# Tanning Fluid

Tanning Fluid

Vital statistics
Size 1 x 1
Skill(s) Required Tanning
Object(s) Required Water and Treebark or Exquisite Rot
Produced By Hand
Required By Brown Pigment, Leather
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Tanning Fluid is used to produce leather when added to a Tanning Tub.

## How to Acquire

### Tree Bark

• 1 piece of bark adds 1% concentration into a 50l container.
• So added tanning fluid concentration per bark is: added concentration = ${\displaystyle {\frac {50}{containercapacity}}}$
• Example: tanning tub which is 20 liters, you add 50/20 = 2.5 concentration with 1 piece of bark.
• Tanning fluid concentration cannot exceed 10%.

### Exquisite Rot

• 1 piece of rot adds 2% concentration into a 50l container.
• So added tanning fluid concentration per rot is: added concentration = ${\displaystyle {\frac {100}{containercapacity}}}$
• Example: tanning tub which is 20 liters, you add 100/20 = 5 concentration with 1 piece of rot.
• Tanning fluid concentration cannot exceed 10%.

## Quality

• Each piece of bark raise:

Tanning Fluid Q = ${\displaystyle {\frac {_{q}Water+_{q}TreeBark*0.2*concentartion}{1+0.2*concentartion}}}$

• Each piece of rot raise:

Tanning Fluid Q = ${\displaystyle {\frac {_{q}Water+_{q}Rot*0.2*concentartion}{1+0.2*concentartion}}}$

• But rot gives double concentration so you will add less rots per container.

## Notes

• You can add bark into water or tanning fluid, until the concentration reaches 10%, and because it is averaged (though with a weight) iteratively, it is possible to get higher quality tanning fluid by adding many pieces of bark into a bigger container, granted that the bark is higher quality than the water.
• Tanning Fluid can be added directly into Buckets, Barrels, and Tanning Tubs.
• Exquisite Rot can be substituted in making tanning fluid.