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Saftee Acid question

Discussion in 'Tanning' started by Mink, Jul 1, 2008.

  1. Mink

    Mink New Member

    I have been showing a friend the process of taxidermy from skinning to tanning to mounting. However, when I got to the tanning part, I was asked what exactly is in the Saftee Acid that I use. And, I really don't know. I did some research online, but came up with nothing. Does anyone have any idea as to what might be in it?
    Thanks for any information I can get.
  2. redwolf

    redwolf Active Member

    safe acid ;D
    i have no idea. i think you would have to ask Bruce.

  3. Felpy

    Felpy New Member

    My guess is buffered sulphuric acid.
  4. Monte

    Monte Missouri fur-Limited hair-tanning

    Google, acid replacement technology
    Also ask your supplier for an MSDS sheet
  5. Felpy

    Felpy New Member

    Looking at the MSDS from supplier. Under hazardous ingredients it says, "(Proprietary): Will be made known to a qualified health care professional in case of emergency." I have another document that says its a naturally occurring buffered acid that turns in to fertilizer after use (either photo or bio degrades). Thus the name Saftee Acid. To know more you would have to pry it from Bruce. ;)
  6. cyclone

    cyclone Posts: 400001

  7. Bruce_Rittel

    Bruce_Rittel Consultant Services

    Felpy is probably the closest to describing Saftee Acid, but since it's a patented Acid (by the Manufacturer), it remains a proprietary formula.