Submitted by Curt Shepard on 3/7/06 at 4:21 PM. ( )

Got a bag of EZ100, not the kit just the tanning powder. Here is my problem, I did not get any information on it,how to use it, or what to use or anything. any help would be great. thanks curt

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try this

This response submitted by Doug on 3/7/06 at 4:37 PM. ( )

do a search on ez100 or Rittel. Go to Rittel's web site. They have directions for all of their products on their website free for you to download.

Or, Hit the orange button and search for EZ100 you idiot! (just joking. I thought the question/response needed some verbal abuse added to it. Your not an idiot)

Same with me

This response submitted by Cheryl on 3/7/06 at 4:40 PM. ( )

I called McKenzie to ask for directions. Use 8 oz. of salt, 1 oz. of EZ100 to 1 gallon of water. This is for every 1 lb. of damp hide weight. The taxidermist also told me to weigh everything. Hope this helps.

Hey Guys.......I'm only an e-mail away!

This response submitted by Bruce Rittel on 3/8/06 at 12:08 AM. ( rittel@mindspring.com )

I'd be more than willing to copy and paste our instructions for using it to you! Just E-mail me! Rittel@mindspring.com

it's easy

This response submitted by Laurier on 3/8/06 at 8:43 AM. ( houlel@onlink.net\ )

45 gal Can
55 gal U.S.A.

3 lbs of EZ-100 just divide the amount of gallons of water that you are using , their is 1.15 just go 1 1/4 ouzce of EZ-100 per gallon of water and 1 lbs salt per gallon of water.

Here's the way I break it down

This response submitted by Alan Mason on 3/8/06 at 4:07 PM. ( )

For every 2 pounds of drained skins (drained one hour after neutralizing and rinsing) mix 8 oz. of salt and 1 oz. of EZ 100 to a gallon of water.
Ph should be about 4.0 , and can be lowered by adding acid or raised by adding baking soda. Use very small amounts to raise or lower the ph. Tan
16-24 hours, turning occasionaly. Drain hides 20 minutes and apply tanning oil, fold skin to skin and sweat 4-6 hours. Ready to mount or can be dried or frozen for later use. Alan

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