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Preparation:  Instruments & Materials

 

Step 1: Soaking the Skin

 

Step 2: Removing the Old Head

 

 Step 3: Cleaning the Shell

 

Step 4: Putting Shea Butter on Bearing Edge of Shell

 

 

Step 5: Skin Placement on Drum

 

Step 6: Lacing the Drum

 

 

Step 7: Cutting Away the Excess Skin

 

Step 8: Tightening the Drum

 

 

Step 9: Play & have fun!

 

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