Peeling is one of the most worrisome and even more unpleasant problems that can happen after you finished a leather edge, but actually what is peeling? Why it happens? How can it be solved?
The Leather world is so wide and it has many facets. Today we want to share with you 10 things you many not know about the leather industry.
What happen to the paints during summer? Temperature is one of the biggest threats to paints in general, and in particular for water-based paints. Especially when using very dense paints with a high viscosity it is easy to notice changes in their...
We have already discussed the drying time of the leather edge paint, and how it is possible to reduce the drying time using professional ovens, last year. However, we have decided to give more tips to whom has not the possibility to use an oven.
We are always looking to create some detail that can make your leather items unique. In this first quarter we release two new fashion finishes: a review of the Metal Finish and the new Iridescent Finish.
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...
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...
Today, with this blog post we decided to answer all of your questions about the shelf-life of our paints and clarify, once for all your doubts.
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?