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Old 01-17-2009, 01:50 AM
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Default Lockwood, anyone?

We ran into a guy from w.d.lockwood in NY a few weeks ago. This outfit makes aniline dyes. Been doing it since the 1800's.
I've been a transtint fan for a long, long time, but I was more than a little intrigued by just the sheer volume of selection.
I'm wondering if anyone else has used them and what you think.
I got a few samples and have had the chance to play with 3 of them and am really happy so far. Enough I think I'd love to carry them if they'd sell.

(I told Tim a couple of weeks ago I've discovered that just because its a great product and I love it does not mean people will come in droves to buy it. I think he got out of the hospital the next day. I'm learning.)

Anyway, if you've tried any of it, I'd dig hearing some perceptions.
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