Guys, My daphne blue is way too light for my tastes. Like powder blue vs. a little greenish yellow. Amber tints seem to make these seafoam green which I don't want. I am going to relic this also. See my photo that shows the light blue and the darker blue I actually want. I played in photoshop to see what transparent color tones did, and by adding a seafoam green layer that's semi-transparent transformed this light blue to what I want. Of course paint and photoshop are not the same but...I do believe if I had some rub-on color tint gel in seafoam green, I would have more luck keeping this more blue while making it darker and aged looking. I don't own sprayers, so if you were in my shoes what would you try? I need DIY type creative suggestions, like shoepolish or wood stain gel or whatever I can wipe on and wipe off and leave a tint without streaks or dark spots on any imperfection in the wood surface. I thought of misting it with a mossy seafoam green super super light and maybe it'd have a similar effect, but likely not if it has no transparency. Thanks!