The handmade products of Anana muyu showcase the native talent and skills of Ecuadorian artisanal workers, whose intricate stitching work transmits the beautiful landscapes and national identity of Ecuador into every Anana muyu product.

The preparatory stages are when the hide is prepared for tanning. Preparatory stages may include: liming, deliming, hair removal, degreasing, bleaching, and pickling.

  • Tanning process

    Tanning is a process that stabilizes the proteins of the raw hide so it does not putrefy, making it suitable for a wide variety of end applications. The principal difference between raw and tanned hides is that raw hides dry out to form a hard, inflexible material that, when rewetted, will putrefy, while tanned material dries to a flexible form that does not become putrid when rewetted.
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