Tru Oil 240mL (8oz), Guitar Finish
Build Your DIY Guitar Kit with 240mL (8oz) of Tru-Oil
Tru-Oil is your key to achieving a stunning wood-type finish or natural finish on your DIY guitar kit. Specifically formulated for the final coats, it's effortless to apply and provides a beautiful result. What makes Tru-Oil exceptional is its compatibility with our entire range of product dyes and color lacquers. Whether you want to accentuate the previous coat or highlight the wood grain, it delivers remarkable results.
Despite being flammable, Tru-Oil can be applied safely in your home, garage, or storage room without special precautions. Its fast-drying formula, a unique blend of linseed and other natural oils, resists water damage and maintains clarity, avoiding yellowing or cracking with age. It also works as an excellent sealer under butt plates, recoil pads, and in inletting actions, protecting your guitar from stock damage.
Join the professionals who have trusted Tru-Oil Gun Stock Finish for over 30 years and enhance your DIY guitar project with guitar building's preferred choice for a flawless finish.
Tru-Oil in Guitar Kit Finishing
Tru-Oil is your versatile alternative to traditional varnish coats for your guitar kit. Not only does it offer a stunning design, but it also provides crucial protection for your guitar. To ensure the longevity of your electric guitar, apply multiple layers of Tru-Oil during the finishing process. The top coats of oil or varnish are the essential final touch, akin to a mandatory step.
Tru-Oil Compatibility with Our Guitar Finishing Products
Tru-Oil seamlessly complements all our guitar finishing products, including grain fillers and polishing pastes.
This tru oil product is a 240mL bottle (8oz). providing more than enough for a full guitar. In fact, there's often ample leftover for another project. For those with prior experience in Tru-Oil application or well-prepared body and neck wood, the 90mL (3oz) bottle may suffice.
Tru-Oil Preparation and Application
Our Tru-Oil is ready to use; a gentle shake is all it needs. Applying it is a straightforward process. Use a cloth or brush to spread it evenly in a circular motion across your guitar wood. Thin layers are recommended to prevent dripping and achieve a uniform distribution. Allow 8 to 12 hours between coats for the best results. To achieve an impeccable finish, consider applying between 8 to 14 coats, depending on the wood's preparation. With each new layer, the wood will gain a glossy sheen and a slightly darker hue. Some experienced users even opt for more coats to further enhance the finish.