Nitro Spray, Translucent Red Cherry - 400ml
Cherry Red is always a hot colour for any guitar! If you plan to paint your guitar in red, then our Dartford Heritage Cherry Red spray can be a guitar finishing for your guitar build.
Paint spray allows you to paint your guitar kit easily and avoid the use of specific equipement such as spray gun. So, paint your guitar easier! just shake and spray! You can achieve a professional finish with our proposed nitrocellulose guitar paint spray, developed specifically to paint guitars with high opacity and excellent coverage. Use "Sealer Nitrocellulose Spray, Clear" as a base, and finish with our Clear Nitrocellulose Guitar Lacquer.
The Guitar Kit Fabric proposes spray of 400mL of nitrocellulose guitar paint in over 40 colours, vintage and contemporary for your guitar build and guitar finishing.
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USAGE OF NITROCELLULOSE COLOUR LACQUER SPRAY DURING THE FINISHING PROCESS OF YOUR GUITAR KIT BUILD
The nitrocellulose colour lacquer is used after the primer/ sealer coat. Its goal is really to provide a nice design to your guitar kit but it provides also an additional layer of protection of the guitar body. It will grant a durable finish to your electric guitar for many decades!
But generally for painting a guitar, (taking into account that the wood has been sanded) and with a medium wood pore:
- An electric guitar neck for a natural finish: 1 spray nitrocellulose finishing products ( gloss or matte),
- An electric guitar body: 1 spray nitrocellulose primer, 1 spray of a colour lacquer and 1 nitrocellulose finishing spray (gloss or matte ),
- Classical guitar kit or Acoustic kit, body and neck: 1 nitrocellulose base spray and 2 nitrocellulose finishing spray (gloss or matte)
- Ukulele kit: 1 to 2 nitrocellulose finishing spray. (gloss or matte).
NITROCELLULOSE SEALER COMPATIBILITY WITH OUR GUITAR FINISHING PRODUCTS.
NITROCELLULOSE LACQUER PREPARATION AND APPLICATION.
Spray allow you to paint your guitar kit homogeneoulsy without the need of additional material like a spray gun. Before applying nitrocellulse lacquer, shake vigorously between 2 to 5 minutes. Spray thin layers to avoid any drip and get a homogeneous distribution and in an environment with low humidity. Apply with a uniform movement and with a distance of approximately 20 cm. Wait between 12 to 24 hours between coats. Ideally you might want to sand slighly between coats. It is also important to apply a primer and sand 400 before applying the spray.Note that Nitrocellulose is toxic and need protection during the finishing step of your guitar kit build: google, mask and gloves available on our website. Make sure to apply nitrocellulose lacquer outside or in a ventilated area.Further instruction will be provided along with your order.