Posted June 02, 2019 06:27:06 The process for getting your fur dyed is a long and laborious one.
You’ll need to go to a tannery in a town where you can find a tanning salon that will do the job.
For each color of fur, there are various techniques to get it done.
A color that is redder will be dyed first, then it will be transferred to an air-drying process to create a black dye.
If it’s a white fur, the process is the same, but the dye will be applied to a white material.
When it’s done, the dyed fur will then be placed in a freezer, where it will wait until it cools.
After it cool, it will get sent to a factory where it’s cleaned and dried.
Once it’s dried, it’ll be sent back to the tannery for a final coat of pigment.
All of the process are done by hand.
That’s because tanning has a lot of risks.
Some of the chemicals can cause serious health effects.
In fact, some of the more popular fur dyeing methods are known to cause skin and eye irritation.
As a result, some companies don’t want to do it.
Many of the fur dye companies that offer the process have been banned from doing business in the U.S. due to health concerns.
The FDA recently banned tanning from the U .
A study done in 2013 concluded that tanning causes serious health problems.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 10 Americans will experience some type of skin or eye irritation from tanning, including rashes, irritation to the skin or eyes, or skin or hair loss.
It’s also a leading cause of skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society.
With tanning so common, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to what to buy, when to buy it, and when to get a tan.
Read more about the health risks of tanning in this infographic.