Applying ML Cambell Toner

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Applying ML Cambell Toner

Postby Gary Puckett » Sat, Sep 26 2009, 4:04PM

When you spray ML Cambell toner do you mix it with the top coat and then apply it ?

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Re: Applying ML Cambell Toner

Postby Rick Palechuk » Sat, Sep 26 2009, 8:57PM

Gary, thats the way we have done it. We mix a little color with the clear, keeping a record of all the steps and amounts, then we use a small gravity feed gun to apply it.

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Re: Applying ML Cambell Toner

Postby Gary Puckett » Sat, Sep 26 2009, 9:12PM

Rick,

I was talking to another guy on wood web and he suggested mixing the toner with the vinyl sealer at a thinned down mixture then apply the top coat.

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Re: Applying ML Cambell Toner

Postby Wally Schneeberger » Sat, Sep 26 2009, 9:36PM

Gary Puckett wrote:Rick,

I was talking to another guy on wood web and he suggested mixing the toner with the vinyl sealer at a thinned down mixture then apply the top coat.

Gary

Either way would work just fine. You might even gain a little depth by adding to the sealer.
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Re: Applying ML Cambell Toner

Postby Rick Palechuk » Sun, Sep 27 2009, 11:20AM

We don't use a separate sealer. We use Krystal, which is a self sealing topcoat.

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Re: Applying ML Cambell Toner

Postby Michael S Murray » Mon, Sep 28 2009, 6:53AM

We always put a clear cote over the toner coat
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