question for Bruce Rittel

Submitted by Jeff on 2/24/01. ( ) 216.41.227.185

My question is, I recently finished school for taxidermy where I was
taught to salt twice-acidbath-shave-acidbath-neutralize-apply
liqui tan & mount I've just read you say this method isn't correct
that I also should do a tanning bath I want to do the best job
possible Just to be sure' Your saying what I was taught"the liqui-
tan is not enuff I should also use a tanning bath right Thanks for
your response I realy want to start out right .
Jeff

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I'm not bruce

This response submitted by Jeff C on 2/24/01. ( jc2@nycap.rr.com ) 24.29.89.165

I'm not bruce but i can tell you the way your doing it is correct. Bruce was talking about ez100 and luftan, both come in powder form and mix with water and salt giving you your tanning bath. When you use lt or other paint on tans all you need to do is apply to the skin, no need to submerge them in a tanning bath. Bottom line is some products reqiure you to make a bath others dont. Hope i this help you.
Jeff C


Thanks Jeff!

This response submitted by Bruce Rittel on 2/24/01. ( rittel@ici.net ) 207.180.0.8

Jeff is right - a paint-on tan includes a tanning agent. Its usually a mixture of Tanning Agent and Oil. I was only speaking in terms of comparing using Lutan F (N) and EZ-100, versus using no tanning agent at all.


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