dyeing a faded deck?

Moderators: chrstjrn, mje, krudave

Post Reply
dkoz

dyeing a faded deck?

Post by dkoz »

Just got a 93 AII Q, in great condition. The red deck is a bit more faded than i'd like, if I can do something about it.
Is it possible to re-dye it? Or just name it Big Pink?
20180127_162840.jpg
20180127_162840.jpg (76.14 KiB) Viewed 561 times

arcprof
forum fanatic
Posts: 53
Joined: Tue Dec 03, 2013 10:56 pm
Location: Auckland New Zealand

Re: dyeing a faded deck?

Post by arcprof »

I have had good success mixing paint tint with a canvas re-proofing brush on treatment. Get some tint from the paint shop and mix in small amounts till it looks close to the color you want and brush it in. The last time I did this I used a water based re-proof agent. Paint tint is compatible with both oil and water based re-proofers. A sample patch is always a good idea (under paddles).

Cheers Jim
Folbot:Super, Sporty, Greenland II, Klepper:1960's AE2, 1970's AE2, 1990's AE2000

Post Reply

Return to “Klepper”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Majestic-12 [Bot]