Sea Wolf and other experts, I need your help. Backstory: My friend called me after a fox was attacking a weak fawn. The fawn died soon after. It's hair was already slipping before it died--must have been really sick, maybe dehydrated? I searched this forum extensively and read all the top posts on maceration, skull and skeleton prep. I still have some questions. I removed the skin and much of the meat from the skeleton. I sealed the bones into a 5-gal plastic bucket with 1 quart of 10% ammonia mixed in at room temp. I know a higher concentration of Ammonia would work faster. Questions 1) How long should I let the bone sit before checking? 2) Can I put them back into the same solution after scrubbing them if I still smell Ammonia? (It's kinda amazing how well those Home Depot buckets seal. The bucket is inside the house and I cannot smell one ppm of ammonia when I put my nose right to it.) 3) How much Dawn should I put into 5 gallons of water to for the grease-removal bath. (I plan to keep Ammonia and Dawn baths separate despite much debate on the topic.) 4) Should I heat the water with Dawn? If yes, how hot? 5) I will drill holes into the leg bones to aid with marrow and grease removal. Do I need to do this to the ribs or other bones too? 6) Once everything looks clean, I will let it dry and soak in 12% hydrogen peroxide, then set the bones in the sun to dry for a few days before starting the puzzle. Am I missing anything?