FleshCrafters

FleshCrafters

47 Sales

FleshCrafters

FleshCrafters

47 Sales On Etsy since 2009

0 out of 5 stars (30)

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Kristopher Gross

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Kristopher Gross

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 5, 2011
My general policy is make the customer happy. I have and will continue to do the best possible work I can for my customers. I absolutely love doing leatherwork of all kinds and I put as much effort every piece I make. As such if there are any problems with your purchase, I will fix or replace it as long as the damage was not malicious mishandling. If you are not happy, I will make you happy.

Accepted payment methods

  • Money Order
  • Check
Returns and exchanges
If there are any problems with the items sold please let me know and I will correct the problem. While I cannot foresee any problems arising from leather and metal, if you have any concerns I will take care of it for you.
Payment
I take all forms of payment, cash if local, check (must clear before shipping), paypal, or money order (must clear before shipping).
I require payment within 5 days of the sale, if sending through snail-mail though, a week is open (please let me know). I try to be reasonable, so if there are any problems just let me know and I'll figure something out for you.
Shipping
I ship via USPS priority. It's fast, relatively inexpensive, and arrives intact. I'll ship via others means if requested, but those will add money to the shipping.

I do my best to ship items within 72 hours.
Additional policies and FAQs
FAQ:
Q:Do you take custom work order?
A: Yes, most of my business is doing special requests, from holsters to purses.

Q:Is the leather waterproof?
A: No, no real leather is completely waterproof. Is does resist water, but don't take a shower with it.

Q: Can the dye bleed?
A: To some extent leather dye can bleed. There are several factors. How oily the original skin was, the particular dye used, etc. While I use several methods to keep this to a minimum, it is nearly impossible to completely eliminate the problem.

Q:Why are your prices so high?
A: I try to keep my prices as low as possible, however after materials cost, time into design, time into creation, there is actually not a huge profit margin. Each piece is put together by hand, no machinery here.

Q: If I'm local, can I see the product before I decide to buy?
A: Absolutely! I love meeting potential customers, and am more than willing to let someone try things on and see how it looks.