Established in 2013, Cameron Pipe Bags provides customers with a high quality product from hand picked sheepskins which are individually crafted and hand stitched.
James Robertson Seasoning is used in all sorts of skin bagpipe bags, and not only guarantees the bag to be tight, but also to generate the perfect ambient conditions for stability and tone.
And now available in 250ml, 500ml and cabin frindly 75ml
How to Use :
Firstly, remove your drones, chanter and cover from your skin bag, and cork the drone and chanter stocks.
If you have a removable tube in your blowpipe stock, it should also be removed.
Heat your James Robertson seasoning following the guidelines on the back of the tub.
Pour around half a tub of seasoning in to your bag, fully cork, and fill the bag with air.
Swill the seasoning around the bag making sure to try and cover as much of the surface area as possible.
Once you think the inside of the bag has a suitable covering of seasoning (it will usually now be tight) you can let the air out, fully cork again, and now start to rub the seasoning in to the skin all over, taking extra care at the stitching and around the neck.
Now hang the bag up, remove the corks and recover any seasoning in a bowl.
We recommend allowing the bag to drain for around 20 minutes.