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Reranch touch up pens - anyone use them?

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by friskinator, Dec 12, 2013.


  1. friskinator

    friskinator Supporting Member

    Apr 5, 2007
    Atlanta, Georgia
    I'm considering buying one of the Reranch touch up pens to fix a couple of small chips/dings on a bass that I previously refinished in Reranch nitro. Does anyone have any experience with those, and if so, were you happy with the results? I do have some of the matching color and clear left in rattle cans, so I was wondering if I could just drop-fill the problem areas with that instead of paying for the pen.

    Any advice would be appreciated - thanks.
     
  2. hdracer

    hdracer

    Feb 15, 2009
    Elk River, MN.
    I bought the clear and the vintage amber.
    The amber is yellow and stands out like a sore thumb.
    I haven't had much luck with them.
     
  3. friskinator

    friskinator Supporting Member

    Apr 5, 2007
    Atlanta, Georgia
    I'd be using the matching color and standard clear, so I don't anticipate any color/shading problems. I just wanted to know if the pen would achieve a better result than doing it with a few drops of paint from the can applied with a toothpick or tiny brush.