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Up till now I've used water or Eco-Flo burnishing gum on leather. Then while looking for better products I came across Seiwa leathercraft tokonole burnishing gum. It's from Japan and looks more like white glue than a clear gel. It's much easier to apply and provides very quick results. 1 application is enough and it leaves a very even coat and color after burnishing. It's especially fast when you are trying to burnish a large area. I've noticed in Asia that this is the preferred product used by most leather professionals. Has anyone else in this forum tried this product before? I'd be curious of what you think? Anyways, if you are looking for a better solution for burnishing, give this one a try. I'm sold!
riterustic posted a topic in Dyes, Antiques, Stains, Glues, Waxes, Finishes and Conditioners.Anyone here ever add dye to gum trag for a colored glossy finish? I'm willing to try it and report my results, but thought I would check here first so I'd know what to expect.