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Old 02-14-2012, 04:23 PM
jnridlinghafer jnridlinghafer is offline
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Exclamation Resinol 90C For Sale 4 Gallon Carboy - Only One Left

Henkel Loctite Brand Resinol 90C Stabilizing Resin - 30% Off!

I had two 4 Gallon Carboys of Henkel Loctite Resinol 90C for sale at 30% OFF the retail (what we paid) however, one sold within hours of its being listed online, so now I only have one left. First person who asks for it, gets it.

Each comes with the proper amount of catalyst (it is in powdered/crystaline form and comes in a completely separate heavy-duty container), and it has never been mixed. In other words, the catalyst has never been added, not that it matters as it will still have an unlimited shelf life after the catalyst has been added as long as it stays consistently below 85 degrees F. The only real difference is that without the catalyst there is no 85 degree limit that it needs to stay under. The bottom line? Its very stable and lasts a heck of a long time...I've had customers who've been using the same resin for over 2 years. You never throw any out, as it is 100% reusable so when you run it through a batch of wood, you simply filter the particles & dirt out of it with a fine mesh screen and store it back in the container for next time. You never waste a drop, it continues to be recycled until its all used up which can take years if your a hobbyist, 6 months to a year if your a small business, 3 to 6 months if your running a commercial manufacturing facility and doing steady amounts of knife handles or bird calls or violin parts, etc..

This resin impregnates any porous material including metal, antler, horn, wood, bone, mammoth ivory, etc...

Why send your parts out to be stabilized at those exorbitant prices? Doing it yourself with the Resinol is 300% cheaper. In other words if a single knife handle costs you $3 to send out to have done, it would be less than $1 to do it yourself with the Resinol.

Unlimited Shelf Life and the BEST Stabilizing Resin on the Market today!
Retail cost is $328 Plus $85 Shipping which comes to over $400 if you were to purchase this yourself.

We will ship anywhere in the continental US for free or you can pick it up from us if your in the Northern California Area.

Selling EACH 4 Gallon Carboy $287 Includes FREE Shipping within the Continental US!

Will Ship Anywhere in the world, All locations outside continental US would need special shipping priced out, please contact to discuss and get quote. Alaska and Hawaii and all other US locations outside the mainland continent will be an additional shipping charge. Please contact for more info and/or quote.

Wood Stabilizing Resin, Used for Custom Pool Cues, Custom Knife Makers, Wood Carvers & Sculptures, Wood Turners, Custom Fishing Rods & Reels, All Exotic Burl Woods must be stabilized, and this is THE BEST STABILIZING RESIN ON THE MARKET BAR-NONE


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The attached Photo is of the exact carboy and the round container which holds the 5008 catalyst both sitting in my living room.
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