There is something charming about the aged, antique look of brass. This is why, in true Galen Leather fashion, we created our Brass Collection of brass rulers, measuring tapes, paper clips, letter openers and more. We love antiques and we love the handcraft nature of these fine tools.
It's important to take care of your brass tools though, to avoid unsightly oxidizing and aging. The occassional touch up can keep it from clouding and create that coveted shiny finish. In this video, we show you to burnish and polish brass pens and other object using one simple tool - steel wool. That's right, no risky chemicals needed!
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If you own a leather journal, or anything made from leather for that matter, you know how important it is to keep it clean. Unfortunately, sometimes life's little mishaps happen and you end up with an accidental ink stain from your favorite pen. Don't panic. Thankfully it's possible to remove an unsightly ink stain from a leather journal without ruining the leather. Here's the steps to work through in order to remove an ink stain from a leather journal.