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Rehydrateing in warm weather

Discussion in 'Tanning' started by RustyD, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. Just doing some skins. One fox that is a yr old and a fisher that was frozen for years and skun last year that had some freeze dried skin so to speak. I do not have rot stuff as I just started tanning at home last year with, that Bird stuff (KT). But does it risk fur overnite in salt solution w/o anything else? I do have relaxer but did not add as affraid it would interfere w/ KT. I set it in the garage overnite High 60s and put bucket in fridge this AM.
  2. moongast01

    moongast01 My first love is God my second is My Wife....

    It will not hurt at all use 1 pound salt per gallon of water and a good bactericide The warm weather will not hurt it.I have 4 Cape Buffalo feet that was in a rehydrate bath for 3 weeks and are still good.Just put them in the acid bath today.

  3. Thanx

    Fleshed them and put them in to soak last nite