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Tanner supply companies provide tanning of animal hides, which are the skins of animals like cows. Tanning hardens and makes the skin more durable, providing protection against decomposition. They are then sold as leather and suede, for products like jackets, shoes, handbags, and footwear. Supply dealers in this industry apply tannins, which are special chemicals or even vegetable and mineral tannins, via machinery and other equipment. Some processes are performed by hand. The methods employed involve pressing and finishing. The hides are also rolled, lubricated, dyed, split, shaved, and waxed. There are varying qualities of leather out there, but top-grain cowhide is the smoothest part of the whole hide, which is easy to tool and craft. Tanners split the leather into layers, providing an appearance of thee hides. This method is great for sewing clothing, such as chaps and vests. There are many types of finishes as well, such as nubuck, suede, pigmented, embossed, and natural. Tanners often make and sell their products to retailers and wholesalers of furniture, upholstery, autos, footwear, and jackets. Customers will then find these finished products, such as leather handbags and shoes, within stores at the mall or online. Because the tanning process is so involved, leather goods can carry quite a high price tag. Cows hides are the most popular type of hide to tan, but supply companies also tan the hides of zebras, elk, deer, bison, and moose. Tanners can operate on a large industrial scale, such as importers or exporters, or a smaller scale within a local shop. Hunters typically bring in animal skins to tan in these cases. Tanning professionals may also offer other services like repairs.
 
 
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Imperial Taxidermy LLC
121 Hannibal St, Caldwell, ID 83605
(208) 454-9390
Bennett Taxidermy
6203 E Willow Ave, Nampa, ID 83687
(208) 461-3155
Clemmens' Taxidermy
8203 W Hill Rd, Garden City, ID 83714
(208) 853-8043
Sundance Taxidermy Specialists
3104 E Leslie Dr, Meridian, ID 83646
(208) 376-6330


Tanners are fabricators that often make leather goods like jackets, footwear, and bags. The suppliers make these leather goods by processing shaved animal skins with tannin and other products. There are a variety of methods that the tanners use to make jackets, footwear, and other goods. Each of these methods produces a different style of leather. For instance, animal skin can be treated with tannin and vegetable minerals so that they are dyed colors. Pressing the waxed, rolled, and lubricated split skins in certain ways can also create nubuck and suede, which is often used to make shoes, clothing, and accessories. If you operate a wholesale company that sells leather goods, then you might want to find a company that can supply you with the different types of leather products that your customers are interested in purchasing. When you contact the companies listed in the online directory, you should ask them what types of tannins they use to make their products. Find out if they have informative catalogs that you can use to learn more about the specific products and processing methods that they can offer you. If you are interested in finding fake leather that does not use real leather, then you should ask them if they can supply you with these items as well. It is important to choose a supplier that makes reliable, well designed products, so ask them to give you references so you can contact their other clients to help you decide whether you want to do business with the tanners.
 
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