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    Hey roger this is Pat with chets cleaning. just wondering if you had any advice for us on a couple chairs we're doing. so far they've been cleaned, rinsed. then hydrated, and fat liquored for a couple days. they look better from when we started but there are a couple areas that still look a little light. ex: arms and foot rest( 1c+2b ) we have tried to apply aniline dye 21 because our main concern is keeping the feel as natural as possible but it seems the dye is a little too opaque. so my ultimate question is what should we use to bring a little more color into the more worn areas without changing the feel?

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    sorry the pictures are soo large!

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    sorry for the glare on the arm of the first chair. if needed I can re take but I think the best example of what's going on is the foot rest

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    >>> sorry the pictures are soo large!

    A good picture is worth a thousand words . . .


    >>> we have tried to apply aniline dye 21 because our main concern is keeping the feel as natural as possible but it seems the dye is a little too opaque.

    Can you describe “too opaque” in other words?
    or pictures of the "too opaque" for reference?


    >>> so my ultimate question is what should we use to bring a little more color into the more worn areas without changing the feel?


    Use AnilineTop-76G with Sand2000 in-between coatings to bring more color or deeper in color saturation or intensity to the “2b: light areas on foot rest” and “1b:scuff marks”.
    Please do a testing to reveal or view if my assessment or evaluation is correct?


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    Last edited by Roger Koh; 04-12-2019 at 10:14 AM.

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