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Quick & Easy Using Propane Torch

No damp cabinets or long rusting periods required to get top-quality, good-looking browns. Heat gun or part to 150°-200° F. with propane torch; swab on solution, and card with soft wire wheel or fine steel wool. Repeat the application of solution and carding until color wanted is achieved. Brown #2 gives excellent brown and does not require to be boiled in water for a beautiful brown finish. You can boil it if you would like for very dark brown almost black color.  Complete instructions are included.



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SPECS: 4 oz. (118.2ml) and 16 oz. (473ml) net contents bottles. Detailed instructions.

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