Additional Information

Weight 1 lbs
Color

Black, Dark Brown, Goldenrod, White, Brick Red

Size

0.5 Pound, 1 Ounce, 1 Pound

Dry Pigments

Powdered Pigments for Coloring Epoxy Putty and Paste. 

Uses: Blend one or more pigment into putty or paste to achieve a desired color.  Commonly used to recreate wood tones in WoodEpox®, wood replacement compound.  Can also be used to color Dual Glaze and Type M glazing putties.

Features & Benefits: Fine ground powders incorporate easily into a variety of materials.  They can be used individually or blended together for a nearly infinite number of color combinations.  Deep rich tones create realistic wood colors.

Technical Characteristics:  Finely ground inorganic powdered pigments.  Colors include: Brick Red, White, Goldenrod, Brown and Black.

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Customer Questions & Answers

    Do you have an instruction sheet or specification sheet describing the proper ratio of pigment to epoxy putty?
  1. Q Do you have an instruction sheet or specification sheet describing the proper ratio of pigment to...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Frederick Huganir on August 18, 2021 8:41 am
    Answered by the admin

    We do not have any particular mixing ratios. You just have to mix as much or as little to get the desired color you need.

  2. Can your product be used with Durham"s Rock Hard Water Putty?
  3. Q Can your product be used with Durham"s Rock Hard Water Putty? answer now
    Asked by David Sherman on July 26, 2021 6:35 pm
    Answered by the admin We have not tested our product with that product.
  4. What pigment color or colors would you suggest to match a natural finish mahogany porch? There are about six square inches total that are rotted and need repair. I plan on stripping/sanding then applying a spar urethane. The final color on a test patch looks like dark orange-reddish brown. Thanks!
  5. Q What pigment color or colors would you suggest to match a natural finish mahogany porch? There ar...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Tom on July 17, 2021 5:35 pm
    Answered by the admin

    We don't have any actual formulas for mixing the pigment into the WoodEpox. You would have to play with the pigments to reach your desired color.

  6. can I use it to make my own wood filler color?
  7. Q can I use it to make my own wood filler color? answer now
    Asked by Keyvan on April 26, 2021 11:29 am
    Answered by the admin You can use the dry pigments to tint the WoodEpox.
  8. will this mix with glazing compound when restoring leaded glass?
  9. Q will this mix with glazing compound when restoring leaded glass? answer now
    Asked by John Coolidge on March 25, 2021 3:18 pm
    Answered by the admin

    No.

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Customer Reviews

  1. Barry Palmer

    Between all the great products sold by Abatron, endorsed and used by Steve Quillian, who also referred us to your products, we are well on our way to restoring our family home that is nearly 125 years old! Thanks so much! We’ll get all our products from you.

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