How To Tan A Hide Using Several Methods

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Knowing how to tan a hide is a very important skill to know. Having the ability to tan hides has lots of benefits. Clothing, storage, and shelter to name a few.

How To Tan A Hide Using Several Methods - Knowing how to tan a hide is a very important skill to know. If SHTF, there will be no new sheets, no new blankets being made or imported in. It will be up to us to stay warm.

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If SHTF, there will be no new sheets, no new blankets being made or imported in. It will be up to us to stay warm and this is one of the best ways to stay warm.

Hides can be used to make clothes, insulate your bed, room, windows, etc.

Little rabbit hides can be stitched together with squirrel hides and in no time you could have a blanket that may just save your life.

As I said, this is a great skill to have in your survival tool chest. See a few ways you can do this at home.


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