Hey guys, I just had 2 pronghorn dropped off to mount and I need to remove the sheaths. The issue that I have, is that they were shot in August and the skull caps were just put in someones garage. I do not boil. I prefer to spray a little water in a plastic bag, throw in the horns, tie up, and let nature take its course. I did check the archives, and boiling and macerating are a couple choices for dried on horns. Will the old plastic bag trick work or should I take a harsher approach? I suppose, I could drill a couple of small holes to help the moisture penetrate. Any thoughts?