Leather Carving - Storing Your In-Process Project

When you have to stop carving or tooling on a leather project you are working on, put your project in a zip lock or other seal-able plastic bag and put it in your refrigerator.

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This lessens the danger of the leather mildewing as well as keeping the leather moist so it won't completely dry out. Leather drying out and then being re-wet causes the leather to be tougher to carve.

By Standing Bear's Trading Post from Reseda, CA.

http://www.sbearstradingpost.com

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