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#2996497 - 09/29/16 08:41 PM Re: How to do a Skull. [Re: crapshoot]
idahorob Offline
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Registered: 04/25/16
Posts: 74
Loc: idaho
Well it's better to be safe than sorry

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#3260396 - 12/09/20 11:01 AM Re: How to do a Skull. [Re: crapshoot]
erict Offline
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Registered: 02/23/06
Posts: 420
Loc: near Albany, NY
My pics got deleted during the great online photo hosting reset, so they are now reloaded on my page 5 post: How to do a skull w/pics

I used a temp of 180 on my homemade "buck boiler" for several hours with a badger and fox skull. The bits and pieces are a little harder to get off vs. boiling but the teeth do not fall out nor did they crack - both issues if you boil. They came out nice.

Just purchased 1 gallon Baquacil oxidizer at local pool supply for $16.99, so the price is still reasonable. It can be reused and will keep for a while if stored properly. I think one could do a deer skull using only 1 gallon but it would require several steps unless you can figure out how to design a container that would submerge the entire thing using only 1 gallon.


Edited by erict (12/09/20 11:02 AM)

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#3263388 - 12/28/20 05:36 PM Re: How to do a Skull. [Re: erict]
ssgtbatch Offline
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Registered: 12/03/11
Posts: 31
Loc: NE Oregon
I use a small steralite plastic container. I only fill it up to below the antler bases and then lay paper towel over the parts of the skull thats not submerged. Wet the paper towels down with a big syringe. Keeps from whitening the antler bases. I seldom use baqaucil at full strength. 50/50 does a good job for me.

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