One of the most frequent questions from our customers is: what's the difference between Dense edge paint and Semi-Dense edge Paint?
With this blog post we want to share with you some tips on how to restore an aged leatheritem.
As a customer-oriented company, we love to chat with leathercrafters. That's why we decided to share with all of our followers the experiences of some of our clients through a video interview.
Most people's main problem is time. Time is never enough. We're always trying to save it, because this means having more time for ourselves, for our projects, or for increasing productivity in our company.
Water-based products are fantastic, but they all have the same limit: the drying time. Drying time is normally longer than solvent-based...
Before talking about the drying time, we should have a clearer view of this specifc process. So, what happens during the drying phase of the leather edge paint? The drying phase simply consists of the period during which the volatile part of the paint (water or solvent) flows out from it, leaving only the so called "dry part"on the leather...
A very common doubt among leather crafters is: where can I put my item with the coloured edge paint while it is drying so that it does not get ruined?
Sometimes, when painting the leather it may happen that the leather edge paint sully the leather surface.
We were present during the last edition of LINEAPELLE fair in Milan and first of all we would to thanks all 260 visitors that comes from more than 24 different countries to visit our booth. We presented there the new product on which we spent the last 12 months in development: MAXCRAFT.
Leather Edge physical preparation is a key phase for the final look of your leather items. The way of prepare leather edge has changed during the last few years due to the paint innovation, that now allow you a quicker and easier process.