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Knife Sheath Making and Fiebing’s Leather Finish.
Knife Sheath Making Applying The Leather Finish Made by Fiebing’s to the Finished Knife Sheath. This Fiebing’s Acrylic Resolene leather finish helps protect the leather and adds years of life to your handmade leather knife sheath.
Fiebing’s Leather Finish
I am using a leather product made by the Fiebing Company, Inc. and it is called Acrylic Resolene it is designed to protect your leather finish. To learn more about Fiebing’s leather care products check out their website at www.fiebing.com Acrylic Resolene is a flexible durable water-repellent surface coating for handmade leather items such as this leather knife sheath.
Fiebing’s Leather Finish Acrylic Resolene leather finish made by Fiebing’s helps protect the leather on handmade knife sheaths from the elements and weather.
You can apply this leather finish by spraying it or using wool skin applicator’s like I used in this tutorial.
I used the word “Lobb” and meant to say “Glob” which means thick. Lobb (Texas Slang) which is a made up word I used to express not to put to much of the Fiebing’s Acrylic Resolene on the handmade knife sheath it is better to put on two very light and thin coats or you will get undesirable result in the leather finish.
If this is your first time to use this Fiebing’s Leather Finish it will be good if you try the Acrylic Resolene on a scrap piece of leather to get a feel of how this leather finish works.
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