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MARK LEE EXPRESS BLUE #1


4 oz. Express Blue #1

No damp cabinets or long rusting periods required to get top-quality, good-looking blues and browns. Heat gun or part to 150°-200° F. More...

Product no.: 575200004 575200004
Quick & Easy Using Propane Torch
No damp cabinets or long rusting periods required to get top-quality, good-looking blues. Heat gun or part to 150°-200° F. with propane torch; swab on solution, immerse in boiling water for 5 minutes and card with soft wire wheel or fine steel wool. Repeat the application of solution and boiling until color wanted is achieved, then neutralize. Complete instructions included.

SPECS: 4 oz. (118.2ml) and 16 oz. (473ml) net contents bottles. Detailed instructions.

15.55 37.05 2 GBP
575200004
4 oz. Express Blue #1
Mfr Part: 41 No damp cabinets or long rusting periods required to get top-quality, good-looking blues and browns. Heat gun or part to 150°-200° F. with propane torch; swab on solution, and card with soft wire wheel or fine steel wool. Blue #1 does require parts be immersed in boiling water for 5 minutes before carding.
15.55 GBP 23 £15.55 *

10+ In stock with Brownells USA. Delivery within 7-10 days

Description

No damp cabinets or long rusting periods required to get top-quality, good-looking blues and browns. Heat gun or part to 150°-200° F. with propane torch; swab on solution, and card with soft wire wheel or fine steel wool. Blue #1 does require parts be immersed in boiling water for 5 minutes before carding.

Item details

Made in USA




575200016
16 oz. Express Blue #1
Mfr Part: P1 No damp cabinets or long rusting periods required to get top-quality, good-looking blues and browns. Heat gun or part to 150°-200° F. with propane torch; swab on solution, and card with soft wire wheel or fine steel wool. Blue #1 does require parts be immersed in boiling water for 5 minutes before carding.
37.05 GBP 38 £37.05 *

10+ In stock with Brownells USA. Delivery within 7-10 days
Quick & Easy Using Propane Torch
No damp cabinets or long rusting periods required to get top-quality, good-looking blues. Heat gun or part to 150°-200° F. with propane torch; swab on solution, immerse in boiling water for 5 minutes and card with soft wire wheel or fine steel wool. Repeat the application of solution and boiling until color wanted is achieved, then neutralize. Complete instructions included.

SPECS: 4 oz. (118.2ml) and 16 oz. (473ml) net contents bottles. Detailed instructions.