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I often see a piece of wood that would be fantastic if it were only a shade darker.  I know for the most part when I add that urethane or lacquer there will be a slight shift, but i'm looking for the equivalent of a neutral density filter.  Are there any stains or dyes out there that would accomplish this without affecting color?

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Thanx guy - somethin' to 'spearmint on!  If successful, will post.

 Are there any stains or dyes out there that would accomplish this without affecting color?

Think about it......

Yeah, I know.  I coulda used the term "finishes", but then it wouldn't be a finish, it would be a continuance of a build, or a new beginning.  The English language sucks when it comes to expressing certain concepts.  Sorta like that dear deer caught in the headlights.  Like the red reeds I read about while scarfing down lunch looking at scarves for gifts...

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