European mounts

Discussion in 'Taxidermy' started by BIG DOG, Mar 26, 2018.

  1. BIG DOG

    BIG DOG Well-Known Member

    How do you keep them from turning yellow over time?

    They are in a smoke free home
    But some are still starting to turn yellow after 5-6 years

    Thanks in advance
  2. Buckhunter99

    Buckhunter99 Well-Known Member

    What do you use to make them white in the first place? I have some that I have done back in 2003 and they are still white without any yellow color in it. I do all of mine by myself. When I boil them I use dish soap and then after they are picked clean I use a mixture of peroxide and water. I believe it is 2 parts water to 1 part peroxide. None of mine have turned yellow.

    I heard if people use bleach to make them white they will turn yellow but idk for sure.
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  3. Onetrakd

    Onetrakd Well-Known Member

    They yellow from not being degreased probably. I boil them after picked clean in dawn let them dry then use the whitener power and peroxide paste never had a problem.
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  4. curdog1

    curdog1 Well-Known Member

    Just spray paint them every couple years
  5. BMCoats

    BMCoats Well-Known Member

    whatever "GotPork" does!!!!
  6. BIG DOG

    BIG DOG Well-Known Member

    I paid some one.
    So honestly dont knowthey used.
    I would have thought peroxide idk?
  7. Onetrakd

    Onetrakd Well-Known Member

    Big Dog it’s not hard some good videos on YouTube or pm me and I can give you some insight on what I know but you must not have a weak stomach.....
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  8. BIG DOG

    BIG DOG Well-Known Member

    I've watched several of them, I'd almost just assume paying someone lol
  9. ARTom81

    ARTom81 Well-Known Member

    They didn’t degrease them.
    You can put them in hot water with dawn. Dont boil just get it real hot. Let it sit in there for 30 or so minutes. I’ll get mine just to a boil and cut the gas off and put the skull in.