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I had been using resolene and tan kote for finishes on my leather.  I do Western carving on my sheaths and use the resolene as a resist and tan kote as a top coat.  I resently used fieblings pro resist before antique.  It is amazing stuff,  works as advertised bringing out hues In the leather.  I followed with tan kote then another layer of pro resist as a top coat since tan coat doesn’t seem gray with water.  It is a excellent product and highly recommend it for anyone looking to experiment with their finishing.  The sheath in the picture has stain applied for color but you can still get an idea of how it helps bring out shades of color much better than resolene in my opinion.  


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