I thawed out a deer to mount today, and when I unrolled the cape I found the hair is full of cowlicks. The shoulders, neck, nearly everywhere. It didn't have any before I sent it to the tannery, but now it looks horrible. I only mount 5-10 deer a year, so I don't run into this sort of thing very often, and I don't know what to do. They certainly don't comb out, I can promise you that. I have read on here about using hair gel, but I don't have any on hand. I can go get some, but it there anything else I can do to save this cape? It is going on a "buck of many lifetimes" and it has to look right. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.