I recently completed my first tanning project using Trubond1000B. I had several small pelts and a raccoon. All the other pelts turned out fine, but after tanning and while stretching the skin I found that the raccoon still had patches of fat on his back and sides. I thought I had got it all, but I'm forced to admit I didn't. Is there any way to remove the fat after tanning, or is the skin unsalvageable? Would any steps (especially the degreaser) even be repeatable after tanning? There is no visible signs or smell of rot as of now. He is still drying and hasn't been tanned for long. Where all the fat was taken off the tan worked great. I'll be careful not to make this mistake again--but is there any way to save this pelt? Thanks for your help.