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DeepDetail Testimonial


#1

Hello All -

I just finished a hand carved wax of three ladies heads (very tiny
heads), and I used a new carving wax called DeepDetail.
(www.deepdetail.com) I have been carving wax for over 35 years, and I
was so impressed with this wax, I had to tell everyone. I got a
sample about a year ago, and when this project came up, the inventor,
Margie Mersky, suggested I try it. It is sooooo smooth. Like butter.
And easy to repair as well. It is by far the best, easiest to work
with, carving wax I have ever used. And yes, I have used a lot of
different waxes. If you have a sample, try it. If you don’t have any,
get some. I know you will like it. No affiliation. Just very
impressed. And it takes a lot to impress me.

Thanks for your time.

Kindest regards,
Stuart J. Adelman, Designer
www.ArtelleDesigns.com


#2

I looked at the web site. I wish it came in the 4.5, 6 and 8 mm
slabs. I’d even like a 3mm slab. The ones they have are just too
thick to make it worthwhile to put them on my mill. I do flatter
pieces.

Heads up Deep Detail - please ???

Justine


#3
I wish it came in the 4.5, 6 and 8 mm slabs. I'd even like a 3mm
slab. 

Right now with my “budget” we are not yet producing these sizes.
It’s possible that my mfr. will do so in the near future. In the mean
time I simply use a band saw and mill pieces to my desired thickness.

Margie


#4

My long overdue opinion of Deep Detail Carving Wax. Created and sold
by Margie Mersky. I have been carving wax and making Jewelry for 36
years. When ever I find a material or tool that will make my job
easier or improve the results of my labor, I stick with it. I have
found this to be true with Deep Detail Wax. After finishing a one off
Mammoth Ivory carving, I tried Margie’s Deep Detail wax for an
intricate cap to the piece. What a difference quality materials
make. No affiliation.

Tip to Justine - When I need a wax piece a little smaller… Try a
band saw, or if you don’t have access to one. A Japanese Dozuki hand
saw will cut like butter as thin as you like.

Jerry…A Cold Day in the Motor City