We would like to share a great event with you. Thanks to our distributor Andy Lin, Maxmatt Dense Edge Paint had the opportunity to be part of a special experience that took place in Singapore on January, 13th, and that engaged the artisan’s organization Personalised Love.
One thing that still has a shroud of mystery among our custormers is the difference between the Basecoat Dense and the Basecoat Semi-Dense.
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?
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.
One of our firsts customer living in Romania, Dimitru, loves our paints and the finish he gets on his leather edge, but he is always complaining about how difficult is to work in his country because of the variable temperature between winter season and summer season.
Low temperatures are a terrible enemy for leather edge paint, especially for water-based paints. When outdoor temperatures fall below 0 ° C, the water molecules begin the crystallization process, to change the physical status from liquid to solid.
Before choosing the hand applicator to paint your leather edge between of the many available on the market, it is useful to ask yourself a few questions that can help to better achieve your goal in the finishing process:1) Which type of products are you going to paint?
Leather edge dyeing can be processed throguh two main way: the hand application or the machine application.
The viscosity is a physical quantity that indicates the resistance of a fluid to flow. In other words it is a value that indicates how much a liquid tends to drag with all of its elements that compose it rolls along a surface. To do some practical example, the water is a non-viscous liquid, while the oil is a liquid with a higher viscosity.