News & Tips

Leather Tips:

Removing Water Stains on Leather

Been walking through winter’s ice, snow and slush? Sometimes mother nature catches us  – and our leather – off guard, and the result is a splotchy water stained article. This leather bag had dried water stains from being caught in the rain. Look familiar?


Leather Saver


Leather Saver

Click Here to see how we use Leather Cleaner and Leather Saver to clean and preserve the bag, with this good-as-new result:


Leather Saver

Customer Showcase

Also new to our newsletters is the addition of a customer showcase.  If you have a wood or leather project that you would like to share, please email us pictures of the item along with your contact information.
 

Elm Tree Table by Neil in Detroit:

“In the summer of 2012, a large Elm tree was cut down. I asked the tree crew to cut a slice (about 50″ diameter and 5″ thick) at the very base just because it looked interesting.” 
Read the full story and see more pictures >


Pentacryl


Pentacryl


Pentacryl

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Questions?
Contact us at: 
303.642.3060



Woodturners:


Pentacryl vs Wood Juice

FAQ:

What is the difference between Wood Juice and Pentacryl and how do I know which one to use?

Both products are wood stabilizers. However, they are each formulated differently. Pentacryl was developed to treat green or freshly cut wood. The wetter the wood, the better Pentacryl will work.

Wood Juice is formulated to treat dryer wood with a lower moisture content. It is developed to compensate for the difference in the moisture content of the wood.



Customer Story
of the Month:

“Treating green wood with “Pentacryl Wood Stabilizer” to prevent cracking.
It really works!”

Pentacryl

Drum Orders

 
Many of our products are available in 32 ounce, 1 gallon, and 5 gallon size on our website. 

For 30 gallon and 55 gallon drum orders, please contact us (303) 642-3060 so we can arrange for shipping.

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By | 2017-04-25T02:59:23-06:00 February 7th, 2015|Blog, Newsletter Archive|Comments Off on News & Tips