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New or used and drying coffe grounds??

Discussion in 'Habitat and Exhibit' started by RoyalOaksRanch, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. joeym

    joeym Jeannette & Joey @ Dunn's Falls

    That does look great! When I use foam, I usually spray it with black paint. Then, mix white glue with water 1:1, pour over the base, smear it around with a paintbrush, then literally dump the peat on to the glue. Next day, I flip it over and allow everything that is loose to fall free, then mount my specimen on it.
  2. Galen

    Galen 218-263-7177 www.EdgewaterTaxidermy.com

    You can also just grind it up in your hands <<<< the MOSS >>> for a different look. And use glue as said above and dump it all on the base and let dry over night and dust of the loose stuff . you can also use this Same Idea with sand for a lake like bottom look. With a fish mount ,, Then you can use the sifter or once again just pour it on with a cup and let dry. And turn over the next day.

  3. RoyalOaksRanch

    RoyalOaksRanch Royal Oaks Taxidermy- When Quality Counts...

    Ive got my mom saving me her coffee ground so Ill hopefully get to try out the "secret dirt" recipe soon ... I do like the peat moss over using the potting soil much better. ANd Peat moss doesnt stink up the house when I bake it :) BIG BONUS there..