Item:Leather lotion

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leather lotion
Look: The bottle has a yellow label and a picture of a smiling Dwarf. Under the picture, it says:
Twelvetoes' Leather Lotion
A high-quality solution of tanning salts guaranteed
to produce superior leather from hides and skins.
Use on fur-bearing pelts is NOT recommended

[NOTE: While this LOOK can still be seen in the game, it contains obsolete information; see below.]

Weight: 10 stones
Uses: 20
Appraised Cost: 2,187 Kronars
1,749.6 Lirums
1,578.139 Dokoras
2.187 LTBpoints
2.187 Tickets
2.187 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is used in outfitting or is projected to be part of the outfitting crafting system.
  • This item is related to a creation process that is not part of the updated crafting systems.
Dimensions: ? length x ? width x ? height
Sources: Sold by Falken's Tannery for 2,625 Kronars
Sold by Shalan's Peltry for 2,100 Lirums
Sold by Froissart's Tannery for 1,894 Dokoras
Sold by Enfermine's Dry Goods for 2,100 Lirums
Sold by Gudthar's Tannery for 1,894 Dokoras
Source is Shalan's Peltry, Gudthar's Tannery, Froissart's Tannery, Falken's Tannery (obsolete), Enfermine's Dry Goods, Aesry Surlaenis'a, Tanning Supplies

Old tanning salts and the new crafting system

Pelt potions and leather lotions served as curing reagents for pelts, skins, and hides in the old crafting system. Although these items have been updated and expanded in the new crafting system, the old tanning salts are still functional, despite being sold alongside many other supplies which are not.

Leather lotions purchased from tanneries may still be used for curing by simply LOOKing at them after buying. You will receive the message

Something appears different about the lotion, perhaps try doing that again.

Afterwards, the item's name will be the same, but the LOOK text will be removed, and the item will have become functionally identical to standard, society-purchased tanning lotion. Note that this does, in fact, mean that skins and hides may be tanned using pelt potions, and pelts may be tanned using leather lotions; thus, Twelvetoes' disclaimer is obsolete.