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Dear Sirs,

I would like to bring StopLossBags™ to your attention. They are a specially formulated three-ply bag made for storing and dispensing woodworking finishes.

We've all had the experience of throwing out cans of skinned-over varnish, and we feel we've got a very viable answer to that problem.

These bags have a 1.05qt/1 liter capacity.

After dispensing what you need, squeeze out any bubble before tightening the cap.

Think of them as a woodworker's answer to boxed wine.

We introduced them to woodworkers last year and have had good results.

They are being carried by Lee Valley, Woodworker's Supply, and Woodcraft, amongst others. For information (and videos) you can go to our website,

They have gotten very favorable reviews in American Woodworker, Family Handyman, and most recently in Fine Woodworking, (June, 2015, page 18).

You can also google STOPLOSSBAGS to see what other websites, blogs, and customers say about them.

They work, and they're affordable.

Besides giving better results by helping maintain the solids-too-solvent ratio of fresh varnish, they cut down on waste.

The StopLossBags™ Collapsible Funnel, used to easily fill the bags is cleaned without solvents.

I would like to send samples for your consideration.

If you have an interest, please let me know your preferred shipping address.


Tom Schrunk, Director
Finishing Solutions LLC

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