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You can buy Logwood Trap Dye online from Dartmoor Sheepskins in the UK. Logwood chemically converts rust (iron oxide) into a more stable compound (ferric tannate). The tannic acid in the ground logwood bark can convert any surface rust it comes into contact with, but it won’t ‘soak in’.Start your rust conversion by removing any … Read more
The tannic acid in logwood bark reacts with the iron within the rust, and this produces iron tannate – which is much more stable than rust. American trappers use logwood bark in a hot dye bath to chemically convert the rust on their traps. The logwood is loaded with tannin – tannic acid, which reacts … Read more
Some time ago we were contacted by the fantastic soap maker Nicole from Les savons de Nicole she wanted to try Woad to make a blue soap. We have been looking into new and more affordable natural blue dyes and were really exited to try out Logwood and pass some onto Nicole to try Logwood soap making. … Read more