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New Rewards Program!

Recently we have integrated a new Rewards Program into our website that will automatically give you points from your orders and other various things such as liking us on Facebook. These points can be exchanged for discounts ranging from $5 to $50 off your order! 

Below I'm going to use pictures to show you where to find the Rewards Program and how it's used.

1. Outlined in blue are the 2 buttons that will take you to the Rewards Program page. The buttons are located at the top in the main menu and also at the bottom right of the website.


2. This is what the Rewards Program will look like if you don't have an account, or are not logged into the account. At this point you need to login or create an account.


3. Creating an account is easy and only takes a minute! All you need to do is fill out this short form then verify your email address by clicking the link that will be sent to the email address that you provided.

4. Once your account is created you are good to go, and ready to start earning points! Below in this image shows all the different ways for you to earn points.

As you can see you're already at 75 points just from creating your account! 

- For every $1 spent you will receive 1 point 

- Like us on Facebook for 25 points

- Share us on Facebook for 25 points

- Input the date of your Birthday and you will get 50 points on that day!

- Refer a friend for 300 points! Click the refer a friend button and copy + paste the link provided and share if with your friends. Once your friend makes a purchase you will receive your points. This link will also automatically give your friend a 10% discount on their purchase.

5. The other tab of the Rewards Program page will show you what the rewards are. As you can see $5 off your order is only 100 points. Just from making an account and liking or sharing us on Facebook you can get $5 off your first order!

6. Now once you have enough points for one of the rewards you click "Redeem". Then it will give you a coupon code that you can copy and paste into the discount box, which is located at the top right of the checkout page.


Enhanced Search Bar

The old search bar wasn't helping much so we looked into it and found a way to make it more useful. It will now autocomplete and gives a drop down of relevant products and categories that are related to what you're typing before you hit enter. We hope this helps you guys save time and find what you're looking for. I encourage you to try it out when you get a chance! 

Here's 2 examples of what it now looks like:


Tenax Epoxies & Cleaners now available

Tenax Epoxies & Cleaners now available

We are now a distributor of Tenax high quality products. Tenax epoxies are considered some of the strongest in the world, as well as excellent stone care supplies. Check them out below!

Magnolia Brush!


The newest addition to Atlas Preservation's collection of products is Magnolia Brush - A wide variety of quality brushes made in America.

Magnolia Brush History:

George Zehetner founded Magnolia Brush in 1907 in Houston, Texas. He operated the brush factory in Houston until 1918 as Houston Brush Company.

In 1918 the factory was moved to Dallas, Texas and became known as Magnolia Brush Manufacturing Co. Mr. Zehetner merged with Thorburn Broom Co. in Dallas for a while and the company produced corn brooms, shoeshine brushes, GI scrub brushes and horse brushes for the U.S. Army under a government contract. The partners later separated and Mr. Zehetner continued to operate the factory as Magnolia Brush Company out of a building behind his residence on Richardson Avenue.

Good fortune and growth enabled the business to move to a larger two-story brick building on North Walton Street in downtown Dallas. In 1947 George Zehetner sold the business to Carl W. Zehetner and Albert Schultz, and at that time the company was incorporated under Texas law as Magnolia Brush Manufacturers, Inc.

In 1953 another move was made, and through the efforts of the Clarksville Industrial Foundation, Magnolia Brush Manufacturers, Inc. became Clarksville's first corporate industry.

Carl Zehetner retired in 1995 and sold the business to Kenneth W. Backus. Mr. Backus began working for Magnolia Brush in 1966 and continues to oversee the operation of the business today. In 2003, the company restructured and was converted to a limited partnership, now operating under the name Magnolia Brush Manufacturers, Ltd.

In its present location, the company occupies more than 100,000 square feet of floor space manufacturing over 500 different items by 85 full time employees. Sales continue to grow and distribution is made in all 50 states of the U.S.A. and in some foreign countries.

Since its beginning, Magnolia Brush has been successful in achieving the goal of continued growth and profitability. The company's commitment to employee safety, product quality, competitive pricing and superior customer service has allowed such success. We will continue to uphold our reputation as a leader in the industry by honoring this commitment.


Chavant Modeling Clays now available!

Chavant Modeling Clays now available!

Since 1892, the finest name in modeling clay!

Celebrating 125 years of providing the best quality and selection of modeling clays worldwide.
Serving sculptors in Transportation Design, Fine Arts, Special Effects and many other industries.

Click this link to view all the Chavant Modeling Clays:

Atlas Preservation Exhibited Greenbuild 2017 in Boston, MA

Atlas Preservation Exhibited Greenbuild 2017 in Boston, MA

Atlas supplies eco-friendly products for the construction and restoration of buildings. Including Pratley Minerals, Otterbein Cements, D/2 Biological Solution & Sarco Putty.

Pratliperl is a cement add-mix fireproof/thermal insulator. Can withstand temperatures up to 2282º F. 

  • Thermally insulating & fireproofing wall plaster
  • Ultra lightweight concrete & blocks
  • Underfloor & roof deck insulation
  • Lightweight screeds on iron & concrete

 Gunge Spunge is an eco-friendly, super absorbent, natural powder that cleans up liquids.

  • Highly porous crystalline structure.
  • Clean-up oil & liquid hydrocarbons at gas stations, refineries, airports & accidents
  • Oil spills on water

 Otterbein Natural Hydraulic Limes, Cements, Paints, & Plasters - Historic building restoration & ecological construction.

 D/2 Biological Solution is a biodegradable ph neutral liquid. Removes mold, mildew, lichen and air pollutants. Contains no acids, salts, or chlorine.

 Sarco Putty is a traditional calcium carbonate/oil based window glazing.

Fresh Container of Otterbein Arrives from Germany!

Containing NHL 2.0, 3.5, 5.0 and a new product for us "Prompt Natural Cement".

Please inquire for quantity discounts and pallet pricing!

Youtube Video - Save Our Tombstones

Here's a video of Jon talking about D/2 & Atlas Preservation at the National FGS Pittsburgh Genealogy Conference. 

 ARodesky Genealogy - Youtube Channel

All Otterbein, Trowels, & Tuck Pointers 10% off until end of June!

Enjoy the discount while it's here!

Otterbein -

Trowels -

Tuck Pointers -

Memorial Day Special - D/2 Sale

In honor of Memorial day, all D/2 will be 10% off until the end of May.
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