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Blood On White Feathers

Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by turkeyshooter, Jan 13, 2022.

  1. turkeyshooter

    turkeyshooter Member

    First I have researched this forum and only thing I found was " Just wash in dawn , peroxide works. I have soaked a white turkey in dawn ultra for over an hour. Rubbed it in pretty good first. Yes cold water. Just checked it. Little improvement. The bird was brought to me frozen with blood on body and wings in numerous areas. Any other advice. No I haven't tried the peroxide yet. Trying the soak first.
  2. magicmick

    magicmick magicmick

    don't know if you can buy this in the USA endorsed by plant ark orange power pre wash stain remover,
    removes blood,oil,wine,grease ect

  3. BrookeSFD16

    BrookeSFD16 Well-Known Member

    Whinks will remove stains. Also if it is blood add some peroxide to your wash.
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  4. I have used Whinks for get blood out of white feathers before and it worked for me.

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  5. dar.k

    dar.k Member

    Feather white from matuska gets blood out
  6. Leonard "Tazman" Qualls

    Leonard "Tazman" Qualls Active Member

    Rub it with tide powder soap and cold water, rinse, and repeat. Also agree with the others...Whinks removes tough stains. Especially mineral burn from the hard water they feed in.