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It might surprise people, but teh Booth does have a life outside of teh forum.
I've been very busy at work and also on a bit of a bender.
I just thought I would show off some new glasses that I got recently. They are bespoke made by Wesley Knight made from water buffalo horn. The process took about 9 months from start to finish and started with an in-person meeting to go over details, style ideas, and tons of measurements including a putty mold of my nose-bridge and photographs of my head in different angles and wearing different apparatuses for proportion perspective and such. It seems that Wesley can...
Oh man, so much has been pissing me off lately.
So how are all of you morons doing in here? What have I missed?
Really? I'd rather go to the Moma and the Frick. The Met is only good if you know exactly what you're going to look at.
My first amp was a pignose, asshole!
Ok, but the reason for not using saddle soap remains, it's above the isoelectric point of leather fibers. That was the point, which you ignore.Where's scientific studies that prove saddle soap is beneficial?The pure fact that finished leather is acidic and saddle soap isn't should be enough to not use the stuff.
Ok Chogall, go ahead keep using saddle soap despite enough evidence, science and logic that states that it isn't ok to.
Sources: https://m.reddit.com/r/goodyearwelt/comments/2syks3/an_interview_on_leather_care_with_lexol/ https://www.leatherchemists.org/forum/search.asp?KW=Saddle+soap&SM=1&SI=PT&FM=1&OB=1&Submit=Start+Search https://www.leatherchemists.org/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=68&KW=Saddle+soap https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140903064140-69098650-saddle-soap-and-its-dangers-for-leather-cleaning?redirectFromSplash=true http://info.mannapro.com/equine/Busting-the-Saddle-Soap-Myth ...
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