Re: DIY Skulls
We did 2 of our own deer skulls last fall. The skulls with antlers were a bit big for a regular pot. Ended up using 5 gallon buckets. And dumping boiling water in. We followed a tip I got somewhere online, using Arm and Hammer washing soda. Skinned the heads, cleaned off what was easy and "cooked" with the brains in. The washing soda seemed to neutralize all the fats, with no spotting or staining of the skulls. The rest cleaned of pretty easy with some small knives and picks. Final clean up was helped along with high pressure air using the garage compressor.