Author Topic: SW Gilsonite. Vs Ashphaltum  (Read 1116 times)

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Offline Twoodman66

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SW Gilsonite. Vs Ashphaltum
« on: October 27, 2016, 08:29 PM »
Any one have experience with this stain.?  In Making a bunch of color samples I mixed some tar and thinner.  Client loves it. I read somewhere that SW Gilsonite was very close in color.  Tempted to just make a big match of the tar/ thinner just a little nervous about the staining coming out even. If I decide to use the ashaltum should this mix be constantly stirred? Also finished sample with liberon dark bees wax. Looked awesome.  Any compatibility issues here?

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Offline Twoodman66

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Re: SW Gilsonite. Vs Ashphaltum
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2016, 08:31 PM »
Material is white oak with heavy knots.