Tanning kits good or bad ?

Submitted by Cole on 10/9/05 at 12:51 PM. ( )

I have heard a lot of bad things about going with some of the so called kits. I just wanted to let some of you know of a tanning kit I have been using. I bought it from http:field-n-water.com The kit works great but what relly tops it off is all of the support these guys gave me in using their kits. I have tried other kits from big supply houses and they work real well too, but they take forever to answer my questions and most of the time I dont get the right anwers. Just thought I would let some of you know, so you dont make the same mistake as I did when I started out.

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This response submitted by John on 10/9/05 at 5:22 PM. ( )

Try Knoblochs Paratan Kit. Although I buy it in bulk. The service is outstanding from Mark Daniels. He has answered all of my questions Muy Pronto!

Go with Bruce Rittlkes Ez 2000 Tanning kit

This response submitted by Matthew on 10/9/05 at 5:33 PM. ( fishandfurs@hotmail.com )

Try this out I have had good luck with this type of tanning. Cole it will tan quite a bit of pelts or deer skins elk all the way up to bear skins. I don't remeber how many exaclty that it will tan and its compatible with most pickles. Just email Bruce Rittle and he can send you some instructions that explain step by step what to do.

I meant Bruce Rittels Ez 2000

This response submitted by Matthew on 10/9/05 at 5:34 PM. ( )

. I meant Burce Rittels Ez 2000 sorry Cole

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