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hi Im Todd Clevenger and welcome to the American Craftsman workshop I have a project I want to share with you its these French doors that Im standing and finishing now this isnt a new stadium finished project actually staying to finish these doors six years ago and as you look at the picture youll see that the door on the right has a lighter brown color and that was the original finish now the door on the left has a dark reddish brown kind of mahogany color and were going to use toning to take it up to that color now I actually already figured the color scheme out and the amount of dye that I need for the door on the left but I think theres still a lot to be learned I have to mix up a little bit more dye I didnt want to waste the opportunity to share some of the knowledge with you now to create toner for this project today Im using lacquer thinner and Im using trans 10th dye you may wonder about the other dyes out there well to tell you the truth I use ml Campbells dye I use