It's very simple hoe I do it. The once the head is completely degreased and dry, it gets a good visual inspection. I an double checking the little spots that tend to hold grease. If it is grease free I decide (based on the color of the bone) if it go to the 3% dip. So far this year, I think I've had 5 or 6 so far that needed it. I keep the 3% in plastic shoe boxes that have been painted on the outside. This simply keeps the peroxide from breaking down too fast when not in use. I have a little room that stays completely dark. The head gets sat in there to soak up the 3%. After a day of so of that, ( I set the heads up before I go to the fire station, so the 24 hours I'm gone I'm still being productive). When I get back I take them out and they go to a good sunny spot to dry. After that, I run them the 40 volume one time, and they are done. Seawolf, you have to remember that being a woman automatically give you the advantage of not be as sloppy as a man when it comes to things. When I try soaking in 40 volume, it gets messy. LOL, so I started doing it this way because it was a lot easier and cleaner for me. I didn't take it as a challenge at all, the way I worded it came out kind of wrong. Everybody has there different ways of getting to the same place. I've been working constantly to streamline and simplify my process. A few years ago, I did maybe 50 heads a year. Now, I'm taking in 50 every few days. So as the business has grown, I've been hustling to grow with it. I used to get 3 or 4 alligators a year, now I have suppliers that want to do several thousand annually to sell. I take a large ice chest to work every shift and spent my evenings prepping heads while sitting in the engine room. Fortunately, most guys on my department hunt so its become a "cool" thing to see and score the deer, and make be gross guys while I do it. I'm on here a lot now because I find great little nuggets of advice and I want to share some of the tricks I've learned. Now I I could only figure out to post pictures I could share more.