PappysLeather

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About PappysLeather

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  • Location
    Missouri
  • Interests
    Leather working, old trucks, shooting

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Holsters
  • Interested in learning about
    Better dying
  1. I was going to try to do it by hand but could not get the needle to go through and broke one needle I am giving up
  2. My daughter-in-law asked me to sew her buckle strap back on one of her boots. What kind of needles do I use and what kind of thread?
  3. I was looking at my air brushes and the ones I am trying it use for the resolene sealer are single stages. The badger will not even spray water. The pneumatic sprays water but will not spray the resolene. I just doubled checked and I am using satin sheen in the air brush. The pneumatic will start to spray it then it stops picking it up. Does it need to be filtered also? I am using a bottle on the bottom not the cup.
  4. Not to sound dumb, but where do you put the panty hose
  5. Thank you for the replies. The little bleeder hole is clear. I thin the resolene, but how do you filter it? I will have to check the needles to see if they are moving. Will reply again once I check these things out.
  6. I have a compressor I bought from Harbor Freight and two pneumatic air brushes. I also have an old badger air brush. I bought a air hose from Hobby Lobby. None of the air brushes will spray. Air comes out but it does not pick up any of the fluids from the jar. The hose leaks a little where it connects to the air brush. Would this cause this issue? I have tried cleaning all of the air brushes and tried adjusting the pressure. So far the only thing I have tried to spray is resoline.
  7. Does anyone know a good place to get a 30x60 inch poly cutting board? I want to build me a tall table to put the cutting board on do I can do larger projects and also have a good place to cut small ones. Right now all I have is the square white board from Tandy's and it makes it hard to cut large projects like a rifle scabbard. It has always been warped to it is difficult to use to punch holes.