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Discussion in 'Beginners' started by B2L, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. B2L

    B2L New Member

    got a yote on form and sewn last night..bagged to finish this morning.. woke up this morning feeling like death.. I still have face to do and some skin moving.. tried working on it earlier but I have 0 NRG... I sprayed with water bottle and rebagged.. my work area is pretty warm due to coal stove.. few day wet warm bagged hide cant be good.. could I set it outside in freezing cold weather bagged or just let it be? tanned with krowtan.. Roman 555 with dry paste as paste...
  2. Mr.T

    Mr.T Active Member

    Set it outside, bagged up of course, Colder the better, freezing will not hurt it.

  3. B2L

    B2L New Member

    thanks.. I figured mold or some shit would grow being warm and wet..
  4. bearrug48

    bearrug48 Active Member

    I wish my shop was that warm. I whish you well with your Yote.
  5. Dogsteaks

    Dogsteaks New Member

    Up in Canada here we've been having almost non-stop snow, so my animals are outside right now :D
    My chest freezer isn't set up yet because I just moved, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will be freezing or below freezing for a while.