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The Key to improve your Leathercraft : CONNECT WITH OTHERS

We are really passionate about leatherworking as all our customers and we also love to discuss the in’s and out’s of the craft. One thing is certain: As you learn more, you realize how little you knew and how much more you can learn and improve. 

3+1 Features a Leather Dye Must Have

Leather dye must have three features to be functional:

  1. Penetrate inside the leather;
  2. Impregnate the leather fibers with the coloring substance;
  3. Keep the molecular structure of the leather unchanged.

Finally, leather dye can also have the...

The History of Natural Leather

What makes natural leather so special?

Leather is a material able to arouse strong emotions in many people, such as, warmth, security, protection, ecc.

Spring Colors: From Vogue Magazine to Giardini Edge paint

Spring season has arrived even here at Giardini! We were looking for some inspiration online and we found a great article fromVogue Magazine about the trend colors for Spring Summer 2018.

New Label for the Colorless edge paint (Basecoat)

Today we want to officially announce the change of the Colorless edge paint label in Basecoat. 

Lineapelle 2018:  Great Success for Giardini!

Last month we participated in the latest Lineapelle edition in Milan, which has been confirmed as the world's leading trade fair for the global fashion & luxury industry.

Event in Singapore: Personalised Love and Dense Edge Paint 

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...

Basecoat Dense or Semi-Dense: what's the difference?

One thing that still has a shroud of mystery among our custormers is the difference between the Basecoat Dense and the Basecoat Semi-Dense. 

Expiry Date: How long is the shelf-life for Leather edge paint?

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.

WHERE CAN I DROP OFF THE WET LEATHER EDGE AFTER DYEID WITHOUT RUINING IT?

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?