To the young gentleman who called me today and then hung up on me. I apologize for laughing at your question. Linda and I really do try to answer questions and help out when people call us and I wasn't trying to be rude by laughing. If we don't know the answer we will try to lead you in the right direction. I really thought you were one of our regular customers just "yanking my chain"
The answer to your question is...."No, I don't believe at this time Dry Preservitive is a recommended tanning method in an Auto Tanner"
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I can understand beginners struggling with all the questions
and all the stuff the taxidermy Industry has today..It can
be over whelming maybe?D.P use only when you are ready to mount immediately otherwise It's goint to set up on you and cause
you more headaches
With so many things in this world that people would NEVER attempt to do without explicit instructions, why does this industry have such an overabundance of @#$% (you fill in the blanks). It would seem that the very title of DRY preservative would be a key indicator, doesn't it. Don't feel bad or apologize, he'd have hung up on me too. LOL
Sorry I didn't know...................ROFLMAO............Hey Sugar Pig...................
Common sense has went down, way down. It happens in other fields too.
Hum, Ammonia and Bleach work fine for tanning.