Pentacryl for Drying Wood – Moore Woodturning November 2011

By |2017-04-25T02:59:29-06:00November 13th, 2011|Blog, Press & Reviews, Wood Treatment, Wood Treatment Product Review|

Moore Woodturning November 2011 By Fred Holder Drying wood without cracks or checks and with minimum distortion is a problem near and dear to nearly all woodturners. Why just woodturners? Mostly, because we are more likely to use woods taken directly from the tree than other woodworkers. Many turners rough turn their bowls, etc. when the tree is first cut and [...]

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Wood Stabilizer Solution to Keep Wood in Peak Aesthetic & Structural Condition

By |2017-04-25T02:59:29-06:00September 13th, 2011|Blog, Press & Reviews, Wood Treatment, Wood Treatment Product Review|

Those that work with wood products, whether it's in a museum as part of a group restoring old artifacts or within the woodworking industry producing products for the home or commercial market, will know, that these products can degrade and lose both their aesthetic and structural quality. That's why it's important for those working with [...]

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Leather Saver Wood Treatment

By |2017-04-25T02:59:29-06:00March 13th, 2011|Blog, Leather Care, Wood Treatment|

Preservation Solutions – Your Leather and Wood Treatment Specialists For those who enjoy woodworking it is tremendously important that the products created remain in optimal condition for years to come. However, as the wood dries, it can begin to warp and crack, losing its resounding quality as it battles against degradation due to the elements. [...]

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Case Study: Pentacryl Reduces Turned Bowl Losses to Less than 1%

By |2017-04-25T02:59:30-06:00November 13th, 2001|Blog, Press & Reviews, Wood Treatment, Wood Treatment Product Review|

Prior to November of 2001, a premier bowl turner from Canada had a loss rate as high as 25% when turning burls and water recovered hardwood into bowls. Don Thur of Knots & Burls to Bowls had experimented with a number of methods from Anchorseal, paint, and WD-40 to keep his green wood from cracking, [...]

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