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Did you boil the skull or

Did you boil the skull or send it out for a beatle job?  Or even the good old back yard ant job? 

It does look good.  Thumbs up

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I boiled it my self, it takes awhile but worth it when your done. the creepy part is I enjoyed doing it!

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I have boiled out a couple of

I have boiled out a couple of them myself, but I have also had some beatle work done also witch is nice.  The biggest problem that I have seen with boiling is that over time the skull will start to yellow now matter how much peroxide paste/bleach you put on it.

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Ya yellowing can be a problem, I know a guy that owns a autobody shop and he paints his flat white they look good, I just seen one the other day that was chromed now that’s cool!

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Here is a picture of a

Here is a picture of a Javelina skull that I had Skulls Unlimited do.  It is over 10 years old and is just as white as the day that I got it back from them.  I might have to check and see just what else they do besides letting the beatles suck the oils out of them. 

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