Let’s face it, taking a deer to a taxidermist to get a shoulder mount is not cheap. Several hundred dollars will come out of your pocket for the finished mount.
With thatkind of money on the line, you want to be able to proudly display your deer for years to come.
But, through the years, time takes a toll on even the best taxidermy work.
Field & Streams Greg Staggs has some useful information that will help keep your mount looking new.
Bring the shine back to a mount that has lost its luster by applying Laser Sheen equine hair polish, available at feed stores. To maintain a sheen, lightly spray your mount occasionally with Skin So Soft Bath Oil, which you can find at drugstores. With either product, use a soft-bristled brush, and stroke with the grain of the hair, never against. [CONTINUED]
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