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Discussion in 'Skulls and Skeletons' started by phillytom, Apr 19, 2020.
Sorry to sound like an elitist. If you’ve been burnt by someone who sounds like a professional but is learning on your heads, you might want to do business with people who can back up their words. I don’t want to offend; it’s not productive. I’d like to learn from my choices.
I saw no evidence in that video that indicated that that "professional" used acetone to degrease. The only degreasing he did was boiling a mixture of peroxide and dawn in water. He even pointed out grease in the bone that he was finished with. He even said that the appearance will even out in a few weeks and we all know that the grease is not going away on its own. Wonder what his bear and hogs in particular look like a year or two down the road?
Good example of the conflicting info that the OP and others find when trying to learn.
I have had folks bring their yellow sticky skulls to me to make them look like the ones I clean. I say sorry, no way will I even try.
Sure, everyone wants the cheap and in a hurry but that does not mean that they will be happy with them down the road.