i have been reading alot about this product,i finally gave in,got some coming,recieved a cape that i normally would not accept,explained to the customer that he will need to replace this cape,but i wanted to go through the process,to see what happened,there is a written agreement for this
how much will this bottle cover . is it for 1 deer, 10 deer
i believe it is 32 oz does not seem very much
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Its the best i've found.Fesh it, put on with a paint brush put it in the pickle thats all it takes.Good luck
I just giot my first bottle a couple of days ago and it said 3-4 ounces should be about right for most deer capes.. depeneding on actual size and application ofcourse.
Take care.. Sam
I replaced the lid with one that sprays, I soak the flesh side, roll it up, freeze and then flesh when I have time. Always have a bottle right on my work bench.
glen's gonna be a millionaire pretty soon!
somebody better watch Glen close
you just might here him wispering
i still believe in fairies
i still cant believe after watching it for myself
that it saved a cape that was in a freezer for many days without power from the kartina thing
What is the scent of this product? I have a cape that is a little funky. It is far from ruined though. George calls them mayonaise capes. hahaha shoo. I am leary of this one and would use the stop rot maybe. Will it stop my nose from twitching as well as hold the hair? Seriously. Thanks
Just wondering about the spraying.. my new bottles instructions state in bold letters" DO NOT APPLY FROM A SPRAY BOTTLE" it syas it must be brushed on to work correctly. I have not used it yet myself but just wanted to mention it. I dont know what the directions used to say.
Take care.. Sam
Perhpas Glenn can clarify? But I just soak the flesh side and then roll her up and freeze... no problems yet.
Here's a post in the archives. Notice, I didn't say a thing.
Make sure you saturate the area, and not just mist to be skimpy.