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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by coryhammett, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. coryhammett

    coryhammett New Member

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    Anyone have any suggestions on a product to clean some deer mounts that have recently been in a house fire?
     

  2. double barrel

    double barrel New Member

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    Are you trying to say seabreeze??? Spray on. I don't know if it will help, sorry. George might know.
     
  3. 3bears

    3bears Well-Known Member

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    I would start by blowing them off with air and then a shampoo and blow dry. Do not let the skin stay wet. I wouldn't use anything too harsh until this method proves not to work.
     
  4. huntnut78

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    Seybrite is what you meant. Haven't used on any mounts from a house fire, but did use it on a dingy antelope mount and it worked pretty well.
     
  5. coryhammett

    coryhammett New Member

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    Thanks guys. Subtitle is what I was gonna try but wanted to ask if anyone knew of anything else to use
     
  6. Leo Moore

    Leo Moore New Member

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    Once cleaned there may still be an odor. You can look for a restoration company that deals with smoke and odor removal and find someone with an ozone or hydroxyl room. If your in the Eugene, Or area hit me up. I can help. Good luck.


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