Use of LiquiTan or Mackenzie tan

Submitted by Marlin on 1/22/06 at 11:23 PM. ( ) 70.64.190.111

Im wondering about the use of so called brush on tans. Are they as effective as soak tans and what is the right procedure to use them?

Return to Tanning Category Menu


Both of them are good.

This response submitted by Red on 1/23/06 at 12:18 AM. ( harris60@earthlink.net ) 69.34.188.166

I've used both LiquaTan and McKenzie tan, and like the results, especially if you are going to mount the skin. It's okay for a rug on thin skin animals, but with the thicker ones, you'r going to have to use a LOT of time and elbow grease to get it soft.

The procedure is salt-pickle-flesh-pickle-wash-tan. Detailed instructions are included with each one.


Go five post down and read....

This response submitted by it applies on 1/23/06 at 12:30 AM. ( to this one too ) 205.188.116.74

Franks answer. Tanning deer heads for mounting


Both

This response submitted by Mr.T on 1/23/06 at 6:44 AM. ( ) 64.31.6.181

I tried them both. I have used Liqua tan in the past and really like it. I tried the McKenzie tan Saturday and yesterday and love it. The McKenzie tan is lighter in color and you just have to try it to see how it works. Purchase the small container to test it out. It is worth the try.


Return to Tanning Category Menu