John helping out customers at the PaleoBOND Field Station.
Bill making on site repairs in Tucson
John, Tracie and Bill hanging out with the Meteorite Men in Tucson
Tracie on site at the PaleoBOND "show office" location
PaleoBOND is the adhesive chosen by more professional paleontologists, jewelers, mineral collectors and rock hounds. When quality is important, PaleoBOND is the adhesive of choice.
The quality and value of PaleoBOND is what keeps customers reordering. On an ounce per ounce comparison, PaleoBOND takes less product to preserve a specimen because it is stronger and more durable. You would have to use a considerably larger amount of another product to try to recreate the same results you achieve with PaleoBOND.
Here are our upcoming excursions for 2016.
Fossil and Mineral Repair Adhesives
PaleoBOND was developed when Bill Mason realized that there was something missing in the fossil collecting industry. Too many specimens were being tossed in the dump pile as they broke apart when collecting or preparing. A problem solver, Bill came up with a solution. Create a strong, clear adhesive that would stabilize and preserve fossils and minerals with reliability.
PaleoBOND has been tried and tested for over 30 years by professionals and amateurs including geologists, mineralogists and paleontologists around the globe. It is used and recommended for use on rare and expensive materials or just to preserve your special find. Why use a cheaper, lesser quality product when you can use PaleoBOND and know that your specimen will endure the test of time? Many adhesives on the market today are not refined and will turn yellow and degrade over time. PaleoBOND has a chemistry that will stay strong and clear indefinitely.
In 2012, John and Tracie Bennitt took over the daily operation of PaloeBOND, joining Bill in the effort to preserve the past.