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tooth gunk. (deer)

Discussion in 'Skulls and Skeletons' started by bmxkid313, Dec 17, 2011.

  1. bmxkid313

    bmxkid313 New Member

    im macerating a deer and i put it into H2O2 to loosen the grease no that i have the flesh off. its been in peroxide for about a week, yeah i know its not necessary to have it in that long, but the teeth have black stuff on them. will this come off in 3% after i degrease it? i was thinking of maybe using my dremal with a small diamond grinding bit if it doesn't come off, do you think it would leave marks on the teeth, if so how bad?
  2. navajo

    navajo New Member

    Re: Re: tooth gunk. (deer)

    I can usually brush it off with a good scrub from a brass brush.

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  3. dremel and just about any abrasive bit will work
  4. bmxkid313

    bmxkid313 New Member

    thanks guys, illl use a little brass wheel on the dremal.
  5. I usually just remove each teeth and carefully scrub them with a wire brush, I use a metal needle to pick out any gunk stuck in the teeth. Takes a bit but gets them nice and white :)
  6. bmxkid313

    bmxkid313 New Member

    with other skulls i did that, i used a tack to pick it most of the time.