So after 4 days I take the skins out of the tanning solution and wring them out in a towell so they are just damp.
Then I slather the tanning oil(any commercial tanning oil will do), on the leather side,then roll them up for a day,then unroll but leave them folded leather to leather and let the fur side dry.
Once the fur is dry,I open them up and let the leather start to dry.Once the leather starts to dry I pull and scrunch them once in a while until the leather is dry.I keep a bottle of tanning oil thinned with water 50-50 and spray a bit on the leather once in a while while it is drying if thicker parts of the skin are not soft.Dont overoil the thin parts of the skin.
The fur looks all ratty at this point,but thats OK we will remedy that.
Once the leather is dry I give the entire skin a wash in dish soap and water,making sure I wash the tanning oil out of the fur.Then rinse well and wring the skin out in a towell.
At this point I will repair any holes in the skin and block it out-that is stretch and pin it just enough to take out the wrinkles.
Now since the skin was washed I will spray a little thinned tanning oil on the thicker parts of the blocked out skin,being careful not to get any on the fur.If a bit gets on the fur edges it can be trimmed off by cutting 1/16 all around the perimeter after.
Now I leave the skin to dry for a day,
then take it off the board.