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I want to make a neck sheath for my newest Mora. My dad has numerous deer hides and whatnot out in the garage he uses for making sheaths and whatnot, but he usually just leaves the hair of the animal on the sheath, he thinks it looks more rustic. I'm looking for a cheap, and effective way to remove the hair from the hide (Its a small piece i'm using, not huge.) I've thought about cutting the hair very short, than shaving it off with one of my old razors.
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ash and water let it soak for a day then the hair should just pull off and the rest just scrap off with a dull blade


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