Can I modify color

I'm a fan of the Penofin Marine oil finish for cedar shingles on vertical surfaces. I find the color of the oil is a little to red for a current application and wonder if I could add an oil base tint to kill some of the red look , brown is OK. If this is possible, I would appreciate any suggestions from the group.
TIA Ed Angell
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Ed Angell wrote:

sure. got some green tint?
dave
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What does the Penofin web site say? Or their label? Or tech support?
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patriarch < wrote:

who cares? of course he can add a tint!
dave
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"patriarch snipped-for-privacy@nospam.comcastDOTnet>" <<patriarch> wrote in message

new product and all bets are off as to the lasting properties of the coating. Since the material doesn't hold up worth a damn on horizontal surfaces subject to a lot of moisture, maybe a new product is in order.
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A little green should do it. I'd want to know what the pigment was though, and how long-term UV-stable it is.
When I'm using pigments like this, I often find myself using better quality pigments than I really need, just because their makers are used to dealing with artists and are more forthcoming with such information.
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