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I really like those 3 videos Christopher Schwartz came to do at the workshop a while ago. They are pretty good in my opinion let me know what you think! Hide (& Animal Protein) Glues: Background, Selection and How to Prepare Hammer Veneering: How To Apply Decorative Veneers Using Only Hand Tools If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask, we may do complementary video even if time is scarce.
Yesterday we started a new series on hide glue, liquid hide and here Old Brown Glue in particular.We will try to post a new video a week in the question and answer format. Let me know if you have any questions that we can answer, and let me know what you think so I can improve the format or the filming. Let me know if you have any questions! Cheers
Answering the question – veneering with Old Brown Glue Let me know if you have any questions
Many peoples ask us how easy it is to clean up Old Brown Glue. One of the things I really love about hot hide glue and liquid hide glue, is it cleans up easily AND without damaging the finish Here is a video on repairing antiques and conserving the finish It does also work on more fragile finishes. On the post regarding our treasure box i explain that often in french furniture, with french polish finish, the pieces are finished before glueing, there fore all the corners and...
Answering the question, vacuum bag veneering with Old Brown Glue, The liquid hide glue If you have any questions, let us know.
Here is the new installment on our videos on Hide Glue. Many have asked us how they could save there Hot Hide Glue when they are not using it. Not like Old Brown Glue, Hot Hide Glue will rot in days if not cooked or frozen. It is not advised to freeze the all glue pot, so we usually dry the glue if we have to much In this case, we had taught classes for 2 weeks at the American School of French Marquetry and had 2 glue pots on the hot plates. The class finished, we were back at the works...