CRB Marbling Pigment (1oz)

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Color: Black
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CRB Marbling Pigment (1oz)



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2133 Component Loop
Suite 1001
Oviedo FL 32765
United States

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Color Black

CRB Marbling Pigment (1oz)

Product Details

  • Our CRB Marbling Pigment Kit can be used for tinting, marbling and any other coloring projects using Rod Finish.
  • Now available in 9 highly concentrated pigments: black, blue, red, white, yellow, orange, green, light blue and violet.
  • These 9 basic colors will let you mix & match to create virtually any color you can imagine.
  • The opacity is based on concentration and can range from transparent to 100% opaque
  • The coloring agent is highly concentrated. Use small amounts when mixing.
  • For larger batches or multiple same color projects, mix coloring agent as directed, store mixed amount and then add second component of rod finish in the amount you need to finish projects one at a time.
  • For help with mixing colors, see the color wheel provided in the instructions.

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Scott Johnson (De Pere, WI, US)
Lifetime Supply?

Just finished a rod build using the CRB Marbling Pigment for the first time. The amount needed to mix is so small that this will take forever to use it all. Used with Generation 4 High Build Finish and Flexcoat Color Preserver to get a "stringy" marbling effect. Mixing all three didn't have any impact on the way the finish set. Looks good.

Justin (Seattle, WA, US)
Pigment color 👍🏻

Just received marbling pigment. Color looks good. Still a beginner so I haven’t tried it yet so no review on ease of use.

Marbling Pigment

Wish I had taken a picture but the Marbling Pigment looks GREAT! As others have said There is no wrong way to do it!

Robert Minden (Bothell, WA, US)
Marbling 101

Thank you Mud Hole for all the amazing videos. I used an older salmon rod, to try my first marbling scheme. The pigment mixed well and looked great.

MEL POE (Allen, TX, US)
Blank repair with marbling pigment

After removing the decal that had the wrong date on it the blank was not as perfect as I wanted so I used one coat of the marbling pigment and epoxy to make the blank look like new and after replacing the thread work and decal it looks great. I was very pleased with the color and option for the repair.

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