Hammerl GmbH & Co. KG

The Violin Varnish Manufactory

Stain

Stains and primers

If the unfinished instrument is to have a beautiful basic color, it should be stained before varnishing. But since the hardness of wood can vary, thus absorbing the stain unevenly, it is recommended that the basic instrument should be pre-treated first to ensure that the color is attractively even.

Instructions for pre-treating the wood

Dissolve about 30 g of gelatin powder (order# 7460) in a liter of warm water and then heat until the solution is clear and thin. Apply the warm solution evenly with a bristle brush, leave to dry completely and sand down very carefully with a fine sandpaper.The various stains described below can then be applied.

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  • Stain W # 169 red brown, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 157 french red, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 156 mahohany red dark, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 150 black, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 142 red, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 139 green, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 138 blue, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 135 pure yellow, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 128 old golden brown, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 127 maroon, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 121 mahogany brown, light, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 120 golden brown, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 116 oak brown, light, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 108 old yellow, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 104 nut brown, dark, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 102 mahogany red light, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 100 golden yellow, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 98 orange, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

  • Stain W # 97 yellowish brown light, water-soluble

    ab 3.95 €

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