The contents of a two part kit are flammable. Work in a well ventilated area. Keep away from high heat, sparks, open flames and possible sources of ignition. Wear appropriate … More
We recommend our Bristol Finish Thinner to clean up of brushes. Acetone is an acceptable alternative to our thinner.
This is always a case of contamination either on the surface or in the product. Allow coat to fully cure, sand surface until smooth, clean surface with acetone to remove … More
There are many possible reasons you may be getting bubbles. Check out the troubleshooting guide to find the reason.
The Traditional Amber is not flowing very well. I am getting brush marks, not the smoothness I want.
Thin Bristol Finish using our thinner according to the guidelines.
In both cases Bristol Finish should be removed. In the case of under mixing it is possible to re-coat with the proper mixture.
Touch the finish with the tip of a finger. It should feel dry but still stick just a little and not leave a fingerprint.
Putting the catalyst in the refrigerator has worked for some. The best solution we have found is to use a product Bloxygen that is sprayed into the catalyst before re-sealing … More
There are really only 2 ways for this to occur: 1 the catalyst is very old. 2 the catalyst has been exposed to the atmosphere. In either case the catalyst … More
A heat gun and scraper are the most efficient way to remove Bristol Finish, remember to use a scraper that will not gouge the wood. Chemical stripper works as well … More