One of the advantages of using a Wudtone finishing kit is that no specialist skill or spraying equipment is required. Spraying with aerosol cans can be dangerous, but the Wudtone method is so safe that no special breathing equipment is required.
With a Wudtone finishing kit, the method of application means that you will never apply more finish than is required. Slow-curing and the self-levelling properties of the wood ensure that you achieve a professional result, whilst at the same time reducing the dampening effects of a conventional paint finish to maximise the resonance, feel and tone of the guitar.
Wudtone finishing kits:
- enhance the beauty, uniqueness and natural ageing process of wood.
- create a breathable, hard-wearing finish.
- don't dampen tone like solvent-based polyurethane and nitrocellulose lacquers.
- are easy to repair in the event of damage to the surface, unlike when traditional lacquers crack.
The finish kits come with a base coat and top coat, which provide full protection for the wood. Thanks to their microporous consistency, they won’t crack or blister. The finish is extremely durable and hard-wearing.
The finish kit contains:
- Base Coat
- White Colour Coat
- 1 empty bottle for mixing the colours
- Top Coat (please choose an option)
- 1 pair of disposable nitrile gloves
- Optionally, you can also select gold or silver highlights
The base coats contain pigments and/or dyes, depending on the colour choice. These are dissolved in natural oils, wax and curing agents. The wood will let you know how much is needed. Lighter and more open-pore woods will need slightly more than denser woods. You will quickly notice that less and less of the base coat is required with every new coat, and you can vary the density of the tint through the number of base coats (normally between 2 and 5). The top coat, which contains wax and curing agents, is also slow-curing, self-levelling and normally requires 2 to 5 coats.