W. D. Lockwood Dye

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W. D. Lockwood Dye

– Water soluble.
– 1 oz. jar.
– Used to dye risers and wood laminations.
– Compatible with epoxy glues.

Available in Walnut (standard brown), Mahogany (standard red), Silver Gray, Forest Green, Ruby (ox blood), Lemon Yellow, Brilliant Crimson, Dark Brown Walnut, Bright Red Cherry,
Rosewood, Ebony Black, Olive and Brilliant Fuchsia.

Note* The powder dye may not reflect the finished color.

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Description

W. D. Lockwood Dye is a water soluble dry powder used to dye risers and wood laminations. Compatible with epoxy glues. Available in Walnut (standard brown), Mahogany (standard red), Silver Gray, Forest Green, Ruby (ox blood), Lemon Yellow, Brilliant Crimson, Dark Brown Walnut, Bright Red Cherry, Rosewood, Ebony Black, Olive and Brilliant Fuchsia. 1 oz. jar.

Note* The powder dye may not reflect the finished color.

Additional information

Color

Walnut Standard Brown, Mahogany, Silver Gray, Forest Green, Ruby Ox Blood, Lemon Yellow, Brilliant Crimson, Dark Brown Walnut, Bright Red Cherry, Rosewood, Ebony Black, Olive, Brilliant Fuchsia

Customer Questions & Answers

    is it neccessary to preheat the lamination-woods and to what temperature in °C ?
  1. Q is it neccessary to preheat the lamination-woods and to what temperature in °C ? answer now
    Asked by ArrowJoe on April 21, 2020 6:30 am
    Answered by the admin It is not necessary to pre-heat the laminations to apply the dye. Just apply the dye and let them dry for 24 hours. However, you will want to go through the normal pre-heating procedures for your wood laminations as part of the glue-up.
  2. can you use reguarer wood stain
  3. Q can you use reguarer wood stain answer now
    Asked by Penny Hegel on January 15, 2020 10:35 am
    Answered by the admin Thanks for your question. You will need to use a water based dye or an alcohol based dye. Anything else will interfere with the epoxy.
  4. How do you go about dying laminations with this product prior to glue up? Would you boil the dye in water and apply, or apply using something else? I’m hoping to slightly darken some maple core laminations to tan, like a light walnut.
  5. Q How do you go about dying laminations with this product prior to glue up? Would you boil the dye ...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Michael Larkin on January 10, 2019 12:11 am
    Answered by the admin

    Thanks for your question. The product comes with instructions, but basically, you start with hot water in the container and mix in the powdered dye until you get the desired shade. Let the mixture cool to room temperature. Apply to laminations. Allow laminations to dry for 24 hours. Then observe your normal wood lamination pre-heating procedures when gluing up your bow.

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