Scrape particles of fleshes or fats from skins or pelts.
What does a Flesher do?
Scrapes particles of flesh, fat, or protective tissue from skins or pelts to clean and soften them: Scrapes particles off with knife or straddles bench that has vertical knife attached and pulls skin over angled knife to remove excess or precise amount of particles, taking care not to cut into skins. Sharpens cutting edges of knife and bends knife to specified shaving angle, using handtools. May use rotary knife or rotary blade to scrape pelts. May be designated according to kind of pelt scraped as Rabbit Flesher.