We offer cut-up grade
dyed rabbit skins in a few colors as shown above. These are not skins
we regularly stock, so once these are gone, we do not know when we will
have more. The Cut-Up Grade Rabbit Skins are lower quality
skins that have good fur, but have serious cosmetic defects.
For example, these skins can be smaller than normal, misshapen, have
extensive tears, holes or bald spots in the middle of the skin or have
patches of bad hair on them. They are unsuitable for resale as
novelty skins to tourists or kids, but are ideal for cutting up into
smaller pieces for craft projects or for testing clippers. We use
this grade of skin to make many of our rabbit fur bags and for trim on
crafts. These are good value for the money if you need good fur and
can work around the problems.
These rabbit skins are chrome tanned.
NOTE: We have mostly black, brown, and gray left in stock. We recently got in some fluorescent red and fluorescent fuchsia that are unevenly dyed (see pictures below).
Please note that the dyed rabbits do have a
chemical odor as a result of being dyed. They may also have a mothball
odor as well because we have to prevent bugs from getting into the skins.
You can reduce this odor by either airing them out or by tumbling the skins
in a dryer with a dryer sheet on very low heat for no more than five
minutes. Any more than this will shrink the rabbit skins and you will no
longer have the option to return them if unsatisfied. If you're
worried that the rabbits skins may leave an odor in your dryer, we suggest
you use a public laundromat.
For more information on our rabbit skins,
please click HERE for the main rabbit
section. For more dyed rabbits, click HERE.