Salted Cape

Submitted by 59 on 2/21/01. ( )

I have just gotten a cape in that has been split, fleshed and salted.......if i were to ude dry preservative in the mounting process, what steps should i take to remove the salt or rehydrate the cape?

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This response submitted by Frank Kotula on 2/22/01. ( )

The archives on how to do it and just maybe you will learn to tan.


This response submitted by Jamie on 2/22/01. ( )

tired of replies " Read the Archives" If you can take the time to reply this. Please just answer the question. If you have the knowledge too.

To tired

This response submitted by Frank Kotula on 2/23/01. ( )

So many of use are just that tired of writing the same response every time. The archives and search are to used for those question that are asked at least 4 times a month. This is why we say use it. Learn on how to find this and you can also answer these questions instead of saying Read the archives give us the advice then and I can just sit back and do the lesser questions that have to be answered.

For you see I have no knowledge I'm just as dumb as the next guy on this forum LOL But I do know where the archives are LOL. Some are just as dumb as me Hem I wonder? Oh back to the ones I can answer I guess. Have a good day.


This response submitted by / on 2/23/01. ( / )

hey buddy order some anti bacterial pills or liquid add that to a # of salt per gallon of cool water then i would personnally add 4 oz. of pickling crystals per gallon with a ph of 1.5 pickle it then go on your merry way with a liqui tan <<<tan it dont just preserve it till it get s moist there will be little or no cracking 5 years or longer down the road <good luck.!>

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