Ok, people less set this straight one more time. BRAND NAME "DRY TAN" is not a tanning method it is just another dry preservitive, thats all nothing else.
A DRY TAN is a leathered hide you receive back from a tannery or do yourself following the steps to make a REAL LEATHER.
To rehydrate a DRY PRESERVED hide is risky at best.
After several e-mails and phone calls trying to help a Taxidermist with shrinkage, it turns out it was DRY PRESERVED with [a supply company] preservitive only and was never really tanned.
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It's irritating when that happens isn't it?
I went through the same thing a couple weeks ago.