liqua-tan freeze or let dry before mounting

Submitted by lee on 1/14/02. ( fletcher@elltel.net ) 12.18.158.25

i have a bobcat ready to come out of the pickle, and my parts havent come yet. will i be better off freezing after liqua-tan or drying and then re-hydrating? also how important is the shaving process on bobcats? thanks for any imput.
lee

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Let stand four hours at no more than 80 degrees

This response submitted by John C on 1/14/02. ( ) 208.44.115.38

The way I do cats is to salt, pickle, rub Liqua-tan in and let it set at no more than 80 degrees f, for four hours. Then either mount or freeze if materials have not arrived.


thanks

This response submitted by lee on 1/14/02. ( ) 12.18.158.25

thanks john,
do you shave your cats? seems to me that they are thin enough already, except mabey for the face.
lee



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