My degreaser is basically a large tub with a water heating element in it. I strategically fit my skulls in there in a way to get as many in as I can at a time. In doing this, some antlers are submerged more than others. I’ve noticed that some of the antlers will absorb this greasy concoction and STINK! It’s typically in the area of the beam where the G2 comes off or if there is some type of antler abnormality such as a “hole in the horn.” Anyway, I try to avoid submerging these types of vulnerable spots, but I always seem to get several each year that absorb the greasy water. My question is, are there any solutions to correcting this afterwards? I’ve found that drying for a period of time will help with the stink but not totally eliminate it. I just hate giving skulls back to people where I can still smell some of that stench.