tint, such as Mixol will work with shellac.








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