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Did you recently change anything? Tanning container, salt?
You don't monitor pH levels to prevent bacterial growth. pH levels must be maintained in order to keep collagen chains stable.
Is this your pickling container? What volume is your pickling container?
What are you highlighting with the circles?
You need to pull a vacuum on a frozen item you wish to freeze dry. Dry ice will do nothing but freeze to a colder temperature.
Look up this book by Matt Richards. It's the best "how to" that I've fouond.
exciter was last seen: Aug 7, 2010
I think that hog must have got the best of him... :eek:
"Sits on top and puddles" sounds concerning. I have not experienced this with Trubond. When I did experience this with other paint on tans it...
A good place to start.
So do you have any 85% formic acid. The only real way to test your experiment is to make two batches side by side and compare the results.
You have the right idea but the wrong numbers. You'll need 5.4 oz of the 95% .
85 x 6 = X x 95. solve for X.
85x6 / 95 = X
Way too much salt for a re-hydration. Your mix is a 20% solution. If the hide is salt dried then little to no salt is needed. At the most a 5%...
I'd be making a trip to buy a generator.
The minute you put the first specimen into it...:rolleyes:
I'd just like to catch them..and eat em..
Never do this. #1, it creates toxic fumes. #2, chlorine bleach raises the pH of your soak and will start the "bucking" or dehairing process...
I would only dampen with water as needed and continue breaking. More oil is usually a waste unless it did not absorb any at all..
If I understand correctly, you forgot to adjust pH before the tan but did so afterwards? This will lock in the tan if done properly. Break as...
Gizzard. It's full of grit.