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OK, I did a search but nothing came up for tanning a exotic ram.

Discussion in 'Tanning' started by whitebuffalo, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. whitebuffalo

    whitebuffalo Theres no graduation day in the outdoors

    I have a four horned ram comming tomorrow and I have yet to tan one of them. I currently use Krowtan, Is this ok for the ram also.
     
  2. Frank E. Kotula

    Frank E. Kotula master, judge, instructor

    I'm sure it'll work, though I don't use it.
     

  3. bill@hogheaven

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    If you have never mounted a 4 horn, leave a lot more skull attached . You will have to make extensive alterations to the form & probably need to use quite a bit of the actual skull in your alterations.
     
  4. slh

    slh New Member

    I used Krowtan on a corsican & it came out fine
     
  5. Ballinger

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    It will work fine, I still do some in house tan's and never have a problem on goats .,ram's not alot of difference as far as the capes. You will want to put a deodorizer in your rinse they have a smell of there own.
     
  6. Rittels sells a wool degreaser which strips the lanolin out of the wool. This helps in the cleaning process. It will comb a little easier. The bottle says to use prior to tanning. I believe the tan will work better if the lanolin is gone prior to tanning. I have also been told that simple green that you buy from home depot will pull out the lanolin also. I did a jacobs 2 horn that was just all mated up. This produt helped clean it up some.