I will probably get smashed with this process and question but here it goes. I have done a lot of reading on this site over the last couple years about spray tans and im not sure many people use the same method I do. In the past I have always caped out a deer as quick as possible with very little hand fleshing and then rub it down with sodium sulfate. I would then roll it up and put it in the freezer. I have recently bought a pressure washer and have found that i can really cut down on time fleshing with the pressure washer after I take it out to thaw. It also leaves me with a nice white cape. The only problem with that is that it really puts moisture back deep into the skin that the sulfate pulled out. After pressure washing I then wash in dawn and odo ban from Sams. Then I rinse and tumble dry. Thin the hide on the dakota 4. I then spray it down with the Ben Mears spray tan. Let it soak over night in the fridge or refreeze for later mounting. This is the only method I really know. The guy who taught me used this method. I am asking this question bc I have had some trouble with the hair slipping on a couple of deer this year. I ordered some stop rot today to put in the washing solution. Would love to know how many of you guys use this method and what you think.