Krowtann or McKenzie Tan?

Submitted by Jamie on 02/17/2004. ( )

I'm just trying to gather some peoples perspectives on tanning a badger for lifesize. I'm trying to decide whether to use Krowtann or McKenzie Tan. Since a badger is such a thin skinned animal is there a need to shave the skin? I've used Krowtann on a coyote with good results and I would imagine it would do just as well with a badger. How's McKenzie Tan been working out? Anyone tried it? Thanks, Jamie

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McKenzie TAN

This response submitted by Malcolm on 02/18/2004 at 22:35. ( )

I have just started using McKenzie's new brush on Tan and it works great for me. Just shave your bager of all membrane.

Krowtann all the way

This response submitted by md on 02/19/2004 at 22:00. ( )

Ive been using for 1yr THIS STUFF IS GREAT was using saftee acid and liqua tan you dont have to salt dry capes . used on a antelope last yr that had maggots starting to grow i had no hair slip . i do all my tanning of deer 42 .

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