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Another Stop Rot inquiry

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by Zombiegirl, Dec 9, 2013.

  1. Zombiegirl

    Zombiegirl Member

    I have a hide that is literally COVERED (both sides) in Stop Rot (was sent to me this way), this won't be an issue when I need to work on it will it? I did some reading on it and it doesn't seem like it, I would just like some verification :) Thank you
  2. cyclone

    cyclone Posts: 400001

    It will make fleshing easier and will not interfere in any way with the tanning process or DP if you decide to go that route. Consider it a wee bit of insurance for your fleshing and tanning experience..

  3. I use stop rot rom time to time and process my capes as usual. No different or special care after it is applied.

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  4. Zombiegirl

    Zombiegirl Member

    I didn't think so but thought I would ask, thank you for the replies :)
  5. Toeknee22

    Toeknee22 New Member

    Just curious does anyone know what stop rot is? Is it toxic should I put gloves on when using ect.
  6. rogerswildlife

    rogerswildlife Rogers Wildlife Taxidermy Tommy Rogers

    You should allways use gloves with everything .
  7. Mr.T

    Mr.T Active Member

    You can use stop rot on your skin, bee stings, spider bites, use it for most skin irritations with zero side effects.