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Tanner  C

Historical background

In ancient history, tanning was considered a noxious or "odiferous trade" and relegated to the outskirts of town, amongst the poor. Indeed, tanning by ancient methods is so foul smelling do to skins typically arriving at the tannery dried stiff and dirty with soil and gore, that tanneries are still isolated from towns today where those methods are used.

First, the tanners soak the skins in water to clean and soften them. Then they pound and scour the skin to remove any remaining flesh and fat. Next, the tanner needed to remove the hair fibers from the skin. This was done by either soaking the skin in urine, painting it with an alkaline lime mixture, or simply letting the skin putrefy for several months then dipping it in a salt solution. After the hair fibers were loosened, the tanners scraped them off with a knife. Once the hair was removed, the tanners would bate the material by pounding dung into the skin or soaking the skin in a solution of animal brains. Among the kinds of dung commonly used were that of dogs or pigeons.

How does it work?

Put hides in the Curing Through and close it. Choose option 1 of the convo to process it into leather if your standard roll is a success.


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