1 ChesterTheThird 1 month ago I have a piece of maple to make a top of a guitar - let's say it'll be a Bo Diddley retangular shape.I want it to be stained in orange, so I ordered a bottle of Colortone Liquid Stain. There's 2 FL. OZ. in the bottle and reducing ratio is 2 oz dye per 2 qts solvent.Maybe I can figure out what is oz and what is qt, and what would be the actual ratio in SI units, but does someone here know, how many guitars I could stain with that one 2 oz bottle of dye.Am I correct that a quart is around 1000 ml (1 litre) and fluid ounce is 3 cl (a little shot of whiskey). So if the ratio is 2 oz to 2 quarts I would get about 2 litres of dye? Seems like an awful lot.