Hey Guys, Quick one here. I traditionally salt my capes after fleshing/turning, let sit with skin to skin on an angle to allow fluid to drain. Then in a day or two I shake out as much salt as a I can and resalt. I then let it sit skin out and allow it to dry further before rolling it up for shipping. I am yet to have an issue with a salted cape. Anyway, I have been on a run of cool and damp weather. I currently have a cape that has been double salted and left to dry, skin out at this point. This time around I happened to notice the hair side feels a bit damp yet. Should I be concerned about this?? I can't say I have noticed this before on any other capes, but then again I can't say I have checked either. The cape is still relatively pliable, however I am not optimistic I would be able to turn it hair side out as it is a short Y cut. Its dried a little farther than the point where I would typically roll it up. Just curious what some more experienced guys think??