Reddit Reddit reviews Fiebing's Acrylic Resolene, 4 Oz. - Protects Leather Finish

We found 10 Reddit comments about Fiebing's Acrylic Resolene, 4 Oz. - Protects Leather Finish. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Fiebing's Acrylic Resolene, 4 Oz. - Protects Leather Finish
A flexible, durable and water resistant acrylic top finish for dyed, antiqued or polished leathersProvides a soft, mellow shine while protecting your project for years to comeIs water-resistant and will not peel, crack or rub-off when fully dry while remaining flexibleWater-based formula cleans up easily with soap and waterApply in light coat layers to avoid tacky build-up
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10 Reddit comments about Fiebing's Acrylic Resolene, 4 Oz. - Protects Leather Finish:

u/jamie_bricks · 11 pointsr/Strongman

So I got my belt signed by Big Z this weekend at a seminar after Maryland's Strongest Man

Signed belt here

I can now log press 200kg thanks all to the good mojo now in this

But in all seriousness, I had this EliteFTS belt signed this weekend on the outside on the back. It is a smooth leather finish on the outside, so I am a bit concerned about making sure the signature stays there for as long as possible without fading or smudging.

I had him use a Sharpie permanent marker so realistically it should be good. However, ideally I'd like to continue to use this belt, as it is my only belt for overhead/front carry events I have (I have an Inzer ratchet belt as well but the ratchet gets in the way on log/keg/front carries).

Is it stupid of me to think it is possible for me to continue using this belt without ruining the signature? I looked up a few things via google and saw that some people used this with leather to maintain signatures. Anyone have any experience with that?

Any tips/suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks guys!

u/cutedoggoID · 3 pointsr/RepLadies

I used this here on my rep PSM from TS Apple and also on my auth key pouch, oh and my rep PM from OC, and it makes it look soooo much better. I highly recommend using it.

u/handbaglover559 · 2 pointsr/RepLadies

Resolene helps with sheen and a bit with how it feels, there is a "how to" post, you'll have to search for it

Fiebings-Acrylic Resolene Dye Top Finish 4oz-Neutral,Protects Leather Finish

u/karaokeprincess · 2 pointsr/RepLadies

Thanks for letting me know about your review! I think it looks so good! 😍 I’m sorry about what happened with the zipper, but at least you got it fixed and Oli is willing to send you replacement parts 😊 I have not ordered from Oli before but this is really making me consider it!

I wanted a PSM so bad that I snatched one up in mono on the BST page that was originally from Fubar888. I did a DIY to the straps and front leather tab and it turned out pretty good! This is what it looks like now. Maybe I’ll have to get the reverse one now too 😂

edit: as for the sheen on LV pieces I saw on this sub that a woman recommended Fiebing Resoline. I just searched “Fiebing Resoline” on amazon and that one popped up. I haven’t tried it myself but I ordered it and it should get to be on Saturday. Apparently the sheen from this lasts longer than Lexol.

u/reallyrita · 2 pointsr/RepLadies

This stuff. I put some on my LV pieces and they look amazing! It doesn't come off easy and application is fast. Just dilute it with some water and dab it on with a sponge.

u/FF0000it · 1 pointr/iPhoneXsMax

I suggest a coat of Resolene:

Google 'Resolene' on youtube for tips on how to apply.

u/evivelo · 1 pointr/Leathercraft

If I am having issues with color bleeding or transfer, I will apply some Resolene to the products.

I will dilute it 1:1 with water and apply with a blue shop towel. Apply a coat, let it dry for about and hour and reapply a second coat.

u/chrislsh · 1 pointr/DesignerReps

Alright here is what I found. Resolene. It seals the leather and keep the dye from transferring. I have no idea where you from. But I can get it cheap on Amazon here.

Fiebing's Acrylic Resolene, 4 Oz. - Protects Leather Finish
I will get it and try to apply it at the bottom of the backpack and let’s see how it goes. I’ll keep you posted!