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Heritage Cherry Nitrocellulose Chip Repair guitar paint - 50ml

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Nitrocellulose Chip Repair/Touch-up Paint

We stock a wide range of high quality nitrocellulose lacquers and paints suitable for use on any guitar project. We’ve produced a range of colours found on popular guitar models and used our own Strat and Tele bodies for reference This is the same type of lacquer as used on vintage Fender and Gibson guitars which, over time, will produce an aged, tarnished look to your instrument. These are true lacquers, as used by top guitar makers since the 1950s. They dry very quickly and produce a hard glassy finish, unlike other “pre-cat” lacquers These paints and lacquers are very easy to apply and generally require no sanding in-between coats.

50ml of neat nitro with brush located in lid

Each pot contains 50ml of neat nitrocellulose which can be applied directly to the wood surface.
This lacquer can be thinned with cellulose thinners if required though this is not necessary for scratch & chip repairs

*Colour may vary slightly dedending on number of coats applied, wood type and preperation method. Use only in a well ventilated area. Suitable breathing apparatus should be worn


Product Reviews

  • 5
    Heritage Cherry Nitrocellulose chip repair paint

    Posted by John Truman on 5th Aug 2020

    Superb, Great quality and an excellent match for my cherry sunburst Gibson Les Paul Tribute 2011. Thanks!

  • 5

    Posted by Steve Moore on 29th Jul 2019

    Excellent product & first class service.

  • 3
    Heritage Cherry Chip Repair

    Posted by Hugh on 8th Oct 2018

    Not sure if it's the way I applied it, but it's not that easy to apply. I'm glad I only used it for small chips. I think in future I'll stick with the 'vintage look.

  • 5
    Heritage Cherry Red

    Posted by Recaster Guitar Service on 17th Aug 2018

    NWG have really done their homework and come out with a great product for refinishing, restoring or finishing a new build. Well done Northwest Guitars