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Buckeye Supreme

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Nina Lukaszewicz, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. Nina Lukaszewicz

    Nina Lukaszewicz Outdoor Dreams Taxidermy

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    After using it for the first time, I found out I love it! So, much praise to Buckeye Supreme. I was previously using some hide paste from WASCO which was ok but it was a pain to have to mix up everytime I wanted to use it. It also left a powdery residue on my mounts hair, once dried, that I could never get rid of. But the Buckeye Supreme was great because it was premixed and thick, , and so far it is holding up the skin well! I don't even have to pin the brisket as much now! Anyone else use this hide paste and love it as much as I do?
     
  2. Mr.T

    Mr.T New Member

    Where have you been Nina???? Welcome to the club. I am a Buckeye Supream lifetime member, and user. ;D
     

  3. Been using Buckeye for 3 seasons now. I too used to use WASCO hide paste. After you mix it up it looked like it had cracked corn in it. Love the buckeye
     
  4. Buckeye here
     
  5. i used to use it then switched over to eop-grip waterbased adhesive far more superior, just recently started using mckenzies hide paste that also is a superior product.
     
  6. Nina Lukaszewicz

    Nina Lukaszewicz Outdoor Dreams Taxidermy

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    I bought two gallon buckets of hide paste, one Buckeye Supreme and also the Mckenzie. I thought I was just going to use the Buckeye for earliner adhesive but ended up using it on the form also.
     
  7. I was just about to place an order for hide paste. Joe, did I understand you correctly. Is the epo-grip a better product that the Buckeye.
     
  8. NEW YORK RACK MASTER

    NEW YORK RACK MASTER New Member

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    I use Parpet Paste, Yup thats right. % gallons for about $50 and it is the best stuff in the WORLD, Ok maybe not the world but it is awsome . Think about it, the parpet must stay and if it doesn't it could cost a carpet instilation company thousands of dollars in repairs. The stuff straight up works!!!
     
  9. What is parpet?
     
  10. buckeyebullet23

    buckeyebullet23 New Member

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    Come on Darryl, parpet cleaner, parpet burns, parpet munchers. Lol... Must be new. J/k. :D
     
  11. michael p.

    michael p. Getting better with age :)

    Buckeye, I'm ROTFLMAO!!! That was hilarious :D :D :D :D :D :D
     
  12. Cole

    Cole Amateur Taxidermist

    parpet munchers....lmao
     
  13. cht

    cht New Member

    Laughing so hard I started crying
     
  14. I use Joe Coombs hide paste. It has been great! But I have never tried any other kind other than the kind you have to mix. I wont ever touch that stuff again. Only problem is 5 gallons is 140 dollars.
     
  15. BWS

    BWS New Member

    Hmm, i have used Buckeye Supreme....and i liked it well enough. Seemed a little thin to me tho...
    I use AFG or a homemade dextrine based mix.
     
  16. Mason

    Mason Active Member

    Buckeye Supreme is all we have ever used also
     
  17. Bobbi Meyer

    Bobbi Meyer I luv to ride my tricycle, I luv to ride my trike

    buckeye here too for the main part of the form and headlock for around the nose, mouth and antler bases. I want those parts to STAY PUT quicker.
     
  18. Jerry

    Jerry New Member

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    I use only Buckeye Supreme also, it works great on earliners!!
     
  19. JLW

    JLW Member

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    All I use is Buckeye Supreme. From ear adhesive to animal capes. You won't find anything much better. LOL Wagner's Taxidermy
     
  20. I was just about to place an order for hide paste. Joe, did I understand you correctly. Is the epo-grip a better product that the Buckeye.
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    i think it is ,but you can try a gallon of it for yourself and see , it is alot easier to get out of the hair as i always get pasate in the hair,fur. i'm just not crazy about it although i do like it better than derma-grip