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Alum Powder


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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

Ingredients

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

Storage

Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.

ID: 7386

Country of origin: United States