Submitted by John on 5/22/05 at 11:55 PM. ( )

The breaker popped on the frezzer. Everthing thawed out but remained cool to the touch. Do I junk these raw capes and buy new or take a chance? I was going to try the McKenzie tan on these, should I? is there another additive that may help from slipping?

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Keep 'em

This response submitted by . on 5/23/05 at 12:09 AM. ( )

Take a chance and use Stop Rot on them. They should be ok.


This response submitted by John on 5/23/05 at 4:41 AM. ( )

They were actually in water for a time I some what drained and then I refroze them in a panic do you think there still a shot with the spot rot?

try it

This response submitted by Mr. T on 5/23/05 at 6:12 AM. ( )

unless they got warm or hot, they might be fine, thaw them as you go, put Stop Rot on both sides rightaway just after the frost leaves and while still chilled, I've said it before, things that make us worry and fret, are things that haven't happened yet. They may be fine.

Q can you use Stop Rot as a preventitive measure,

This response submitted by burpee on 5/24/05 at 12:52 AM. ( burpee )

have a buffalo hide with the hair that has been in a bag with dry ice, not sure what it looks like, I'm in OR it is in WA. I suppose the best thing is to get it into a freezer huh? I'm extremely green at this. Thanks anyone

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