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• To save time, pre-fill deep gouges with untinted putty and let dry before topping off with final matching color.
• Save all putty mixes (including tests) under plastic wrap or on cards for 2nd application, marbling tests, etc.
• For very fine repairs, trim brush to make it smaller before applying lacquer.
• To achieve very light colors, add a small amount of the putty/tint mixture to some fresh putty until the desired lightness is achieved.
• To slightly alter colors, add tint to some fresh putty first, then add that to your existing mixture.
• If more space is needed, the back panel of package can be cut off and serve as a mixing plate.
• Putty will darken greatly as it dries.
• For minor scratches, try our ScratchAway concealer or our ScratchCure Repair Pens.
• Always test graining on a scrap piece of putty.
• Put some variations of your mix on cards or post-its, let dry, then hold against your needed repair areas. Save scraps to test graining.
• For a more realistic repair, match the background color (usually much lighter) first, then add darker foreground graining or marbling.
• Final lacquer application can darken some formulas.
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