I salt all of my capes and then throw them in a ten by twelve room that is about 68 degrees. Man it dries my deer hides out in about three days. This is where my brain fart took place. I put two hides flat out on the floor to let them partially dry over night fully intending on folding them the next day for shipping. That didn't happen; therefore, I have two hides that are spread eagle on the floor and are dryer than flour out of the bag and harder than a steak left on the grill for three hours on high. I want to know if I can safely wet one part down to fold same, or do I take one for the team and pay the extra shipping to the tannery? Thanks!