Re: DIY Euro mount tips
I didn't see those other posts but I can say I started pressure washing mine first and it made the process a whole lot easier. I cut off every thing I could including the eyes and then take my knife and score all of the remaining skin and meat that's left on the skull. I then take the pressure washer and go to town. About 30-60 minutes of washing, picking and scoring some more and the skull is nearly clean. The brains come out no problem either with the pressure washer. I like this method as when I boil the skulls I find that a lot of the stuff cooks onto the bone and you really have to pick and pry to get it off.
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