diffrence between wet tan and dry tan

Submitted by tylertipton on 04/11/2004 at 13:52. ( tylertipton@hotmail.com ) 67.40.111.8

I was wondering what the diffrence is between wet tan and dry tan chemically and the results when finished and which is better for what situations I am just getting started and I use lutan f and liqua tan for small game just wondering to see if I can speed my time up using something diffrent and maybe more cost effective thanks for any input ty

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This response submitted by George on 04/11/2004 at 15:20. ( georoof@aol.com ) 152.163.252.133

Type in "Wet tan, dry tan, dry preservative". It's all in there.


tyler

This response submitted by lee on 04/11/2004 at 20:12. ( ) 66.119.33.135

the only diff between a wet tan and a dry tan is if you let it dry or not. if you want a dry tan, let it dry, if you want a wet tan freeze or mount right away.
lee


Not quite lee,

This response submitted by George on 04/11/2004 at 21:32. ( ) 205.188.116.76

Close but no cigar. Maybe you'd better check that file as well.


Oil

This response submitted by Leslie on 04/12/2004 at 18:23. ( ) 208.180.126.206

There are other differences also like the oils used. Use the search.
Les


Commercial Tanneries.....

This response submitted by Lonestar on 04/14/2004 at 17:46. ( ) 152.1.151.27

Will oil, then dry, then rehydrate in the wet drum with a chemical formulation, recomb or dress, and then depending on the use of anti-fungals in the process, will either freeze for shipment or simply package for shipment.


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