To make a long story short, I found a nice set of antlers yesterday. How do I best clean some leaf stains from the antlers and clean the skull? I googled it, but what I found wasn't much help. Any ideas? Thanks.
There's no meat on the skull. Parts of the antlers are bleached, part are darker from being under leaves. I'll test the peroxide. Sounds like it would do the job. I tried warm soap and water on the antlers, but maybe not enough elbow grease yet. Thanks for the help. I think it's about a 130 class buck. The sad ironic part is that it's a deer I shot last year with a bow and didn't find after looking for over 11 hours and lots of up and down the mountain. I saw bones scattered and there was the rack half exposed probably 100 yards or so from where we stopped looking. Pure dumb luck to find it a year later. Except for two little chew marks, it's in great shape. On the plus side, no taxidermy bill!
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