#1
where can i get it.... asides from re-ranch, i want some for a strat build... also what would i have to do to the unfinished body that i just received? Sand? Grain Sealer? huh?
#2
If you are in the USA then the best place is www.lmii.com I don't know where to get it if you are not in the USA. I've been looking for it here in the UK for 2 years now and I still can't find it.
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#3
What type of wood is it?
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#4
I think Stewart MacDonald sales it. Also, I found it locally at a store called WoodCrafters Outlet. They have website too that you can order from.
#5
Nitro should be left to the pros.

You need to spray it in a both with lots of vacums. If you dont you will cut off a year or two of your life, it is VERY toxic.

It is also very laboutr intensive. There is so much work using nitro.
#6
ok so if i should leave it for the pros why does reranch sell it to the public? what i really want is a thin finish that will wear down as i use it... what is an alternative in that case?
#7
ppl have any suggestions on putting a coat on my strat neck? it's not glossy enough lol.
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#8
Buff it.
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#9
Quote by kurtlives91
Nitro should be left to the pros.

You need to spray it in a both with lots of vacums. If you dont you will cut off a year or two of your life, it is VERY toxic.

It is also very laboutr intensive. There is so much work using nitro.


Nitro is a fairly 'easy' finish to spray. Nitro is the top choice for hobbiests to get a quality finish. It is toxic but at hobbeest levels, spraying outside with a quality respirator is fine.