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lutan f or fn?

Discussion in 'Tanning' started by josh s., Jan 15, 2010.

  1. josh s.

    josh s. Active Member

    quick question here, is lutan fn the same as lutan f? I ask this because in the mckenzie catalog it shows both and i have been wanting to try lutan f. thanks
     
  2. ljones

    ljones 1994 wasco award winner

    it is the same thing
     

  3. josh s.

    josh s. Active Member

    thanks
     
  4. Bruce_Rittel

    Bruce_Rittel Consultant Services

    Lutan F was the original name. However BASF added an "N" component to prevent it from caking or becoming hard during storage periods. Both the F and the FN types are the same.
     
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  5. josh s.

    josh s. Active Member

    bruce.....why would i belive you......lol. kidding thanks i was thinking it probley had somrthing to do with a chemical makeup of some sort. i work with alot of chemicals at my"other" job and they do stuff like that all the time. while were at this.......what is the difference in the process between this and jrts.......which is what i am using now?
     
  6. Kristin Fields

    Kristin Fields New Member

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    Hello, I read your explanation between Lutan F and Lutan FN. Thank you! The Lutan F that was shipped with my tanning kit did harden completely. Can I still use it?

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  7. TIMBUCK

    TIMBUCK Active Member

    Well the "N" additive didn't work.. I have a 30lb bag of the FN and it turned hard as a rock while sealed in the bag..
     
  8. TIMBUCK

    TIMBUCK Active Member

    I've been told that it is still usable even though it is hard. Is just a PITA to weigh accurately in chunks..