Liquatan/Liquasoft Question

Submitted by Coachwhip on 01/15/2003. ( ) 170.76.19.10

Can I expect a "fur dresser quality" tann if I use a pickled/liqua-tan hide that has been treated with liqua-soft? Or will I need to break the hide, if the hide needs to be broke, what is the best method. I'm tanning a coyote and deer hide. I currently use liqua-tan on all my shoulder mount but just wanted to know how it works as a finished product?
thanks,
coachwhip

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breaking

This response submitted by John W. on 01/16/2003. ( ) 12.215.62.65

Coachwhip, you have to still break the hide no matter what tanning agent you use.I personally do my hide's across the edge of a table.These are my own personal cape's because it doe's take some time and work to get it really soft.The most important step would be to make sure you get you're hide's shaved thin enough.


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