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Skull cleaning #7501940 05/02/19 01:16 AM
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I finished the skulls from the water buffalo and ram I killed Saturday. I did them a different way and really like the results using the tips from Whitebonecreations on YouTube. Basically lightly boil the skull so you donít hurt the bone and then power wash everything off. If takes a long time with the power washer but it really gets every nook clean. Then mix water and 40 volume peroxide and bring it just to a boil; pull out and spray off.
I had to buy a water trough from tractor supply to fit the buffalo and clean Sallyís out of 40 volume.

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Wow,quick turn around on that! Looks good.


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Those look awesome!


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Those look awesome!


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The teeth didn't fall out while power washing it? I have an old skull with stuff still on it and I was thinking about power washing it, but was afraid I'd scatter the teeth everywhere, lol. I heard you can glue them back, but that sounds kind of tricky...trying to get them all back in the same spot, and looking normal.


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All the teeth stayed in. I used the 20 degree nozzle for the outside and the 0 degree for all the inside spaces.

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The teeth didn't fall out while power washing it? I have an old skull with stuff still on it and I was thinking about power washing it, but was afraid I'd scatter the teeth everywhere, lol. I heard you can glue them back, but that sounds kind of tricky...trying to get them all back in the same spot, and looking normal.

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All the teeth stayed in. I used the 20 degree nozzle for the outside and the 0 degree for all the inside spaces.

Originally Posted by d.g.ruff
The teeth didn't fall out while power washing it? I have an old skull with stuff still on it and I was thinking about power washing it, but was afraid I'd scatter the teeth everywhere, lol. I heard you can glue them back, but that sounds kind of tricky...trying to get them all back in the same spot, and looking normal.


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