Any help please

Submitted by tom on 12/6/05 at 12:01 AM. ( )

I bought a wolf skin from an inuit man. It had the meat and fat removed then dryed with no salt.It had a root smell to it for a couple weeks after it was brought home. I do not need it to be soft but want to do something to it so the hair will not fall out. Or is it to late? It does not smell so bad now and no hair has fallen out yet. Can I pickel it in viniger or something to secure the hair? If I pickel it does it still need to be tanned? Thank you for the help.

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This response submitted by Rorie on 12/6/05 at 12:15 AM. ( )

The answers you seek are there, archived at the bootom too.

Tan it!

This response submitted by Bruce Rittel on 12/6/05 at 1:05 AM. ( )

Tan it yourself! We have a kit that does a super job. It's our EZ-2000 Kit and it is easy to use.

E-mail me at: and I will copy and paste our instuctions for using the Kit.

use stop rot

This response submitted by stanley on 12/6/05 at 9:00 AM. ( )

I would soak it in salt water until soft then rub stop rot on to it the nif you want you could tan it.


This response submitted by tom on 12/6/05 at 10:36 AM. ( )

Thank you all I was worried that it was to late and the hair was going to fall out if I put it in any kind of fluid. thanks again.

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