Stinky Skull Boiling Day

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Hoping this works without hurting velvet on the bases.

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HIcountryman

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my taxi recommends 4 in 1 from
Bess Maid in Louisianna. Spray on velvet tanner. Would probably hold what's there in place?
Great buck, congrats!
bet your wife is not home
 

Mooretitan

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I have kept a view velvet ones. I would put a trash bag around each one as you boil it. Its should keep a lot o the moisture off of them. Once you have cleaned it. Soak them in acetone. Give them a day to dry. If there is no movement of the velvet with your fingers finish whiten them. If there is soak again in acetone. Doing it this way has worked for me
 

buckspotter7

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Looks good! Keep the moisture off and it should stay. I’m interested in how it turns out. Several velvet bucks in my garage rafters, still look like the day I killed them
 

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The velvet is just fine and I'm not noticing any smells. So I think all is good to have him mounted.
 

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