To Bruce

Submitted by Dan on 08/23/2002. ( ) 206.27.36.202


Bruce ,you had answered my last post. I have not used the paint on tan, but use your method for the powered tan you make. With the quick&easy do you do the follow up oiling or not? Also should I go longer with the final tan on flat skins, whereI need more softness and stretch of the piece really does not matter.

Dan

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Treat them all the same!

This response submitted by Bruce Rittel on 08/29/2002. ( rittel@mindspring.com ) 165.247.4.233

I apologize for the delay in answering your question Dan! It's been busy.

As for using KWIK-N-EZE. For mounting purposes it can simply be painted onto the flesh side, sweated in, and mounted. However, if you are using it to make flats - then I recommend after sweating, to give it another coat of either our PP-301 or SO-320 Oils. Then sweat it again, and hang to dry before working it soft.

As for using EZ-100 - treat all your skins and capes the same. For a full tan leave them in there for 16-20 hours, then remove, rinse, drain and oil. That goes for mounting pieces as well as flat pieces too!


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