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Alum Powder


Our Customers Thought

Thanks! Very fast response, I plan on using it for pickles and to make natural dyes from plants.
, Ft. Pierce, FL
April 24, 2015
Just received the order. thanks for the nuts.
, Galloway, NJ
April 9, 2015
I actually bought it to tan a sheepskin but in browsing on line, I was surprised to find that your food-grade alum powder was actually much less expensive than other suppliers I looked at. I have never tanned any skin yet so this first one will be a trial for me. If it works out well, I will be doing all the skins from my lambs this year and in the years to come. If it works, I'll likely buy the biggest size bag next time I order!
, Roseburg, OR
April 5, 2015
Thank you...well adjusted people.
, Copley, OH
April 1, 2015
Excellent response time. None better in my experience. Thanks!
, Columbia, MS
March 31, 2015
Jimmy Johns has nothing over Nuts for delivery speed. Thanks for getting my order to me so quickly.
, Connersville, IN
March 25, 2015
Just a little skin tightner after shaving and great for pickles. Delivered one day faster than suggested as always! Keep up the great work!
, Chicago, IL
March 18, 2015
Alum is used to mordant fiber during the dying process to keep from getting in a pickle. :) Couldn't be happier with the product or dealing with your superlative business practices. The wife says thanks for the Turkish figs... This won't be our last order...
, Nampa, ID
March 16, 2015
Best and least expensive source of alum I could find. Shipping got held up due to the weather and UPS. You included a packet of figs, which is really cool. Two coyote wrappers now tanning in the alum/salt mixture. Thanks. Hopefully in future, I will order something more edible and yummy.
, Fort Smith, AR
March 10, 2015


Aluminum sulfate Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.


Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.

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Country of origin: United States