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Totally P!$$&), Mckenzie Hide Paste

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by jigginjim, Feb 22, 2019.

  1. jigginjim

    jigginjim Active Member

    I had heard from so many about how great it was for earliners, so I tired. After doing all the work, the ears looked like crap. Drumming, slipping all over. I ripped the ears apart and went back to magic smooth. I learned from others over the past few years about punching small holes in the liners to aid in the glue holding ears even better. Had always worked great, never a issue. Thought I may save a bit? Using the hide paste in side the ears. Wrong! Guys it sucked wind big time. What a mess. Any others have a thought.
     
  2. Mike Powell

    Mike Powell Well-Known Member

    Personally, I would never use hide paste with ear liners. Iwould use a 5 minute 2 part epoxy.
     

  3. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

    Never had a problem with buckeye supreme ; or now Pro-1 on ear liners .
     
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  4. Jim McNamara

    Jim McNamara Well-Known Member

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    Pro1 and a prepped ear liner works every time.
     
  5. Trophy Specialist

    Trophy Specialist Active Member

    Second this. I want those ears locked in while I'm mounting them, not sliding around with paste.
     
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  6. Bondo
     
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  7. tem

    tem Well-Known Member

    X2
     
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  8. Swtchmob21

    Swtchmob21 Active Member

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    Pro-1 with ear liners or bondo that's it
     
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  9. 10PTBUCK

    10PTBUCK Member

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    pro 1 and no worries with drumming
     
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  10. AZ~Rich

    AZ~Rich " Africa" never fails to satisfy

    I agree Pro-1 has been trouble free for me with liners correctly sized. Just personal preference but I desire having the option to tweak things throughout the drying process.
     
  11. Kerby Ross

    Kerby Ross KSU - Class of '83; U.S. Army - Infantry (83-92)

    Remove the cartilage, ear liners ... with Pro-1 hide paste.

    :)

    Kerby...
     
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  12. Western Wildlife Art Studio

    Western Wildlife Art Studio STUDIO PHONE (406) 356-2100

    Pro 1 only and yes prep the ears PROPERLY is the key !
     
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  13. tomdes

    tomdes Me my dear and Fall BAZZ!!!

    PRO-1 sometimes, but mostly Ear-Magic 5 minute epoxy, it's tough to beat.
     
  14. Heath Cline

    Heath Cline Active Member

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    Correct fit is the biggest thing.
    I have used Buckeye Supreme , Bryans Supreme, Pro 1 and SW 555. I have no issues with any of these glues.
     
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  15. BrookeSFD16

    BrookeSFD16 Well-Known Member

    Try Stick it from James Supply.
     
  16. Bill Dishman

    Bill Dishman Well-Known Member

    I've always used epo grip and like the results.
     
  17. Trophy Specialist

    Trophy Specialist Active Member

    I guess I just don't understand the desire to use a glue on the ears that dries slowly. I can't see making adjustments to the ears other than the butts and position which can still be done when epoxies are used. If you are having to make adjustments to the ear itself through the drying process, then that is likely because the glue is allowing the skin to move around. When I mount a deer I want to minimize the baby sitting process during the drying process. My adjustments are usually limited to minor stuff on the nose and eyes for a day or two and that's it. I rarely touch the ears.
     
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