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with all cabinet shops going green, I'm now forced to use water born stain and Glazes. Is there anybody diluting the stains and glazes for custom matches WITH EASE? Thanks :smile:
 

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with all cabinet shops going green, I'm now forced to use water born stain and Glazes. Is there anybody diluting the stains and glazes for custom matches WITH EASE? Thanks :smile:


News break...all cabinet shops haven't gone green...yet. Stains and dyes can be wiped, brushed or sprayed. What's done depends on the project. Doing diluting, or changing the concentration, or mixing custom isn't easy or difficult, just time consuming doing the experimenting.








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Thanks right not everyone, but I was hoping you could answer the question post not comment on a statement. So do you use water born stains and glazes IF so, hows do you spray?
 

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I am currently using ml cambell products, water base stain and wipe with a water born sealer (forgot the name) on cabinetry and case work etc. Anyone have a better preference than ml or using their products with positive results or bad results for that matter?
 
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