Krowtann VS. pressure tanner

Submitted by Ryan on 11/14/05 at 1:31 PM. ( )

I currently do all my tanning with LutanF, it makes for a pretty good tan, but is a pretty lengthy process I am considering trying Krowtann 2000 or buying a pressure tanner. Krowtann seems like the cheaper and more sensible route right now. Any suggestions, opinions, etc.?

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can of worms

This response submitted by Mr.T on 11/14/05 at 2:38 PM. ( )

Here we go again, Krowtann vs. everything else.
Krowtann works super in the pressure tanner. Go buy both. You could use a pressure tanner if you are thinking about one anyway.


This response submitted by terryr on 11/14/05 at 11:29 PM. ( )

i use it for E'THINg rom fox to buffalo - even george could make it work (if he would try it) - you need a good oil to get stretch out of it - i use McKenzie leather oil

Don't get me into this

This response submitted by George on 11/15/05 at 12:04 AM. ( )

Few people should miss how I feel about alum tans. If it works for you and you like it, go for it. It won't ever work for me because I'll never knowingly use it.


This response submitted by wilson on 11/15/05 at 9:20 AM. ( )

I always have to smile when I preach about smoking and cancer, then pause, to spit in my cup, anyway I feel cheated when I buy a tanned cape, just to find it was done in krowtan or an autotanner.

Ryan its a gret tan in my opinion

This response submitted by paul e on 11/15/05 at 1:39 PM. ( )

but do some research and your homework
no tanning process is a snap
id suggest starting with stop rot
and make sure to follow directions to the letter
i do add another round of stop rot before the neutralizing step
its a good buffer
i also use the krowoil
and i shave very thin

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