Well, this is my first ever dall sheep. Maybe i'm not qualified to do this ;D . I did as much research as possible, and spoke with several people who do plenty of sheep. This is what I came up with... 1. first thing to do is prefit your cape. Fit is good, next set the horns and completely prep hide, thin eyes, nose, lips, and all that good stuff. Sew up any holes and just make sure you're ready to go! Here's the hide before any whitening: Both shoulders are very yellow and have blood stains as well. Sorry the pics aren't great, but you can see the difference in the end. 2. Ingredients... My sister works at a hair salon so I told here what I needed based on what everyone else said I needed. 40 volume peroxide and basic white, a plastic mixing bowl, a brush, thick rubber gloves, and a mask. This crap stinks, glad I don't go to a hair salon All this stuff cost me $26 dollars. That may have something to do with a discount, not sure. Never looked in the catalogs ;D 3. Mix ingredients. I put about 7 scoops of basic white in bowl, and added peroxide till it mixed up to a shaving creme consistency. The basic white powder is very light and fluffy, mix gently at first! 4. Apply mixture to hair with brush. I brushed it on with the direction of the hair first, with a liberal coat. Nest I back brushed it a bit to get some of the underlying stains. Don't work it all the way down to the skin, you don't want it to burn the roots. The hair is hollow and brittle to begin with. Now, you can basically watch your hide start to whiten. Don't leave it on too long, it can burn the hair! I left it on for about 20-25 minutes. 5. Rinse and wash and condition. Remember, wear gloves! It will burn your skin! I rinsed it several times in cold water till all of the bleach appeared to be gone. If your water isn't clear, do it again! Then I washed and conditioned the hide. I was told conditioning was necessary to soften the hair and it will help reduce brittleness. Again, rinse until water is clear or you'll end up with a residue on the hair. 6. Ring out as much water a possible and throw it in the washer on the spin cycle... 7. Finished product! Now, it's not 100% white, not do I want it to be. There are 1 or 2 spots that are a little stained still and I will re-do those. However, I don't want a pure white dall mount as I don't think that is natural on a wild dall sheep. If you are not happy with the first results, you can do it again from what I've been told. Hopefully in the first and last pics you can see a dramatic difference in the amount of yellow on the hide. Note: be careful not to get bleach on the eye-lids and lips and nose, it can bleach the dark spots and will make finishing a little more diffucult. Hope this helps any first timers. I'm sure this method would work just as well on mountain goats and the like. Good luck and have fun. I'll post pics of him when he's done!