I'm not a paid shill. I'm a raving fan.
I got into stabilizing wood because, while ordinary wood grain is beautiful, the markings and colors you see in spalted wood, along with the ease of adding colors when you stabilize it, and the STABILITY of the wood, and the increased number of species I can work with (because highly punky wood, after stabilizing, has much the same properties, regardless of species) make it preferable for my kind of cue building.
When learning the craft, I found many on Youtube willing to tell me how to do it and sell me their stuff. I tried several, TurnTex included. I don't want to denigrate anyone else, but I will say that my TurnTex experience has been exceptional while others have not. I've used four stabilizers, Cactus Juice, BVV, Polycrl, and Turner's Choice. Each has a different sweet spot, but none give me a final product as rock solid as Cactus Juice, and the only place I'm willing to buy it anymore is TurnTex.
TurnTex has the best prices I've found.
TurnTex ships like lightning.
TurnTex communicates during the order so you know what's going on.
TurnTex has videos out the wazooo, to help folks understand what they are doing so they can quickly master the art and get on with creating their vision.
Last, the more experience I have with TurnTex, the more I love them and what they represent.
It's rare in today's business world to run into good people who care more about you than making a buck. I'm grateful for TurnTex, and the depth and breadth of my experience with them makes me certain that you will have an exceptional experience with them too.