Violin Varnish Italy

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    Cerignola , Italia

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  1. <iframe width="1280" height="720" src="" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe> 67/5000 in total there are six videos, you can find them in my youtube channel
  2. This is a Madagascar Copal Oil Varnish , is not a colored varnish . Is only made by linseed oil , copal and turpentine spirit and a drop of sikkative nr 203 by kremer
  3. Varnished with my coloured rosinates and amber varnish . Work by Ferenc Balogh
  4. I can not give you directions (I'm a varnish manufacturer) ... but I suggest you work on it however I use zinc sulphate .
  5. in no technical manual on paints is specified the need to reduce the oil to the consistency of honey, it is something that makes no sense there is no reduction of the oil, on the contrary, there is an increase in weight due to the absorption of oxygen
  6. The oil could be raw , cooked or else, this does not affect the success of the varnish production , certainly the boiled linseed oil dries first, the best resins are hard copal or amber, these need to be cooked (pyrogenated)
  7. As Jim already told you, it can not be called varnish . the oil alone will never give scratch resistant films. you should make a varnish in a 1: 1 ratio (1 part of resin and a part of oil) the most resistant resin is amber I produce varnish for violin making, I know something
  8. i reccomend "sikkative nr.203" of kremer pigmente , i use that in my varnish