TAPADERA’S N-35 GUNSTOCK STAIN

NOW IN TWO DIFFERENT SHADES
REGULAR N-35 and now N-35 B

TAPADERA’S N-35
GUNSTOCK STAIN

Wipe on-wipe off. It’s different, it works!
Repeat for darker color. For darkest
color, allow N-35 to dry before buffing.
www.tapaderaswinchesters.com
approx. 2 fl. ozs.
TAPADERA’S N-35 B
GUNSTOCK STAIN

Wipe on-wipe off. It’s different, it works!
Repeat for darker color. For darkest
color, allow N-35 B to dry before buffing.
www.tapaderaswinchesters.com
approx. 2 fl. ozs.
We’ve been collecting old guns, mainly Winchesters, for a long time and we never could get a gunstock stain that was easy to work with and actually came out with the right color. Oh, lots of them are advertised, but they never work. SO we just concocted our own. It worked so simple and authentic we were amazed. This product is alcohol based. That means it dries fast. It works well with an oil or a varnish finish.

FOR A LIGHT COLORED FINISH – Apply Tapadera’s N-35 with a rag to your buttstock or forearm. Coat the entire piece of wood, then immediately wipe off with a clean, soft cloth. This gives a nice light finish that will match many newer guns. Repeat the process and it will get a little darker. You can do this several times until it is just where you want it.

FOR A DARK STAIN FINISH – On older guns that need a dark finish, apply Tapadera’s N-35 with a foam brush to your gun stock. Let the solution dry on the wood before you buff it with a clean, soft rag. You will have a very nice dark color . . . if you need it darker, repeat this, always allowing N-35 to dry before buffing. If we hold it in front of the shop heater, it dries in about 2 to 3 minutes.

AFTER YOU BUFF IT WITH A CLEAN RAG - If we need a little shine in the surface, we rub it down by hand with some dark walnut furniture oil . . . the kind you can get at the hardware store. At times, we just rub it with gun oil, depending on the condition of the wood we are trying to match. While N-35 dries in just minutes, we like to leave it overnight before rubbing in the oil finish or applying a quality varnish..

IF YOU NEED THE TRADITIONAL GUNSTOCK RED TRY OUR REGULAR N-35 . . . IF YOU WANT A LITTLE MORE BROWN, USE OUR NEW, N-35 B.

No matter which one you buy, it’s still only
$10 per 2 oz. bottle plus $5 for U.S. Priority Mail shipping

Comments from customer’s of Tapadera’s N-35:

Dear Steve & Jim;
Just a note to let you know I received my order of N-35 Stock Finish yesterday and used it on three of my Winchester's and I just can't believe how great it works... I been collecting Winchesters since 1958 and have tried just about everything on stocks that needed a little help, well, N-35 is amazing. I don't know what's in the stuff, but it work better than anything short of a complete refinish. I will never be without N-35 on hand and will recommend to others.
I've looked at it on your web site for a year or more and just didn't believe it would work as well as advertised, but it does.
Thank you for a great product.
Johnny Seay

Jim & Steve,
Man, I can't believe how good your N-35 works! I've been collecting and restoring old Winchester for over 30 years, and I've never been able to match the original color . . until now. I've got some high quality Winchester Model 42's that I was afraid to try other products on. But your stuff comes out perfect whether I just touch it up or do a whole buttstock. Save me 8 more bottles of it, and I'll pick them up next time you do the Reno Show. Thanks guys, this stuff works!"
Bud Bugni, Sutter Creek, CA

Hi Steve
I tried the N-35 this evening. You remember the clunker 86 45-90 I had at the show? The buttstock is a replacement I had fit and finished previously with Tru-Oil. I spread on a coat of N-35 over the existing oil finish and let it sit a few seconds. I wiped it off and then applied a second coat and was treated to a very nice reddish brown color. I now have the old clunker resting in a gun rack with original 86's above and below. The color of the clunker stock is almost a perfect match with the originals. I am very impressed. If you remember, the stocks on this gun were pretty light colored. The best part is that the stain either dyed the existing oil or penetrated through it, I'm not sure. At any case this stuff works. I like it! Best match to original Winchester color I have used.
I think that anyone who uses this will be impressed.
Thanks
Mark Y. Colvile, WA


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