Was in the process of cleaning the lower mandibles on a cow elk. The skull and jaws were cleaned up using the Maceration method. When I took them out there was still some gunk and goo in the lower jaws. From the research on this forum and before degreasing, I used a metal hook to help clean out the gunk in lower jaws. My question, if I left the lower jaws in the bucket, would more of the gunk been dissolved by Maceration? Seems I pulled out a lot of soft goo similar to graves wax. Other question, is there an easier way to clean out those lower jaw channels then metal rod and hook? Air compresser did not work because all the different areas the air escapes and all the gunk was pretty solid in the jaw. Thanks for any info.