I usually degrease my salmonid skins with mineral spirits but the bucket is low and the damn stuff keeps going up in price. Found some Kemsol degreaser on the shop shelf and thought I could give it a shot vs. paying a small fortune at the local Ace for 3 gallons of paint thinner. Anyway drections say 2 to 20 parts per water "depending on degreasing needs" which of course is quite a range. What ratio would you suggest for a 40 lb. Alaskan laker, a 10 lb. Lake Michigan laker and a 30 lb. Lake Michigan fall chinnok? And what would be a safe duration of soak? I want this to work well but don't want to cone back to dissolved skins. Not trying to be cheap but if i have it, I might as well use if it works well. The biggest laker will not only get an artificial head but artificial fins. Anybody use the Kemsol and really like it?