brush on tan

Submitted by Sherrie on 02/22/2004 at 19:40. ( ) 152.163.253.35

I am using a brush on tan from Van Dykes syn-tan,after i put it on and leave it sit over night can i wash it in dawn before i mount it,to get the greaseness out of the fur its a deer shoulder mount.

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Hum

This response submitted by John C on 02/22/2004 at 19:49. ( ) 66.233.157.155

6. Please do not post the same message to multiple categories! Rest assured that people monitoring the forums will see your message, regardless of the category it is in.

Right from the rules


Thanks John C

This response submitted by Dan P on 02/22/2004 at 22:49. ( ) 152.163.252.194

John you have helped me alot about this taxidermy stuff,and I respect you for all the help you give everyone! You know your stuff , but for those of us that dont ,thats why we are here. My wife was the one asking the ?, while I was at work . She seen the response given to her and you dont have to worry about me getting any help from her while im at work anymore. Thanks Dan P


Just rinse it with water

This response submitted by Malcolm on 02/22/2004 at 23:32. ( ) 67.75.59.33

TRY McKenzie brush on tan the instructions are all on the
container and it works great.
BUT if you feel you havent cleaned it enough do all your
steps over again.


Leave people alone

This response submitted by Dwayne C on 02/23/2004 at 10:25. ( ) 152.163.252.194

Why does everyone feel that they have to control other people. No one has the right to tell someone not to post something. If people want to come on here and post the same message in multiple categories, one million times, than thats their business. How is it affecting your life? You know what, Just don't read it! You know what I used to say to my almost deaf father. After years of repeating myself to him, I would get frustrated, so I told him..."Dad, from now on, I'm not going to repeat myself anymore, I'm just going to say it the second time" .


duhwhine, it was posted twice, using two different titles.

This response submitted by John C on 02/23/2004 at 21:46. ( ) 66.233.157.155

Just reinforcing the rules abit. we all seem to get away from them a bit.


A good begginer tan...

This response submitted by Tony on 02/24/2004 at 21:02. ( ) 208.159.223.98

Is Curatan from Van Dykes. great for deer heads and very good for wall hangers and such! also, Use safty acid, easy to measure and mix!
Tony


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